WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO "GET IN?"
First, you will need to have graduated from an accredited high school with at least:
- Four units of English
- Three units of social studies
- Two units of natural science
- Two units of mathematics (algebra is strongly recommended)
- Five units of electives, with two units of foreign language recommended
Second, you need:
- A composite score of 18 or above on the ACT OR,
- 870 or above on the SAT AND,
- At least an academic 2.0 GPA
Personal qualifications are important and should be indicated by character references and extra-curricular activities which you can include on your application for admission.
You're now ready to fill out and submit your General Application for Admission to the college. You may do this online by clicking the ONLINE APPLICATION link in the left sidebar on this page, OR, you may request to receive the application by email and then return it (complete) by mail. To request an application by email, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Mailing instructions will be on the application.
Nursing Program Applicants
If you plan to be a student in Judson's Associate Degree of Nursing Program, you must complete and turn in a General Application for Admission, plus a Nursing Program Application. You must receive admittance from both the college and the nursing program. Visit HERE to learn more about Judson's nursing program application and admission requirements.
Not sure what to expect?
If you want to be well-prepared for your ACT or college academics, you should take additional classes in social studies, natural science, and mathematics.
Not a high school graduate?
So, high school wasn't your thing? That's ok, but you need to take the General Education Development (GED) test and send us the official report of your test results, which should indicate a passing score.