Application & Admission Process
Due to the rigorous course requirements, students will not be considered for the three year program unless they have earned a 3.0 G.P.A. in their high school coursework and have achieved a 26 composite on their ACT (or 1170 on the SAT)
To be accepted into the three year program students must:
1. Complete and submit a general application for admission;
2. Submit high school transcripts and test scores;
3. Be accepted to the College;
4. Complete and submit the following three year degree application and materials.
The priority application deadline for the program is March 1, and the final application deadline is May 1. Students will be notified beginning March 15 of their acceptance. Students who desire to enter the program are required to submit a registration deposit no later than May 1 or within two weeks of acceptance, whichever is later.
Due to curriculum and external program requirements, not all majors are available in the accelerated format. Majors that have fewer credit hours and pre-requisites are generally more amenable to the three year option, thus the Education and Nursing majors are not available in this format.