Knowing yourself is one of the most important steps as you begin your college search. Creating a moment of reflection to learn more about your strengths and weaknesses, what engages you, and what environments stretch you will help you thoughtfully consider your choices and find an undergraduate experience, not just an undergraduate education.
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Admissions Selection Factors
Competitive and compelling candidates demonstrate strong academic performance in challenging courses, a clearly articulated connection to the college mission and its academic programs, active engagement in their school and greater communities, and an outwardly focused perspective. Our First Year Application Tips will help as you prepare your application.
The College of Human Ecology practices selective admissions and we comprehensively consider the applications we receive to understand what makes you an individual and what you would bring to the college and university communities. There is no formula used in the selection process. Students who are not accepted as freshmen might consider transferring to the College of Human Ecology as sophomores or juniors.