- When can I expect to find out if I’ve been admitted or not? You can expect to receive an electronic letter during the first couple of weeks of class notifying as to if you have been admitted or not. Please check your application regularly for updates.
- Missing Prerequisites/Admission Requirements: Log into your application daily once you have received a letter notifying you of your alternate status. Within 5 business days of the date of your admission letter, we will post whether you have missing requirements (prerequisites and/or degree).
- Should I stay enrolled in the prerequisites I am currently taking? Yes. If you get selected for admission, you must successfully complete all admission requirements prior to beginning the program.
- Why have I not been selected for admission?
- First, click here to review the average admission statistics. Then, typically we recommend working on your science gpa which includes all the hard-core science classes such as biology, microbiology, physics I, physics II, chemistry I, chemistry II, human anatomy, human physiology, etc. Health and exercise science classes will NOT factor into your science GPA for our admission purposes. If you are unsure of if a class will calculate into your science GPA, please contact us at the phone number or email below prior to taking another course.
- Click here to utilize the GPA calculator and GPA predictor to assist you in figuring out what you need to do to be more competitive for admission. If the GRE was part of the admission criteria for the program you applied to, you may consider working on your GRE scores as well. The cumulative GPA is of course the most difficult item to work on when you have a lot of hours but you could utilize the GPA calculator or predictor to help you figure out what you need to do to be competitive with that GPA.
- Also, review your career goal statement and ask your campus Writing Center, a Professor, or non-biased individuals to review it to see what you may be able to do to improve your statement.
- If the program you applied to requires letters of recommendation, consider asking your recommenders to see their letter if you haven’t already. You may or may not need to consider asking another recommender for next year depending on how well their letter was written. Please note that if letters of recommendation are not part of the admission requirements, they will not be considered for admission even if you provide them.
If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Academic and Student Services at (405) 271-6588 or email@example.com.