The decision to offer admission acceptance is based on a number of factors. These include the quality of an applicant’s grades, types of courses taken and their rigor, SAT scores, class rank if available, letters of recommendation, scope and depth of extracurricular and or community involvement, quality of the admission essay, and in some cases the particular field of intended study.
In determining admission the greatest weight is given to a students’ quality of grades. SAT scores have less weight in comparison to grades. Students who are EOF grant eligible, and their grades and other credentials are strong, but the SAT scores do not meet our minimum requirements, can be admitted to our EOF Program. Note: Interviews are sometimes a part of our admissions process.
The admission of transfer applicants is based on meeting minimum academic eligibility requirements. These include an overall GPA and credits earned that must be evident at the time of making application. Spaces are limited and the state EOF grant is awarded based upon the availability of funds.