Arizona University Admission
2005-09-05 : AFHE NEWS RELEASE RE: Arizona Board of Regents Decision
AFHE News Release
Arizona Board of Regents Decision
Homeschooled Students Receiving Assured Admissions at
NAU, ASU, and UofA
Effective Fall of 2006, the Arizona Board of Regents announced that students who complete home schooling who achieve the following test scores shall be considered to have met minimum requirements for assured admission to the three state universities:
Resident Student Non-Resident Student
SAT V+M > or = 1040
ACT Composite > or = 22
SAT V+M > or = 1110
ACT Composite > or = 24
Mark S. Denke, Assistant Executive Director of Academic and Student Affairs for the Arizona Board of regents communicated this decision on August 23, 2005 to Dorie Duff, the AFHE Legislative Liaison who is responsible for helping to pass legislation that resulted in this decision. These scores only apply for students receipt of Assured Admissions. Ultimate admission decisions where students scores do not meet these minimums are still available based upon application to the admissions committee upon other considered criteria. Please check with the admissions office of each school for more information.
Getting into College Links
(SAT® I, SAT® II, PSAT/NMSQT®, AP®, CLEP®)
Arizona State University Admissions
Arizona State University Competency Requirements
Course Transfers / Course Equivalency
These sites have information on all standardized college entrance exams, exams for college credit, general entrance and competency requirements for Arizona universities, and preparing for and applying to college.
These links are for information only and do not necessarily reflect the views of Veritas Homeschoolers.