FIRST TIME TRANSFER STUDENTS
Each applicant must submit:
1. An application for admission
2. An official transcript from each college where course work was attempted.
Students are required to indicate the date of their graduation from high school, or the date of completion of the GED exam, on their admission application.
A cumulative grade point average of 2.0 and above on a 4.0 scale is required for automatic admission. An applicant who does not meet the minimum requirements is individually considered by the Admissions Committee, which may request information from the applicant and/or re-view additional information submitted by the applicant.
The Admissions Committee may then:
1. Grant admission as a regular student; or
2. Grant admission on a conditional basis, limiting the student to 13 hours; or
3. Deny admission.
The Vice President for Enrollment Management (VPEM) will notify the applicant in writing of her/his admission status. If the applicant is denied admission, this letter will provide the applicant with the reasons for denial and steps to be followed if s/he wishes to re-apply to the University. An applicant who has been denied admission may appeal the decision in writing to the VPEM, who will forward the appeal to the Admissions Committee at the next scheduled meeting.