First-year Undergraduate Admissions

Who is considered a First-year student?

You can apply as an on-campus First-year undergraduate student if you:  

  • Plan to study for a bachelor’s degree or certificate program,

  • Have a high school diploma or GED or

  • High school dual enrollment (College Credit Plus)

Note: If you are a First-year International Student you must submit the Undergraduate (campus) Application for International Students. 

Undergraduate (campus) Application. 

Admissions requirements

Here’s what you need to apply as a first-year undergraduate: 

  • A high school diploma or GED 

  • A GPA of at least 2.2. 

Want to apply for scholarship funding?  

You may need to submit an ACT or SAT test score with a minimum ACT Score of 18 or SAT equivalent for various academic programs. 

How to apply?

Submitting Your Documents

Start getting your documents together. You’ll need to submit all documents by the August 1 deadline.  

We’ll ask you to submit these documents: 

  • High school transcript  

  • Test scores (optional) 

Where to submit your documents?

Once you receive your transcript from your high school and have gathered any other documents, you can submit them by email or through the online platforms that allow you to transmit them securely. Use one of these methods to submit your documents:  

Email Admissions 

Submit through Parchment 

Submit through National Student Clearinghouse

Email your Recruitment Specialist 

Email your Admissions Processor