At Carlow, we know that a student’s ability, motivation, and maturity cannot be measured by mathematical formulas, but rather by a careful and thoughtful review of all of credentials.
To be considered for admission to Carlow as a traditional undergraduate student, you must present satisfactory evidence of the ability to achieve at the college level. Generally, you should:
- Follow the college preparatory curriculum in high school (18 units of work),
- Achieve at least a B average, and
- Rank in the upper two-fifths of the class.
The Carlow University Admissions Committee recognizes that school curricula greatly varies, and will consider favorably the application of an academically-able student whose preparation and experience differs from the traditional college preparatory program.