Undergraduate Admission Requirements

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Undergraduate Admission Requirements

 

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:

-Application

 

-Official Transcripts from all colleges and universities attended

 

-High School Attestation Form

 

-High School Transcript (if freshman)

-Official SAT/ACT scores (if freshman)

FRESHMEN (High School graduate with no college experience):

1. Board of Regents' Core: 19 units (list attached)

2. Minimum overall high school GPA: 2.0 (weighted average on 4.0 scale)

3. Minimum ACT sub score: English ≥18  or Math ≥19*  or

4. Minimum SAT sub score: Critical Reading ≥450 or Math ≥460-470

*The student cannot need more than one development/remedial course

*And ONE of the following

GPA on the high school Core: 2.0 (weighted averaged on 4.0 scale)

Or ACT Composite Score : 20

-Complete and electronic Attestation Form attesting to high school graduation
-Computer with internet access

*NOTE: Graduates from Louisiana high schools: Transcript will be requested from Louisiana Department of Education on behalf of student by SUBR. All other state high school graduates must provide an official high school transcript.

 

HOME SCHOOLED:

-ACT Composite: 23 or equivalent SAT 1060 (Critical Reading and Math score combined)

-Home school certificate from State Department of Education

-Computer with internet access

 

ADULT LEARNER ≤25: No college/ post-secondary experience

-Meet SUBR freshman admissions standards in place at time of graduation from high school

-Complete an electronic Attestation Form attesting to high school graduation

-Computer with internet access

 

ADULT LEARNER ≤25:18+ college credits will be considered a transfer applicant

ADULT LEARNER ≥25: No college/ Post-secondary experience

-Possess a General Education Development (GED) certificate

-Complete an electronic Attestation Form attesting to high school graduation

-Computer with internet access.


 

 

 

 

 

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