A minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.00 on a 4.00 scale or General Education Development (GED) certificate with a minimum score of 450.
An ACT composite score of 18 or above or a 970 minimum redesigned SAT score (testing date of March 2016 or later; combination of Reading/Writing and Math). Presentation College does superscore – meaning we take the highest sub score from each test section and calculate a new composite score. We do this for the ACT and the SAT.
Individuals who are 24 years of age or older are not required to take the ACT/SAT for admission. However, an ACT/SAT score may be a requirement for admission to individual programs.
Follow these steps to complete the process:
- Submit an application for admission and pay the $25 application fee
- Request a high school transcript or GED score report
- Request your official ACT or SAT score(s), unless included on high school transcript (ACT school code = 3918, SAT school code = 6582)
*Options for official transcript submission:
- Paper transcripts can be accepted as official provided they are are either mailed or personally delivered to the Admissions Office in the original, sealed envelope from the school.
- Electronic transcripts can be accepted as official provided they are emailed directly from the school or are submitted via an electronic transcript service to firstname.lastname@example.org
All records submitted, filed, and accumulated in the Admissions and Registrar’s Offices become the property of the College.
Upon receipt of these items, the Admissions Office will notify applicants of admission, provisional admission, probationary admission, or denial of admission into the College.
Home-schooled students must complete an application for admission and submit the non-refundable application fee of $25 along with official documentation of each of the following: ACT or SAT scores and transcripts from the local home schooling guild or association school. If not available, primary educator-prepared transcripts, which detail course descriptions, proficiency levels, and textbooks used, are acceptable.