Admission Criteria for Homeschoolers - Louisiana Colleges, Universities, Community College, etc.
http://www.lacollege.edu/


Board of Regents & TOPS Core Curriculum is required to be met by many State Universities. That can be found at this link. Note there is a change after 2017
graduation year.

http://www.osfa.state.la.us/MainSitePDFs/Core_Curriculum_14.pdf
LSU - Baton Rouge



Prospective freshmen interested in admission to LSU must have a 3.0 unweighted academic GPA based on 19 core units. Additionally, students must meet the
ACT or SAT requirement. The ACT requirement consists of a 22 composite score, with an 18 English subscore and a 19 math subscore. The SAT requirement
consists of a 1030 critical reading and math composite score, with a 450 critical reading score and a 460 math score.
Homeschooled students will be evaluated on the same criteria listed above.

http://sites01.lsu.edu/wp/admissions/become-a-tiger-2/freshmen/freshman-admission-requirements/


Southeastern University - Hammond

Meet the same criteria as students who graduated from a Louisiana high school:
Core 4; Must have ACT Math score of 19 or higher or Must have ACT English score of 18 or higher; 2.35 or above on a 4.0 scale; ACT composite score of at
least 21 OR a core GPA of 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale

or

Have at least a 23 ACT composite score and have no need for a developmental English or math course

or

Meet the minimum core GPA on at least 17 units of the required High School Core 4 Curriculum, with at least a 21 ACT composite score AND a minimum
overall high school GPA of 2.35 or above on a 4.0 scale

http://www.southeastern.edu/apply/freshmen/index.html

Nichols State University - Thibodaux

Louisiana high school graduates must meet all of the following:
Completion of Regents’ Core 4 Curriculum (19 units) Curriculum;  and minimum overall high school GPA of 2.0
Have at least a 21 ACT composite score or a minimum overall high school GPA of 2.35/4.0;and
Have the need for no more than one developmental English or math course.*
Out-of-state high schools, home school, or non-state approved high school graduates must meet one of the following:
Meet the same criteria as students who graduated from a Louisiana high school as listed above; or
Have at least a 23 ACT composite score and have the need for no more than one developmental English or math course*; or
Meet the minimum core GPA on at least 17 units of the required HS Core 4 Curriculum, with at least a 21 ACT composite score and a minimum overall high
school GPA of 2.35/4.0.
Students who receive their GED or graduate from Non-Accredited Home School Programs who are under the age of 25 must submit ACT scores with a
minimum 23 Composite score in order to be admitted and demonstrate no need for remedial course work.

http://www.nicholls.edu/admission/admissions-requirements/first-time-freshman-admissions-requirements/

McNeese State University - Lake Charles
Graduates of State-Approved Home-School Programs or State Approved Out-of-State High
Graduates of State-Approved Home-School Programs or State Approved Out-of-State High Schools- Effective Summer 2014First-time freshmen who are
graduates of state-approved home-school programs or state-approved out-of-state high schools must meet ALL admission criteria in ONE of the following
groups: Group 1Completion of the Regents’ High School Core 4 Curriculum; and need of no developmental courses; and have a minimum high school overall
GPA of 2.35; and ONE of the following: Minimum high school core GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale OR ACT composite score of 20 or greater (SAT combined
mathematics and critical reading score of 940).
Group 2Completion of 17 of the 19 units of the Regents’ High School Core 4 Curriculum; and Need of no developmental courses; and Minimum high school
overall GPA of 2.35; and Minimum high school core GPA of 2.0; and Minimum ACT composite of 20 (SAT combined mathematics and critical reading score of
940).Group 3ACT composite score of 23 (SAT combined mathematics and critical reading score of 1050); and Have a minimum high school overall GPA of
2.35; and Need of no developmental courses.

http://catalog.mcneese.edu/content.php?catoid=8&navoid=243#admi_requ_firs

University of Lafayette - Lafayette

ALL applicants must additionally meet all of the following: Require NO remedial courses:

Have at least 18 English ACT (450 SAT Critical Reading/Verbal) and 19 math ACT (460 SAT Math)
If English ACT less than 18, must successfully complete remedial English no later than the summer semester immediately following high school graduation
If math ACT less than 19, must successfully complete remedial math no later than the summer semester immediately following high school graduation
Have at least a 2.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale

