Home Schooled/Non-Accredited High School Students
Applicants from non-accredited home schools or non-accredited high schools.
You must meet or exceed the average SAT-1 score (critical reading + math), or average ACT composite score of our preceding year’s entering freshman class. For example, if you were applying for either the Summer 2012, Fall 2012 or Spring 2013 Semester, you would have had to meet or exceed the average SAT I score of 1112 (critical reading + math) or ACT composite score of 25, with minimum SAT I scores of 480 critical reading and 440 math (or the ACT equivalent of 20 English and 18 Math).
If you take the SAT II, minimum scores are below:
|English Writing - 520
||English Literature - 530
||Mathmatics Level II - 500
|Mathematics Level I - 570
||American History & Social Studies - 560
||World History - 540
|Biology - 480
||Chemistry - 540
|| Physics - 590
- Submit an Application for Undergraduate Admission with $30 non-refundable application fee
- Submit your official SAT I or ACT score report
- Submit your Admissions Portfolio and/or other evidence of successfully completing the equivalent of the Georgia high school College-Preparatory Curriculum (CPC), as defined by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia (4 units of English; 4 units of mathematics, including Algebra I and II, Geometry, and a higher level mathematics course; 4 units of laboratory science (3 for students graduating prior to 2012), including one in life science and another in physical science; 3 units of social science, including one each in US and world history; and 2 units of the same foreign language).
- Submit acceptable scores from an approved high school summation examination (must be taken in the 12th Grade year) such as the Iowa Test of Educational Development, the California Achievement Test or the Stanford Achievement Test. (Note: If you have completed all SAT II Subject exams with passing scores, you are not required to provide a high school summation examination score sheet. Instead, have the College Board send a paper copy of your SAT II scores to Cadet Admissions.)
- Document showing lawful presence in the United States.
NOTE: If you took 30 hours or more of transferable college courses for credit, you must also meet our college (transfer) Cadet admission requirements.