A limited number of carefully selected students who are currently enrolled in high school and who have completed three years of study may be admitted to the University as freshmen. Early admission applicants typically have a very strong academic background and demonstrate a mature character.

Students who wish to apply under Early Admission must have the support of his/her parents, guidance counselor, and high school. Early applicants must also schedule an interview with the Office of Undergraduate Admission.

Early Admission applicants must submit official high school transcripts, SAT or ACT examination results, and all other supporting documents required to complete the application as part of the admission process.

Early Admission applicants will be notified of an admission decision by June 1 or after receipt of grades from the final high school year completed.

Since every applicant must be appraised individually, no general qualifications can be listed. Students interested in early admission may send inquiries and requests for applications to the Office of Undergraduate Admission.