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Requirements & Deadlines

Admission Deadlines:

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis; however, all applicants are encouraged to meet the following deadlines for admissions:

  • Fall Semester – April 15th
  • Spring Semester – November 1st

GPA Requirement for Admissions:

An applicant must have an earned minimum unweighted GPA of 2.4 from high school, in order to be considered for admission to Florida Memorial University

Entrance Tests:

Entering freshmen must present the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or The American College Testing Program (ACT) scores as part of their admissions requirements. These scores will be used for advisement and placement of first-time college applicant

The primary factor used to determine a student’s readiness for college is his/her high school preparation. The students maturity, community service, leadership skills, motivation and determination are key indicators.

Freshmen

1.High School Graduation
Graduation from an accredited high school or the equivalent GED is required.

2.Grade Point Average
A minimum high school cumulative grade point average of 2.4 is required. Students who have a high school cumulative grade point average which places them in the top twenty percent of their graduating class, and who complete the high school course distribution requirements as specified below, shall be given automatic admission to Florida Memorial University.

3.Admission Test Scores
Applicants should submit SAT-I or ACT scores. Test scores are also used for advisement and placement purposes for first-time-in-college applicants.

4.High School Course Distribution requirements for Florida Residents
A student’s high school preparation should include units in the following core

areas:

English
4 units (3 with substantial writing)

Mathematics
3 units (Algebra 1 and above)

Natural Science
3 units (2 with lab)

Social Science
3 units

Foreign Language
2 units (in the same language)

Approved Electives
4 units

5.Other Admissions Requirements
The student must also submit the following to be considered for admission:

At least one letter of recommendation

A personal statement