By: Courtney Webb
- Recommened high school courses (at least 14 credits)
- 4 credits in English
- 3 credits in math
- 2 credits in Laboratory Sciences
- 2 1/2 credits in Social Sciences
- 2 1/2 credits in Electives (preferably 2 credits in foreign languages)
- Testing Requirements
- If you high school rank is in the top 10% you have no minimum on the SAT or ACT.
- If your high school rank is anywhere from the top 11%-25% you have to score a 850 on the math and critical reading part of the SAT or have a score of 18 on the ACT.
- If you are considered in the 2nd quarter of your high school class you have to score a 930 on the math and critical reading part of the SAT or have a score of 20 on the ACT.
- If you are in the 3rd or 4th quarter of your high school class you have to score a 1000 on the math and critical reading part of the SAT or have a score of 21 on the ACT.
- If you were unranked, either home schooled or GED, you have to score a 1000 on the math and critical reading part of the SAT of have a score of 21 on the ACT.
- Application Fee
- Contact Info
- Go to the admission office in the John Grey Center, in the Herman Lles Building.
- Go to the Lamar website and select the admission tab and you will find "Schedule a visit" tab
ANNUAL COSTS (based on 15 credit hrs/ semester)
- Tuition= $6,540
- Fees= $2,504
- Books & Supplies= $2,400
- Contact information to get in touch with the scholarship office
- Go to http://beacardinal.lamar.edu/paying-for-college/scholarships.html to find out all the information you need for scholarships.
- Schedule a visit online
- To submit applications online at lamar.edu/myscholarships
- Mirabeau Scholarship
- This is an academic scholarship
- Eligibility requirements for 1st time college freshman are you have to have a SAT minimum score: 1250 (or) ACT score: 28 and a record of demonstrated excellence in academics, leadership, service, and/or creative endeavors.
- You have to submit a letter of interest that presents a personal statement of his or her academic goals and intended major, along with a current resume, and 3 letters of recommendation (2 must be from current teachers).
- Lamar University is home to more than 100 registered clubs and organizations with almost any interest.
- You can always start a new club if there is not one that fits your interest.