Undergraduate Admission requirements
Prior to actual admission, applicants should have graduated from, and completed 16 units in, an accredited secondary school. Secondary school study should consist of college preparatory work in the following areas:
- English (4 years)
- Mathematics (3 years)
- Natural sciences (2 years)
- Social sciences, including U.S. History (2 years)
In addition, at least two years of a modern foreign language are recommended. Students who present a State Equivalency Diploma will also be considered.
Accelerated Career Entry Program (ace):
Admission TO THE UNIVERSITY
- Receipt of your UG application for admission (April 15, 2014).
- An OVERALL cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher from all of your post secondary institutions attended.
- Application review and acceptance will begin in early June and continue on a "rolling basis" throughout the summer.
- Please note: That you will continue to receive reminders from the Admissions Office if you are currently enrolled at a college or university, completing your nursing pre-requsite courses. These reminders will discontinue once you are admitted to the University this summer.
Because of limited instructional personnel and facilities, the number of applicants accepted for admission may be limited, with preference given to those candidates who, in the judgment of university officials, present, through their academic and personal qualifications, the greatest potential for successful collegiate performance.
Information supplementing the application form may be sought from the guidance office of the candidate's secondary school.