Dual Admission Program

Entrance to Newman University

Purpose

The purpose of this Dual Admission Program agreement is to provide the opportunity for students to be admitted to Newman University while enrolled at partner schools. The goal of the program is to provide a seamless transition for students transferring from these schools.

 Process

Students interested in the Newman University Dual Admission Program must complete the following process in order to receive consideration for admission.

  • Students must be accepted and/or enrolled at one of the partner schools
  • Students must complete the Application for Admission for the year they intend to enroll at Newman University at least two semesters prior to their enrollment, For example, for Fall 2013 enrollment students must apply during the Fall 2011 semester.
  • Students must complete the Dual Admission/Intent to Enroll Application Form

Eligibility

Students must meet the following eligibility requirements for admission to the Dual Admission Program:

  • Students with fewer than 24 transferable college credits must have the following:
    • High School GPA higher of 2.0 or higher
    • ACT Composite greater than 18
    • Cumulative College GPA of 2.0 or higher
  • Students with more than 24 transferable college credits must have the following:
    • Cumulative College GPA of 2.0 or higher

 Benefits

Students who participate in the Newman University Dual Admission Program will receive the following program benefits:

  • Students will be admitted to Newman University for a future semester while attending current two year or community college.
  • Students will receive academic advising from both institutions. Students will receive degree audits from Newman University, while attending current two year or community college.
  • Students will receive Dual Admission Scholarship of $3000.00 per academic year