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Alternative Home School Admissions Requirements

 

Summary of Admission Requirements for
Home School Students NOT Graduating from a State or Regionally Recognized Accredited High School or
Home School Program*

*Based on best available information at time of posting. PLEASE READ: The information below is a summary only . Please check with the individual school you are interested in to confirm this information. If you complete a state or regionally recognized accredited high school or home school program you are most likely eligible to apply under general admissions requirements which can be viewed at:
  http://www.adventistcolleges.org/admissions-requirements .
Adventist University of Health Sciences
  1. Final official high school transcript GPA minimum 2.5 (notarized if parent was instructor); AND
  2. ONE of the following items:
    • GPA minimum 2.5 on at least 12 hours of college-level academic work from a regionally accredited college;
    • 2002-2013 GED minimum 2500 (410 each section) or equivalent score on other GED test versions;
    • SAT minimum 910 (critical reading and math combined);
    • ACT minimum composite 19

Web: http://catalog.adu.edu

Andrews University
  1. ONEof the following test scores:
    • ACT minimum (50th percentile composite, currently 20);
    • SAT minimum (50th percentile composite, currently 970 for critical reading and math combined); AND
  2. Two recommendations from non-relatives; AND
  3. ONEof the following:
    • Detailed homeschool transcript with cumulative GPA minimum 2.50 signed by individual who directed the program;
    • 2014-GED minimum 694 or equivalent score on other GED test versions. Two sections should at least have a score of 170 each and the other two should each have a score of 177 or more.

Web: http://www.andrews.edu/homeschool

Burman University (formerly Canadian University College)
  1. Transcript with details of a completed high school program of study evaluated on a case-by-case basis; OR
  2. ONEof the following:
    • 2014-GED minimum 150 for each section or equivalent score on other GED test versions;
    • ACT minimum 22 (composite);
    • SAT minimum 1600 (2400 scale)

Web: http://www.burmanu.ca/prospective/apply-us

Kettering College
  1. ONEof the following:
    • 2002-2013 GED minimum 460 average each section or equivalent score on other GED test versions;
    • Transcript from parents/home school with GPA minimum 2.3; AND
  2. ONEof the following test scores:
    • ACT minimum 19 (composite);
    • SAT minimum 1350 (combined)

Web: http://kc.edu/academic-bulletin-2012---applicant-file

La Sierra University
  1. ONEof the following:
    • 2002-2013-GED minimum 2250 (average 450 on each section, no section below 410) or equivalent score on other GED test versions;
    • Passing scores on HiSET, TASC, or CHSPE; AND
  2. ONE of the following test scores:
    • ACT minimum 17 (composite);
    • SAT minimum 800 (critical reading and math)

Web: http://lasierra.edu/admissions/

Loma Linda University

Loma Linda University only accepts students who have completed pre-requisite college course credits elsewhere. For more information, visit explore.llu.edu .

Oakwood University
  1. GED minimum passing score in student’s state of residence; AND
  2. Character reference (non-relative); AND
  3. ONEof the following test scores:
    • ACT minimum 17 (composite);
    • SAT minimum 840 (critical reading and math combined)

Web: http://www.oakwood.edu/admissions/admission-standards

Pacific Union College
  1. 2014-GED minimum 165 for each individual test, average score of 177 for all 4 test or equivalent score on other GED test versions; AND
  2. Home school transcript of courses and dates showing fulfillment of complete minimum courses, signed and dated including high school completion date; AND
  3. ONEof the following test scores:
    • ACT (used for placement);
    • SAT (used for placement)

Web: http://www.puc.edu/admissions-process

Southern Adventist University
  1. 2014-GED minimum 170 on each of the 4 area or equivalent score on other GED test versions; AND
  2. ALLthe following home schooling documents:
    • Academic portfolio documenting academic experience;
    • Transcript of all high school work signed and dated by parent;
    • Personal statement describing value of homeschool experience; AND
  3. ONEof the following test scores:
    • ACT minimum 18 (composite);
    • SAT minimum 1290

Web: http://www1.southern.edu/undergrad/homeschool-admissions.php

Southwestern Adventist University
  1. ONEof the following:
    • 2014-GED minimum 150 on each of the 4 areas for CORE enrichment admissionor equivalent score on other GED test versions or equivalent score on other GED test versions;
    • 2014-GED minimum 170 on each area for regular admission or equivalent score on other GED test versions; AND
  2. ONEof the following test scores:
    • ACT minimum 17 (composite);
    • SAT minimum 830 (math and critical reading)

Web: http://www.swau.edu/enrollment/admissions/requirements/freshmen/

Union College
  1. 2002-2013-GED minimum 2500 (450 minimum on each test) or equivalent score on other GED test versions; AND
  2. ONEof the following test scores:
    • ACT minimum 18 (composite);
    • SAT minimum 1290

Web: https://www.ucollege.edu/admissions/admissions-policy

Walla Walla University
  1. 2014-GED minimum 640 (150 each section) or equivalent score on other GED test versions;
  2. ONEof the following test scores:
    • ACT (used for placement);
    • SAT (used for placement)

Web: https://apply.wallawalla.edu/info/undergrad/requirements-freshmen

Washington Adventist University
  1. 2014-GED minimum 150 on each section or equivalent score on other GED test versions; AND
  2. ONEof the following test scores:
    • ACT minimum 17 (verbal section)
    • SAT minimum 470 (verbal section)
    • SAT minimum 800 (composite: verbal and math)

Web: http://www.wau.edu/academics/acade-bulle

Note: Griggs University and International Academy has a secondary education program and will work with homeschool students, who take a minimum of their last three high school courses through Griggs, to develop and grant a high school diploma. Contact Griggs at 800-782-4769 or www.griggs.edu .