If you are a high school senior, you MUST ask your principal or counselor to forward your transcript with this application.
The Higher Education Policy Commission requires all first-time freshmen to submit the American College Test (ACT), or SAT Reasoning Test scores except applicants who graduated from high school more than five years ago. Applicants who graduated from high school more than five years ago and who lack test scores must pass special placement exams or required developmental English and mathematics courses before they can enroll in required courses in English composition and mathematics.)
ACT or SAT test scores are used in placing students in English and mathematics courses, for scholarship and loan applications, for academic counseling, and in part to meet NCAA athletic eligibility requirements. High school students should take either test by the end of the first semester of their senior year at the nearest test center. High school principals or counselors will have the necessary information and applications.
Applicants can provide an immunization record signed by a physician or an official copy of the permanent high school health record including a report of the required immunizations.
Students must provide proof of immunization before or during the first semester of enrollment or they will not be permitted to enroll in subsequent terms. Exemptions may be granted for religious or medical reasons. Requests for exemptions should be made to the Office of Admissions. Students born prior to January 1, 1957 are exempt.
State law provides that a male person who has attained the age of eighteen (18) years may not enroll in a state-supported institution of postsecondary education unless he is in compliance with the Military Selective Service Act (50 U.S. Code, Appendix 451, et. eq. and the amendments thereto).
Also, a male person may not receive a loan, grant, scholarship, or other financial assistance for postsecondary higher education funded by state revenue, including federal funds or gifts and grants accepted by this state, or receive a student loan guaranteed by the state unless he is in compliance with the Military Selective Service Act.