You are a non-traditional student if you have been out of high school at least five years or your high school class graduated at least five years ago.
Provisional acceptance is based on the following criteria:
- Have been out of high school at least five years or high school class graduated at least five years ago.
- Hold a high school diploma from an accredited or approved high school as specified in the Board of Regents policy section 402.0101 or have satisfactorily completed the GED.
- Have earned fewer than 30 transferable semester credit hours and not attended college within the past 5 years (or in good standing at the last college attended if admitted as a non-traditional student).
As part of your application process, you will be required to take the COMPASS test, a computerized placement test that measures skills in math, reading, and English. Contact the Testing Office to schedule a time to take the test. The COMPASS must be completed prior to making a decision on your acceptance.
Meet your Admissions Team
Lisa Coetzee, Admissions Specialist