Admission as a High School Student
Students currently enrolled in high school as a junior or senior may be eligible for admission to the high school student program. A student must submit to Admissions in Enrollment Services a completed Registration Form for Classes Taken by High School Students.
The registration form must include the student's high school GPA and ACT scores. The high school counselor should also include a copy of the student's transcript. Students must have a minimum ACT composite score of 18 to be admitted to the high school student program. Area subscores from the ACT exam will be used for academic advising and appropriate placement in coursework.
Students who have not taken the ACT exam must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and are not permitted to enroll for coursework in the areas of English and mathematics until the ACT scores are on file in Admissions.
Students who are not expected to meet the Kentucky Pre-College Curriculum may not enroll for course work in the area of the anticipated deficiency or deficiencies.
Any exception to the above requirements must have the approval of Admissions and the Associate Vice President for Academic Programs.