More and more home schooled students are choosing Aquinas College every year. Our challenging curriculum directed toward the development of the whole person and our low student-to-faculty ratio make Aquinas College an ideal fit for home schooled students. Please complete the following steps to apply:
1. Submit Application: Please complete the online application for admission.
2. Provide a transcript. Submit an official transcript from your home school agency. Recently we have accepted students from home school agencies including Kolbe, Mother of Divine Grace, Our Lady of the Rosary, and Seton Home School.
3. Standardized Test Scores: If you are under 21 years of age, or if you have been out of school fewer than five years, an official ACT score report is required. If your ACT and/or SAT scores do not appear on your high school transcript, you should request that the testing service send them directly to Aquinas College. Use the following codes:
ACT Code 3942
SAT Code 7318
4. Application Fee: We are no longer requiring an application fee – it is free!
Successful applicants must present one of the following:
• Minimum GPA of 2.4 and minimum composite ACT score of 21 (SAT of 980)
• Minimum GED score of 50 on the paper test or 500 on the computerized test and minimum composite ACT score of 21 (SAT of 980)
Applicants who do not meet the minimum criteria may be considered for conditional admission pending assessment(s) and/or other conditions specified by the Admissions Committee. For more information, please consult your Admissions Counselor.
Any student who is conditionally admitted to the college on academic probation will be required to complete successfully IDS 106: College Learning in the Dominican Tradition, in the first semester of attendance.
At the discretion of the Director of Admissions, assessments may be given in English and math. Generally, assessments are required for:
• Applicants over 21 years of age who do not have post-secondary education
• Applicants who score below 21 on the English or math sections of the ACT or below 490 on the critical reading and math sections of the SAT
• Applicants who score below 50/500 on the English or math sections of the GED
Federal law requires all institutions of higher education to disclose information about campus safety, graduation rates, students rights under FERPA, and other data about the institution. Prospective students will find this information posted on the Admissions FAQ page of our website.
Aquinas College admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, religion, sex, age or handicap. This non-discrimination policy and practice extends to all education programs and activities conducted by Aquinas College.