Non-Traditional Student Admission
How to Apply
Complete the admission application and submit all required fees, documents and transcripts by the deadline.
A non-traditional student is somebody who graduated from high school five or more years prior to attendance and has not attended another college or university.
Non-Traditional students must:
- Submit an application along with a $50 non-refundable application fee by the published deadline date - May 1st for fall semester, December 1st for spring semester, and one week prior the classes starting for summer semester. SUU will accept applications after the admissions deadlines, but a $25 late fee will be assessed and the applicant may not be guaranteed admission.
- High school transcript verifying graduation with a minimum 2.0 cumulative unweighted GPA or GED scores required.
- Students must pass the GED with a minimum composite score of 500 and minimum section scores of 450. ACT/SAT scores are recommended.