Preparing for college is essential to be successful. Students interested in enrolling to obtain their college degree must be prepared for college level coursework. Requirements for first time undergraduate, degreed, and transfer students are as follows:
First time undergraduate students with a High School Diploma, GED, or High School Equivalency Diploma must complete and successfully pass the Readiness Assessment before enrolling into one of our degree programs. If the student candidate is unable to pass the assessment he/she must first complete the College Readiness program and retake the assessment before enrolling into a degree program. Students without a High School Diploma, GED, or High School Equivalency Diploma must complete our High School Equivalency program.
Completing and pass the Readiness Assessment before enrolling into one of our degree programs is optional for degreed students. Transfer students are required to complete and pass the Readiness Assessment if they have not completed a degree program and have been out of school for more than 12 months.
The Readiness Assessment is composed of 50 randomized questions. Students scoring 80% or higher can start Student Orientation. Students scoring less than 80% are required to complete College Readiness training and retake the readiness assessment before starting Student Orientation.
This program is designed to ensure that our students are well prepared and ready for the experience of college life and the social and academic responsibilities of earning a college degree.
High School Equivalency
This program is designed to ensure that our students earn a high school equivalency diploma prior to advancing onward to complete a college degree. In this program, students receive a general education.