Husson's rolling admission program allows applications to be reviewed as soon as they are complete. Applications are accepted for consideration for either the September or January semester. There is a $40 application fee.
All applicants should have copies of their transcripts sent to the Admissions Office as soon as possible after applying for admission. Admission is competitive and applicants to the first year of college study are admitted on the strength of their secondary school curriculum, grade-point average, class rank, counselor recommendations, and SAT I or ACT scores in relation to their intended major. Completion of college preparatory courses at the secondary level with a "C" or better, or its equivalent, is recommended. This includes four years of English, two years of math, (preferably algebra and geometry), two sciences, social studies, and other elective college preparatory courses. Students whose high school transcripts show limited academic performance may be accepted on a conditional basis if they have a favorable recommendation from a high school guidance counselor or principal and show evidence of potential for success. Transfer students are welcome and must present transcripts of their high school and college records. Transfer applicants should be in good academic standing and generally need a grade-point average of at least 2.0 to be considered for admission. To be considered for admission, an applicant should do the following:
- Complete and return the application. Click on the links to the right to find and download the appropriate application form. Paper applications may also be requested through the Admission office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Submit an official high school transcript or GED scores
- Forward SAT I or ACT scores
- Forward to the Admissions Office official transcript(s) from any college(s) which the applicant attended.
- Two recommendations from guidance counselors, teachers, employers, or non-family members.
All applicants should see the admissions policies information associated with their desired program. These can be found under Undergraduate/Professional Admissions Policies.
For International Student Requirements, follow this link.