List your high school information and request official transcripts to be sent directly to the Admissions Office. Current high school students should have a transcript sent now and another after graduation is noted on the transcript. All transcripts must be official and sent via mail or through an electronic transcript exchange. Faxed transcripts will not be accepted. ACT/SAT scores may be included with your high school transcript.
For those who have completed a high school equivalency exam, complete the following information. If we can access your transcript online, we will do so. If not, you will need to request an official transcript be sent directly to the Admissions Office.
List EVERY college, university, and vocational postsecondary school you have attended. You must request official transcripts from every school to be sent directly to the Admissions Office. Students currently enrolled at another school should ask the school to send a transcript now and one after current courses are completed. All transcripts must be official and sent via mail or through an approved electronic transcript exchange. Faxed transcripts will not be accepted.Failure to list a college or university and provide official transcripts may void your admission or prohibit you from receiving financial aid.
***Misrepresentation or omission of any criminal offense that appears on your criminal background check may void your admission.
Answers to the following questions will not be provided to those making an admission decision. They are not used in deciding admission and will not be released except as group statistics for federal, state, and other reports. Questions regarding gender, race, and marriage status are important in determining the effectiveness of efforts related to the provision of equal education opportunity.
NOTE: The application fee for each program applied for is $50.