These are the general requirements for applicants for admission. Visit each section of the school to learn about the program`s specific admission requirements. A bachelor`s degree is required to enroll in a master`s or graduate certificate program, and a master`s degree is required to enroll in a doctoral or graduate certificate program. Other requirements of this previous degree can be found in your program`s policies. You will need to provide the Registrar`s Office with an official transcript indicating the required graduation from an accredited institution, although an unofficial copy may be provided during the application process. If completion cannot be officially verified up to 2 days before the scheduled start date, you will need to postpone your start date. Visit the High School Course Requirements page for more detailed information. Experience the excitement of university life, take classes with world-renowned faculty, explore academic majors and embark on the path to success! Taking courses online or on campus during the summer allows high school students aged 15 and older to experience college life by taking classes alongside current students. Students have access to over 650 courses in various academic disciplines during the summer semester, so there`s no better time to launch your college experience! If you are moving, you must update your address in the PG Campus Student Portal within the first 30 days of the move to update your primary address. You will need to consult your program page in this catalogue to determine the applicable professional licensing requirements for your new primary address. Some programs designed to meet professional license requirements in one state may have different requirements in another.
Once you have visited your program page, contact your Student Advisor if you have any further questions. If your appeal is approved, the approval will specify the conditions of your declaration, including your status upon your return and the objectives of the study plan. If extenuating circumstances (e.g., family death, illness or injury, or other undue hardship) have affected your academic performance, you may be eligible to return to financial aid warning status (academic probation) or financial aid probation (final academic probation). If you have not yet started your financial aid warning period within the last semester of your last registration, you have the right to return the financial aid warning for one semester and continue the probation of financial aid if you need more time to meet academic standards and have met the progress goals set out in your nomination approval. If you have already started your financial aid warning period, go directly back to Financial Aid Probation. If you have not experienced extenuating circumstances, your appeal may still be approved if you have demonstrated that you have the academic potential to succeed upon your return, but you may only be eligible for a return in extended enrollment status. The dean of the school will confirm the desired start date or need more time before you are allowed to return. Purdue applications are tested individually and globally, taking these two main questions into account.
There is no definitive answer to the question, “What does it take to be admitted?” You can use our first-year class profile page to see the “middle 50%” ranges for GPA and SAT or ACT tests. However, these areas represent the entire first-year class – the average 50% for individual majors may be higher or lower depending on the availability of space or the rigor of the program`s curriculum. All students enrolling at Purdue must provide final official transcripts for all courses (high school or college) completed between admission and enrollment. High school final transcripts must confirm that the student has graduated from high school. Those who pursue the strongest college preparation program and take advantage of all Early Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB) advanced level or specialization courses in general are more competitive candidates for admission and more qualified to succeed at university. You must meet or exceed these high school minimum requirements. When a student is enrolled and enrolled at Purdue West Lafayette, they must meet the general education and degree requirements listed in the then-current catalog. When students officially declare a major, they must meet the most important requirements of the then-current catalog. Once all eligibility requirements have been met, Purdue Global administration will review the information and notify applicants in writing if they have been admitted to registration. Those who accept their offer of admission to Purdue must have a high school diploma or receive a recognized equivalent of a high school diploma (e.g. GED, unless they are 18 years of age or older.
Purdue requires students to provide proof of high school graduation. Purdue will verify that the registration requirements have been met. To return to the university, you must meet all admission requirements for the program you wish to join, follow all standard admission procedures, submit all required documents, and have a clear student account. If you have a history of behavioral or behavioral problems or poor academic performance, your return to university may require additional approval from the dean of the school you wish to enter or the dean`s leader. If you`ve been out of high school for five years or more and don`t meet most of these requirements, visit this page for an alternative plan. Students who wish to apply to Purdue must meet or exceed the minimum requirements for the high school courses listed below. In addition to the general admission requirements, to start courses, you must: The Purdue West Lafayette 2017-2018 catalog is considered a source of academic and programmatic requirements for students enrolling in the Fall 2017, Spring 2018, and Summer 2018 programs. Although this catalogue has been prepared using the best information available at that time, all information is subject to change without notice or obligation. The University accepts no responsibility for errors in compiling this catalogue.
This should not be interpreted as an irrevocable contract between the student and the university. While a student may graduate with the requirements of the catalog period under which he or she enters the university, the general policies, regulations, and procedures of the latest edition of the catalog apply to all students. Purdue considers applicants who have not graduated from high school, but have passed an official high school equivalency examination. However, these applicants must provide transcripts for any course completed in high school or college and still meet Purdue`s expectations for the high school course. High school equivalency information for Indiana residents. Homeschooled students must also provide official transcripts of courses and grades obtained. In addition, you must have a good academic reputation. If you don`t, you can contact the dean of the school you want to join. In your letter of complaint, you must explain the circumstances that caused you to fall below satisfactory standards of academic progress, the corrective measures you have taken to ensure your successful return to school, and the desired start date. High school students who apply to Purdue report their courses and grades on the app itself. Those who are admitted and accept their offer of admission must provide final official transcripts prior to registration.
Transcripts must match the courses and grades indicated at the time of application. If this is not the case, Purdue reserves the right to revoke offers of admission and/or scholarships. For fall registration, the deadline to provide official transcripts is August 1. For spring and summer registration, the deadline is 15 days before the start of the semester. Applicants must meet these course requirements either in high school or as part of subsequent college-level courses (non-correct). One semester of college courses is equivalent to two semesters of high school. Work and career opportunities (internships, collaborative programs) or Project Lead the Way courses in high school can help students explore their career interests. However, they should not replace the scientific preparation described above.
Purdue also reserves the right to contact any institution that has issued a student transcript to verify the authenticity of the document. Students apply to Purdue using the common application. This app requires you to provide a personal trial and answer questions specific to Purdue. Check out current editorial questions. This policy applies to students who register on or after December 8, 2021 for a start date of February 2, 2022 and the following conditions. All other students should refer to the exceptions to the standard admission guidelines in the previous edition of the academic catalogue. We accept SAT or ACT results and have no preference for the test performed.