An entering freshman (first-time full or part-time) is admitted unconditionally if he/she:
- Has completed the college prep curriculum with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.00 on a 4.00 grading scale
- Has taken the required test, ACT preferred; SAT; ASSET accepted).
Entering freshmen not meeting the above criteria are admitted to the University conditionally. This includes students receiving a GED or graduating from a home schooling program after May 1, 1997.
The transcripts of students graduating from out-of-state high schools and private schools will be evaluated to determine whether they will be admitted conditionally or unconditionally.
- The Office of Admissions and Academic Records will notify applicants of their admission status to the University.
- Students who do not have a score of 19 or better on the ACT sub tests will be assigned to developmental courses as necessary.
- Basic Academic Services will evaluate transcripts of students to determine if they have successfully completed a minimum of twelve (12) core credit hours and necessary developmental courses with a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher prior to completing 30 semester credit hours (sophomore classification).
- Students failing to successfully meet these requirements with a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher will be placed on jeopardy or probation or recommended for academic suspension as outlined in the university catalogue.