Information for New Students
What is required?
Required Courses: 4 courses of English, Math, Science, and Social Studies, 2 Foreign Languages, and 1 Art.
Admissions Requirements: Minimum GPA of 2.35, completion of the Regents’ High School Core 4 Curriculum, no more than one developmental course, either a minimum high school GPA of a 2.0 on a 4.0 scale OR ACT composite score of 20 or greater(SAT combined mathematics and critical reading score of 940)
Honors College Scholarship
Privileges: Students who enter the program receive four-year academic scholarships covering the cost of tuition, partial room and board, and $1,200 annually for books. Other opportunities for students include priority registration and individualized academic counseling; small class size with discussion-style format; and increased personal attention from professors. The program is supplemented by special honors events (seminars, field trips, and conferences), cultural opportunities, and social activities. Honors courses have a special designation on University transcripts, and special recognition will be given to Honors College graduates at commencement and on diplomas. The Honors College Scholarship currently provides (per semester): Tuition and mandatory fees not funded by TOPS, $1015 (maximum) allotment toward campus residence hall, $900 resident meal plan or $500 commuter meal plan, $500 book allowance, and Campus job (upon request).
Transfer Credit Policy: Per review
One Year of Tuition: $10902
One Year of Fees: $1120
On-campus Housing: $5260
Admissions Office: call 475-5504, fax 475-5151
Scholarship Office: call 475-5140
Application(Scott Goins): call (337)475-5456, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Housing Office: call 886-940-0788, fax 337-562-6504
Campus Visit: call 337-475-5504