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Admission Requirements

High School Graduates

I. Documents Required

1. Completed Application Form

2. Results of the American Council of Testing (ACT) College Entrance Exam or the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)

3. Official Secondary School Transcript (Form 137). High School students may be considered for admission with their submission of official record of grades from First Year to Third Year High School and copies of their fourth year report cards containing grades of the latest grading period.

4. Certificate of Good Moral Character

5. Copy of Birth Certificate

II. Criteria

a. Direct Admission

1. ACT composite of 20 or above or combined SAT score of 950 or above.

2. Grade of “B” or better in two high school general science courses.

3. Passing evaluation in the screening interview and writing exam.

b. Provisional Admission: ACT Subscores in English, Math, Science and Reading between 19-20 would not require students to take remedial classes; however, the following subscores will be used to place students into remedial classes at Arellano University.

1. If the ACT subscore for English is below 18, the student may need to take a remedial English class.

2. If the ACT subscore for Math is below 21, the student may need to take a remedial Math class.

3. If the ACT subscore for Reading is below 18, the student may need to take a remedial Reading class.

4. If the ACT subscore for Science is below 20, the students may need to take a remedial Science class.

5. If SAT score is below 950, the student may be required to take placement tests for Math and English.

c. *In some cases, remedial courses need to be completed prior to enrolling in classes required in the Transnational Nursing Program and may result in the student being placed on a “5-year” plan. (i.e., 4-years of study at Arellano University before transferring to Alderson-Broaddus College.

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Transferees and Second Coursers

I. Documents Required.

1. Completed Application Form

2. Results of American Council of Testing (ACT) College Entrance Exam or the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). **Students with 29 or more transferable semester credit hours (or units) may not be required to submit ACT or SAT results.

3. Transferees with 29 or more transferable credits, including degree holders should submit an evaluation report of their transcripts from an independent educational evaluation agency indicating that their credits or degree earned are equivalent to American college credits or to an American Degree, for them to be excused from taking either the ACT or the SAT. When the degree is found to be equivalent to that of a bachelor’s degree in the United States, students enrolled in the Transnational Nursing program would only need to complete course work required by major subjects. It is recommended for the students to have their transcripts evaluated by World Educational Services, Inc.

4. Honorable Dismissal or Transfer Credential

5. Certificate of Grades

6. Certificate of Good Moral Character

7. Birth Certificate

8. Three 2x2 pictures

II. Criteria

1. ACT composite of 20 or above or combined SAT score of 950 or above. (For those with less than 29 transferable credits.)

2. Grade of “C” or better in one college level general biology course.

3. Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better for all transferred college credits.

4. Passing evaluation in the screening interview and writing exam.