Academically, an incoming freshman is required to present evidence of high school graduation with a 2.0 or higher and must have a minimum ACT score of 19 or current SAT equivalency. ACT/SAT scores may already be listed on your HS transcript. Applicants who do not meet direct admission requirements are advised to contact the Admissions Office.
2018/19 Annual Undergrad In-state Tuition for Classes Only (based on two 15-hour semesters, EXCLUDING fees and room and board)
Additional Annual Fees
Annual Fee Notes
2018/19 Additional Fees Annually (including room and board with basic meal plan and any other required fees, based on two 15-hour semesters)
Undergraduate Application Fee
Application Fee Exemptions
Attend an official campus visit and your application fee will be waived.
Early Application Deadline
Jun 1, 2020
International Application Fee
Our preferred date for submissions is Feb. 14. However, our priority deadline is March 1. The amount of available aid is limited, so the best time to apply for it is as soon as possible. Currently, the soonest a FAFSA application can be filed with the Department of Education is on the Oct. 1 preceding the academic year for which you are requesting financial aid.
Financial Aid Contact
Financial Aid Director
Financial Aid Priority Deadline
Mar 1, 2020