Application Procedures

Forms to Download (PDF Format):

Application Deadlines:

December 1 for Spring Semester 
Classes begin in January

July 15 for Fall Semester 
Classes begin in August

First-Year Students

Students who have not previously enrolled in college classes are classified as first-year students. You may apply for admission any time after your junior year of high school.

Application Materials:

  • Application for Admission (Apply Online)
  • Guidance Counselor Report Form
  • Official high school transcript ACT/SAT Scores (either test is accepted however, ACT is preferred)
  • Official college transcript ( required for students with post secondary credit)

Admission Requirements:

  • Preferred minimum grade point average = 2.5/4.0 scale
  • Preferred minimum ACT composite = 18/SAT combined score = 870
  • Preferred curriculum = college prep

NOTE: Requirements are “preferred” since students with credentials below the minimum may be admitted to the College. The Office of Admission reviews each file individually and considers additional components such as the type of high school attended, extracurricular activities and letters of recommendation. There may be times that we may require additional information to support your admission file. Additional information may include ACT/SAT scores, seventh semester grades, academic letters of recommendation an additional visit to campus or a written personal statement from the applicant. (Download the Personal Statement Form)

Transfer Students

Students who have taken at least one traditional college course are considered transfer students.

Application Materials:

  • Application for Admission (Apply Online)
  • Transfer Recommendation Form
  • Official high school transcript or official GED scores from the State Board of Education (unless you have been out of high school for more than 5 years or you have obtained an associates or bachelors degree).


ACT/SAT Scores (unless you have been out of high school for more than 5 years or you have obtained an associates or bachelors degree).

Official college transcripts from each college attended. If you were registered for classes but never attended or withdrew before the term ended, we will still need an official transcript from the institution showing that you withdrew from those classes.

NOTE: students who have obtained an associates or a bachelors degree may only submit the application for admission and an official college transcript from the institution from the where the degree was earned.

Admission Requirements:
Transfer students with at least 12 semester hours of credit should have a minimum college grade point average = 2.0 and be in good academic standing.

Transfer students who do not have 12 semester hours of credit should refer to the requirements above for first-year students.