You are under 21 with an ACT score below 18 in Math & English or an SAT score below 460 in Verbal & below 510 Math?
Your scores indicate that you would benefit from extra support and academic coursework aimed at helping you succeed in college.
You will be admitted to Bridge to Success, part of the University College, and enrolled in a two-year, associate degree program. This associate degree in general studies can serve as a launching pad into a four-year bachelor's degree – or you may transfer from the Student Success Curriculum into a two-year or four-year program of your choice at any time once you have successfully completed the developmental coursework required in the program.
View our High School Admission Requirements for details and assistance in submitting your information.
After we receive your application, you will receive a letter of acceptance from the Office of Admission with information about attending orientation, registering for classes, and how to access MySSU – your official student portal to access important information such as financial aid notices and account information.
You will also receive a letter of acceptance from the Dean of the University College providing more details about the Student Success Curriculum and how it can help you meet your educational goals.