First Time Freshman Admission

Louisiana High School Graduates:
Meet the following criteria for Admission for Spring and Summer 2014:                    
1. Complete Regents' Core Curriculum (19 units) 
2.  Earn Minimum 2.35 Cumulative High School GPA
3.  18 or Higher ACT English Subscore (450 SAT) OR 19 or Higher ACT Math Subscore (460 SAT)
4.  AND High School Core GPA 2.00 or 20 ACT (940 SAT)

Meet the following criteria for Admission for Fall 2014:                    
1.  Complete Regents' Core Curriculum (19 units) 
2.  Earn Minimum 2.35 Cumulative High School GPA
3.  Achieve the following criteria:
     18 or higher ACT English subscore (450 SAT) AND
     17 or higher ACT Math subscore (420 SAT, 28 COMPASS Algebra
             OR
     19 or higher ACT Math subscore (460 SAT) AND
     16 or higher ACT English subscore (400 SAT, 53 COMPASS Writing)
4.  AND High School Core GPA 2.00 or 20 ACT (940 SAT)

Out of State High School, Home School, or Non-State Approved High School Graduates:
Meet one of the following 3 criteria:
1.
Complete Regents' Core Curriculum (19 units) 
AND Minimum 2.35 Cumulative High School GPA
AND 18 or higher ACT English subscore (450 SAT) AND 17 or higher ACT Math subscore (420 SAT)
OR
19 or higher ACT Math subscore (460 SAT) AND 16 or higher ACT English subscore (400 SAT)
AND High School Core GPA 2.00 or 20 ACT (940 SAT)
2.
 Less than 19 units, but at least 17 units of the Regents' Core Curriculum
AND Minimum 2.35 Cumulative High School GPA
AND 18 or higher ACT English subscore (450 SAT) AND 17 or higher ACT Math subscore (420 SAT)
OR
19 or higher ACT Math subscore (460 SAT) AND 16 or higher ACT English subscore (400 SAT)
AND Minimum 2.00 Core GPA on those 17/18 units
AND Minimum 20 ACT (940 SAT total)
3.
ACT 23+ (1050 SAT)
AND 18 or higher ACT English subscore (450 SAT) AND 17 or higher ACT Math subscore (420 SAT)
OR
19 or higher ACT Math subscore (460 SAT) AND 16 or higher ACT English subscore (400 SAT)

 

Please be advised if you have ever attended another college or university, either while in high school or after graduation from high school - you are required to disclose this information to NSU. Failure to disclose past attendance at any post-secondary institution can result in denial of financial aid, refund of financial aid, cancellation of registration, denial of admission and student disciplinary actions.