First-Year Admission Requirements
All applicants are reviewed for admission based on his/her academic course levels, grades and standardized test scores (if submitted).
Required 17 College Prep Units
|Subject||Number of Courses|
|Mathematics||4 courses (Algebra I and II and Geometry or Trigonometry, or comparable coursework) including mathematics during senior year of high school|
|Science||3 courses (each with laboratory)|
|Foreign Language||2 courses (in a single language)|
|Social Science||2 courses (including 1 course in U.S. history)|
|Electives||2 courses (from the above subjects or the arts, humanities or computer science)|
Some applicants may be able to select "test optional" when completing his/her application. Learn how to select test optional and the requirements. Please note that nursing applicants must submit test scores.
When test scores are submitted, we use a sliding scale based on a minimum grade-point average (on a 4.0 scale) and a corresponding SAT or ACT score. If your grade-point average is 3.0 or higher and you have an SAT score above 990 (19 on the ACT), you will receive the highest consideration.
For students with a GPA below 3.0, this sliding scale will apply:
(evidence-based reading and writing, and mathematics)
|2.51 - 2.99||990||19|
|2.41 - 2.50||1030||20|
|2.31 - 2.40||1070||21|
|2.21 - 2.30||1110||22|
|2.11 - 2.20||1140||23|
|2.00 - 2.10||1180||24|
Please note that these are minimum admissions standards and do not guarantee admission. Some of our majors are highly competitive and require higher academic standards and early application submission. Information on this website is subject to change at any time.
In response to the circumstances associated with COVID-19 we have adopted a test-optional policy for first year, Fall 2021 Nursing applicants. If you choose to submit scores they must be sent directly from the testing agency.