Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014
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Students seeking admission to Walsh University are required to submit the following to the Office of Admission:
Application for admission can be made after six semesters of high school work. Upon receipt of the required documents, the application materials are reviewed and an admissions decision is made. Under the rolling admission policy, the student will be notified of this decision within 10 days.
Each student’s application for admission is reviewed individually to assess the student’s ability to meet the rigors of the University’s curriculum. A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.3 and an ACT composite score of 18 or SAT (critical reading + math) score of 870 must be attained to be considered for admission, but does not guarantee a favorable admission decision. The composition of the high school classes, grades achieved in the college preparatory classes, and the standardized test scores all are taken into consideration before an admission decision is rendered.
Recommended high school preparation for admission to Walsh University should include the following units: 4 English, 3 Mathematics, 3 Sciences, 3 Social Studies, 2 Foreign Language, 1 Fine or Performing Art.
The State Equivalency Certificate, based on the General Educational Development Tests (GED), is accepted in lieu of a regular high school diploma. A minimum total GED score of 250 is required to be considered for admission.
The University is more interested in an applicant’s potential to succeed than in any prescribed pattern of courses. Should an applicant’s preparation differ from the requirements stated above, the Enrollment Management Committee will convene to review and make an admission decision based on each individual’s performance and potential to succeed.
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