College Admissions Process

All colleges and universities have different admissions processes and requirements. Below are a few general items that should assist you with the process. For exact information on the admission requirements please visit the website for the respective college or university for which you are applying. Admission is granted to all applicants who meet college or university admission requirements.

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  •  If you need help, ask your high school counselor or principal for assistance.

  • After completing the online application, do not forget to print out the application agreement statement.

  • Ask your counselor or principal to send an official transcript of all of your high school work to the Office of Recruitment and Admissions. This should be done before the completion of your senior year in high school. Upon graduation, your counselor should submit your final high school transcript with the date of graduation.

  • If you have not previously taken the College Board exam, we suggest that you take the SAT or the American College Test (ACT). Be sure that you request that a copy of your scores be sent to the Office of Recruitment and Admissions and remember to register for the test well in advance of the test date.

  • Before beginning your FAFSA, register for your PIN and your parent's PIN at www.pin.ed.gov. Your PIN will be e-mailed to you within 1-to-5 days if you provide a valid e-mail address.

  • A certification of immunization and pre-entrance medical examination report is sometimes required for students prior to enrollment. The Office of Recruitment and Admissions can provide the forms and the signature of a health official and/or physician that is required on these form.

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