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Submit official or unofficial high school and/or college transcripts
Request to have your SAT and/or ACT scores sent to Simpson University (optional)
File the FASFA
3.0 minimum unweighted High School GPA
Must have graduated from high school or earned an equivalent (GED)
Prospective Science and Nursing Majors Recommended: Algebra II, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics; 3.2 minimum unweighted high school GPA
We have provisional acceptances below standard admission requirements.
A transfer is a student who has graduated from high school and has earned 30+ semester credits or 45+ quarter units.
Submit official or unofficial transcripts from ALL previously attended colleges
File the FASFA
2.5 college GPA
How Classes Transfer
All courses must have a “C” (2.0) or higher. Each general education course is evaluated for breadth of knowledge and transferred accordingly by the office of the Registrar.
Did you know that the majority of Simpson University students receive some type of financial aid?>
If you are receiving scholarships from outside sources (not institutional scholarships), please make sure that our Student Financial Services teams knows about any outside scholarships while they help you through the awarding process.
Simpson University offers personalized visits, preview events, virtual events, and online meetings to give you a feel for what being part of the Simpson community is like. Prospective students who register and attend an online or in-person visit event qualify for our $1,000 Campus Visit Scholarship. Learn more at simpsonu.edu/visit.