Transfer applicants with fewer than 45 credits completed at another college or university following high school graduation are required to also submit copies of their high school transcripts with their applications for admission. While teacher recommendations and/or ACT or SAT scores are not normally required, the Dean of Admissions may decide to delay an admissions decision to request these items following an initial application review.
Those with gaps or interruptions in their academic record are required to provide a statement explaining their activities since last attending school.
Bilingual students should note that the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is required of applicants for whom English is a second language. This can only be waived for applicants who 1) have spent or will have spent all four years in non-ESL coursework at an American high school that has English as its primary language, or 2) have SAT critical reading and writing scores of 450+, or an ACT English subscore of 22+. It is the prerogative of the Dean of Admissions to require TOEFL scores of bilingual applicants after an initial review of your application, regardless of having indicated that English is your first language.
Applicants may submit one of the following:
Transcripts from a U.S. high school or an American school abroad with four years of English (no ESL) might be considered for proof of English proficiency on a case-by-case basis.