Each freshman applicant is reviewed on an individual basis and is evaluated on the following areas from his/her high school transcript:
- four years of English
- three to four years of laboratory science
- three years of social studies
- three to four years of mathematics
The Admission Committee also considers:
- SAT and/or ACT composite scores
- academic achievement (grade point average, class rank, coursework)
- extra-curricular involvement
- recommendations from counselors
Admission in good standing is granted to students who rank in the upper 50 percent of their high school class. Indiana students must also complete Core 40 requirements. The university prefers students have a 2.5 cumulative grade point average and a minimum composite SAT score of 1230 or a minimum composite ACT score of a 17 for admission.
Transcripts recording any course work completed while in high school that could be consider for college credit including university level/dual credit courses, Advanced Placement (AP), College Level Examination Program (CLEP), or International Baccalaureate (IB), should be submitted with the Application for Undergraduate Admission.
Obtaining Credit for Prior Educational Experience
Department Examination and Advanced Placement
The Honors Program offers enhanced opportunities for students who show outstanding academic promise.