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SUBJECT: 400s: Academic affairs EFFECTIVE: September 2, 2015
Section: 402.3 Home Educated Applicants

In addition to the application for admission and application fee, home-educated applicants to a North Dakota University System (NDUS) institution shall submit the following:

  1. Curriculum description or transcript that displays:

    1. Specific listing of classes completed to satisfy secondary school requirements; identified and/or separated by class levels. An institution may request a course syllabus or detailed description of course content;
    2. Clear identification of those courses that meet the NDUS high school core course requirements. (This is required by all baccalaureate-granting institutions.);
    3. Key explaining grading system and successful completion of coursework including number of credits earned by course, letter grade, and GPA on a 4.0 scale;
    4. Date of student's graduation/completion of plan of study; and,
    5. Signature of the parent/instructor.

  2. Official transcript(s) of any other private or public high school(s) the student has attended.

  3. Diploma/Certificate issued by the local school district in which the student resides if that district provides such a document. High school equivalency examinations may be acceptable in lieu of a high school diploma, providing that such an examination is an authorized high school equivalency test by the state in which the examination was taken.

  4. ACT or SAT test scores.

  5. All other NDUS required and/or other institutional specific documents.

Reference: SBHE Policy - 402.1   402.2   402.3  

Reference: NDUS Procedure - 402.2  

History:
Chancellor's Cabinet, June 2001.
Chancellor's Cabinet, September 2, 2015.

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