In order to be considered for general undergraduate admittance to South College, the prospective student must be a high school graduate or have earned the equivalent (GED) and achieve a satisfactory score on the entrance examination administered by the college, the SAT, the ACT, or meet the criteria established for acceptance as a transfer student.
Applicants (other than those admitted as transfer students) must meet one of the following requirements:
- Obtain the specified score on the college-administered entrance examination. Score requirements for admission can be obtained from the admissions office.
- Submit a minimum SAT I combined score of 830.
- Submit a minimum ACT Assessment composite score of 17.
- Provide evidence of completion of a degree from an accredited institution with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.00.
- Evidence a 2.5 cumulative high school GPA.
Admission in good standing is granted when all general requirements are met, however general admission to South College does not guarantee admission to specific programs. Please see the Academic Catalog section pertaining to your desired major for information about program acceptance.