If you’re ready to start the admissions process, you’ve already taken the hardest step: deciding to further your education. We’re here to help with the process.
Our admissions requirements for specific degree programs can be found in our Academic Catalog, where you can also find information for international students, transient students, students with military experience, and joint enrollment for high school students. Or you can request more information here.
To be admitted to any of the programs at South University campuses, prospective students must provide:
To be admitted to any South University online program, prospective students must provide:
Students with less than the minimum CGPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale may meet admissions requirements by submitting a minimum combined SAT score of 900, a combined ACT score of 19, or a satisfactory score on the university-administered admissions examination (see the Admissions Office) or meet the criteria established for acceptance as a transfer student.
A student’s failure to provide proof of high school graduation within 10 weeks of his or her start date will result in the following:
NOTE: Students who do not provide proof of high school graduation within the 10-week period will not be responsible for any tuition and related fees. South University may grant exceptions to the 10-week period for unusual situations or circumstances. All exceptions must be submitted to the office of the University Registrar for approval.
To be eligible for admission, transfer students must complete the application procedures and satisfy the following criteria:
Students who are transferring from or to a school within the University of North Carolina or the North Carolina Community College System should be aware of the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement approved by both governing Boards on March 1, 1996 and revised in September of 2008. This agreement may be found in its entirety at the following website: //www.northcarolina.edu/aa_ planning/licensure/Rules__Standards__ Master_Updated_1-08.pdf
The following undergraduate and graduate programs include additional admission requirements: