Undergraduate Admission Checklist

Here are all the steps you'll need to take to be admitted to general studies at ADU.

Requirements for General Admission to ADU

  • Apply to the University
    • Apply online at apply.adu.edu
    • $20 non-refundable fee
  • Meet your Enrollment Counselor (for students entering Summer 2019 or later)
    • Schedule a mandatory interview with Enrollment Counselor
  • Financial Aid
    • Start at www.fafsa.ed.gov
    • Use AHU Code: 031155
    • AHU address: 671 Winyah Drive, Orlando, FL 32803
    • Submit all financial aid requirements by the priority application date to ensure your award is processed in time to pay for classes.
  • Submit Official Transcripts – College or University
    • Must be received from all regionally accredited institutions attended
    • Required for students in high school who dual enrolled in college course
    • If less than 24 college-level credits from regionally accredited institutions, a high school transcript must be submitted
    • Accepted by mail, hand-delivered in a sealed envelope, or electronically
  • Submit Official Transcripts – High School
    • Graduation with a standard diploma from a public high school or accredited private school
    • Dual enrolled students must submit transcript from college attended
    • Accepted by mail, hand-delivered in a sealed envelope, or electronically

    High school transcript and ACT/SAT scores are not required for applicants with 24 or more college-level credits from regionally accredited institutions.

  • Submit Official Transcripts - Homeschool
    • Notarized homeschool affidavit form required
    • Faxed or scanned copied are not accepted
    • Dual enrolled students must submit transcript from college attended
    • Transcript with credits and GPA must be submitted
    • Accepted by mail, hand-delivered in a sealed envelope, or electronically
  • Submit Official Transcripts - GED
    • Official scores are required
  • Submit Official Transcripts – International Schools
    • International Transcripts: Must be evaluated and translated into English.
    • A GPA must be provided. Speak to your Enrollment Counselor about acceptable evaluation companies.
  • Submit Official Transcripts - CLEP/AP/IB
    • Only necessary for transfer of credit
    • Accepted by mail, hand-delivered in a sealed envelope, or electronically
  • Submit Official ACT or SAT Score (for students entering Summer 2019 or later)
    • ACT (code: 4907): 19 on each individual score
    • SAT (code: 3614): Composite score of 990
    • Old SAT (before March 2016): Composite score of 910 (combined Critical Reading and Math)

    High school transcript and ACT/SAT scores are not required for applicants with 24 or more college-level credits from regionally accredited institutions.

  • Comply with English Language Proficiency
    • For applicants whose primary language is not English
    • This can be demonstrated with the ACT, TOEFL (code: 0488), or successful completion of a college-level English course
    • Please consult with your Enrollment Counselor about additional options to satisfy this requirement

Program Requirements

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