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Our small size and commitment to relationship-based education can be an ideal setting for students who have been homeschooled. You'll receive personal attention from faculty and staff who care about your success in college and in a career after graduation.
Homeschooled students are evaluated for admission to the university on the same basis as students from public and other private schools. Each applicant is evaluated carefully on an individual basis, taking into account indicators of ability to succeed at Indiana Tech. The most important factors we consider are curriculum and performance in academic course work. Standardized test scores are weighed in relation to a student's curriculum and academic performance.
Please carefully read the criteria below that our office will need from you upon applying to the university.
- Cumulative GPA
- Classes taken
- SAT or ACT scores
You can have your test scores sent to us electronically. Once we receive your official transcripts and test scores, we will be able to evaluate your file for acceptance.
Transcripts for homeschooled students must include:
- An explanation of the grading scale
- Graduation Date
- Cumulative GPA
- Students Homeschooled in the State of Indiana will need to submit a notarized signature of the homeschool administrator.
- Students not homeschooled in Indiana will need to submit a notarized signature of their homeschool administrator with the registered organization number.
Students must submit scores from either the ACT or the SAT. These test scores are weighed in relation to a student's curriculum and grades in academic subjects, and are used to identify particular strengths and weaknesses in a student's preparation for college.