Math Department

Early Admission/Transition to College Program

The following information is taken from the online catalog at

Early Admission/Transition to College Program

This program permits selected secondary school seniors to enroll in a maximum of two courses a semester ( six hours a week) while completing their secondary school curriculum.  Students earn college credit and are graded upon  course(s).  The university considers applications from students who have three years of secondary school preparation.  A “B” average in all college preparatory course and a rank-in-class in the top 30th percentile are the minimum academic requirements.  Standardized test results are necessary and should be well above the national average.  Motivation and maturity should be clearly evident.  Consent of the guidance Counselor and legal guardians is necessary as well as an interview with a member of the admissions board.

Admission requirements for this program:

At least junior standing (11th grade) in HS with a ranking in the top 1/2 class Letter of recommendation from guidance counselor College Prep course load Test scores of at least 1080 on the SAT or 22 on the ACT Interview with Director of Admissions