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All student applications are evaluated by the same set of standards. Academic preparedness and achievement are examined through the applicant’s grade point average, class rank (if applicable), and SAT, ACT, or CLT scores. Challenging curriculum, including advanced placement and dual credit courses from a college, will be given special consideration. First year students have graduated from high school but have not taken college courses after high school graduation.
All student applications are evaluated by the same set of standards. Academic preparedness and achievement are examined through the applicant’s grade point average, class rank (if applicable), and SAT, ACT, or CLT scores. A maximum of 64 hours of credits may be transferred from an accredited two-year college. You must complete 50 percent of the minimum degree hours at Taylor University. Coursework must have a grade of C- or better to be accepted.
With more than 60 majors across the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences, and a Foundational Core curriculum that promotes a broad base of knowledge, Taylor encourages students to ask hard questions, apply themselves to the tasks at hand, and embrace their callings. Our dedication to excellence in and out of the classroom has led to national recognition.
A campus visit will bring you closer to the reality of life as a Taylor student. You’ll meet Taylor students and professors in your field of interest, attend Chapel, see the campus where you could spend four years, and have a chance to try the food in the Dining Commons! We offer two types of visits to introduce you to the Taylor experience: Personal Visits every Monday-Friday and one Saturday per month or University-Hosted Events. Learn more and register at taylor.edu/visit