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Admissions procedures can be daunting and confusing at times because each school has different requirements. Below are the basic admission requirements for five schools in the Northeast Florida region:
Northeast Florida Admissions Requirements
|EWU||FSCJ||JU||SJR State||UNF||KU||Saint Leo|
|Minimum GPA||2.5 cumulative||No minimum score requirement||3.45 weighted||No minimum score requirement||2.5||No minimum score requirement||2.0|
|SAT||No minimum score requirement|
SAT code: 5182
|No minimum score requirement||Critical Reading + Math portion: 950-1130|
SAT code: 5331
|No minimum score requirement||Critical reading: 460|
SAT code: 5490
|Minimum score: 910|
|No minimum score requirement|
|ACT||No minimum score requirement|
ACT code: 0724
|No minimum score requirement||Composite: 20-25|
ACT code: 0740
|No minimum score requirement||Reading: 19|
English/Writing combined: 18
ACT code: 0711
|Minimum Score: 17||No minimum score requirement|
|Application Fee||$25||$25||$30||$30||$30||$55||$45 - Can be waived|
|High School Transcript Needed||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Admissions Notification||Typically 4 weeks||Between 4-6 weeks||Within 24hrs|
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- Be prepared to do a lot of reading in college.
- Learn time management: use a calendar and plan how to use your time. Learn to manage your time while still in high school, keep a calendar of all exams and paper due dates.
- One of the biggest transitions between high school and college is development of time management skills – students must learn to balance school and social life.
- Be prepared to discipline yourself, as the temptation to slack could be great. If you miss four to five classes in a semester, you may fail the class.
- Being sick affects your ability to be a student – and remember that community living contributes to the cold/flu season.
- Learn to read – summarize and outline reading.
- Take notes in class.
- Start the college and scholarship search as early as possible.
- Take as many science, math, English, and foreign language courses as you can; they build a foundation for college.
- Participate in volunteer and community service programs. It helps with scholarships!
- Take advantage of the advanced classes offered in high school.
- Think about what characteristics in a university are most important to you (climate, environment, degrees offered, size, location, etc.) before selecting a college.