Home School Student Admissions
Home-schooled students are encouraged to apply for admission. The Admissions Office works with home-schooled students individually considering each situation as unique. Requirements are the same as other freshmen or transfer applicants. A record of grades from grades 9-12 must be submitted in the form of a transcript*, or GED certification. An ACT or SAT score is also required.
*If using curriculum that provides a high school transcript, it must show graduation date and final GPA.
Home-schooled students under the age of 17 who do not have a high school diploma from an accredited high school or organization, and do not have a GED, may be admitted under a “non-degree seeking” status. By law, these students are not eligible for state or federal financial aid until they reach the age of 17, but may be eligible for institutional aid. At age 17, these students will be changed to “regular-degree seeking” status, at which time they may be eligible for state and federal financial aid.
ACT or SAT score requirements
19 minimum (composite)
1350 minimum (composite)
High school credit requirements:
4 English credits
2 out of 3 math credits
2 out of 3 social studies credits
7 elective credits
Not required, but recommended to have one year of foreign language credit