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Considerations in Admission

Admission decisions are based on an overall enrollment goal for the College, and the spaces available for new students. There is no single formula for the admission decision. Consideration is given to the applicant’s past record of achievement, including courses taken, grades received, results of standardized achievement examinations, experiences, talents, and other factors.

Applicants must be graduates of an accredited secondary school or have evidence of equivalent education. The following distribution of high school courses is preferred:

4 units of english

4 units of social science

3-4 units of mathematics

3-4 units of science

3-4 units of foreign language

Most successful candidates for admission present a minimum of 16 or more units from the afore mentioned areas.

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