Home Schooled Freshman Guaranteed Admission Criteria, you must meet ONE of the following requirements for admission:
Successfully complete 17 out of 19 credits from the required Core 4 curriculum with a core grade point average of 2.5, AND have a 23 ACT composite (1050
SAT CR+M)

OR
Have at least an ACT composite score of 26 or 1170 SAT CR+M

OR
Meet the in-state student requirements above, including completing all 19 units of the Louisiana Board of Regents high school Core 4 curriculum

- See more at:
http://louisiana.edu/admissions/first-time-freshmen/requirements/guaranteed-admission#sthash.H5Cmh8yw.dpuf

University of Monroe - Monroe

Admission Criteria 1. Complete the Regents Core: 19 units (Core4.pdf)2. Earn 2.35 minimum overall high school GPA3.
Require no more than one developmental course by meeting one of the following: ACT English ≥ 18 or SAT English ≥ 450 OR ACT Math ≥ 19 or SAT Math ≥
4604. AND meet one of the following requirements: 2.0 minimum core GPA OR ACT minimum composite of 21

http://www.ulm.edu/prospectivestudents/admissionsreq/

Option 1 - Meet the in-state student requirements listed above for appropriate entry term.
Option 2 - Have at least 17 of the 19 units of the Louisiana Board of Regents High School Core Curriculum, have a minimum cumulative and core GPA of 2.0
(on 4.0 scale), have an ACT composite score of at least 20 (SAT combined Critical Reading and Math score of 940), and have at least an 18 English ACT sub-
score and a 19 Math ACT sub-score (or SAT equivalents).Option 3 - Have at least a 23 Composite on the ACT (SAT combined Critical Reading and Math
score of 1050) and have at least an 18 English ACT sub-score and a 19 Math ACT sub-score (or SAT equivalents.)(If one above mentioned ACT/SAT sub-
score is met, and the other sub-score is within two points of the needed sub-score, example: if the Math ACT is 19 or above and the English score is 17 or 16,
and all other requirements are met, the student could be admissible to LSU Shreveport.)

http://www.lsus.edu/admissions-and-financial-aid/undergraduate-admissions/first-time-freshmen/admission-requirements

LSU-Alexandria

Completion of LA Core 4 Curriculum, or its equivalent at time of high school graduation High School GPA of 2.0 or higher Require no more than ONE
Developmental Course Either 2.0 GPA, or greater in Core Courses, or ACT Composite of 20* or greater English: ACT English subscore of 18 or higher SAT
Reading Score of 450 or higher COMPASS Writing Score of 68 or higher Meet requirements above OR Complete 17 of 19 required units in HS, have a 2.0 or
greater HS GPA, require NO Developmental Courses, and ACT Composite of 20 OR ACT Composite of 23 or greater, or SAT Combination of Math and
Reading of a 1050, and require NO Developmental Courses (see requirements above)

http://old.lsua.edu/Admissions/Requirements/FirstTimeFreshmen

LOUISIANA COLLEGE
HOMESCHOOL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

First-Time Freshmen
Graduates of accredited high schools (including BESE State Approved Home Study homeschool programs)   must meet one of the following requirements to be
accepted for unconditional admission:
Score a composite of 20 or above on the ACT (1410 on the SAT), AND possess an academic grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale.
or
Score a minimum composite of 17 or above on the ACT (1210 on the SAT), AND possess an academic grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale and rank in
the upper 50% of their graduating class.
In addition to the above requirements, a high school diploma is required for admission with the following 24 units mandatory:

English 4 units (emphasis on literature and composition)
Mathematics 4 units (Algebra I & II, and Geometry or higher level math)
Science 3 units (at least 2 units of lab science)
Social Studies 3 units (1 unit with United States focus, 1 unit with world focus)
The balance of the units required for admission may be earned in the following academic areas: English, math, science, social studies, foreign language,
humanities, fine/performing arts, physical education, health, and computer science (provided a substantial programming or mathematical component is
established.)
For out-of-state students, each state’s minimum mandatory unit requirements must be met.
Non-graduates age 18 or older, graduates of unaccredited high schools, and non state approved home-schooled students are accepted on the basis of GED
scores (with a minimum score of 500 in each area) AND a composite ACT score of 17 (SAT of 1210) or higher OR a minimum ACT composite of 20 (SAT of
1410).

www.lacollege.edu

This is a list of other colleges across the state with click on links for your convenience.  The link comes from River Parishes Community College's website.

http://www.rpcc.edu/careerServices.cfm?page=future
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