High School Seniors
Baptist University encourages students to attend from the beginning of your college career - from your very first general education class to you last senior class.
Admission is based on a variety of criteria. The criteria for priority admission to Baptist University as a high school senior are:
- Submit an application for admission.
- Submit, at the time of application, your high school transcript from an accredited high school showing the most recent high school GPA and all courses taken. Send your final transcript after graduation. As a high school student, you must complete four years of English, two years of math, and two years of science with at least a C average.
- Submit ACT/SAT scores and high school grade point average (GPA) that meet the following minimum scale.
Students must also have taken four years of English, two years of college prep math and two years of laboratory science. Although admission to the college does not guarantee acceptance/selection to a professional program/major, priority for acceptance/selection is given to freshmen and current Baptist University students. We strongly recommend that you apply and plan to attend Baptist University as a beginning freshman.
Applicants with a General Education Diploma (GED) will complete the admission process as a transfer student with 30 or more hours of college level credit. For the criteria, please visit the College Transfers page.