Homeschooled Student Admission
Truman welcomes applications from homeschooled students and admits
homeschooled students who show promise of success on this campus.
Admission to Truman for homeschooled students is much like admission
for students who are enrolled in public or private high schools.
Applicants are evaluated for admission based upon the high school
curriculum; GPA; ACT or SAT results; special abilities, talents or
achievements, and an admission essay. Students are encouraged to apply
by the priority admission deadline of December 1st of their senior
Each student's academic record should reflect a college preparatory
curriculum, including a minimum of 4 units of English, 3 units of Mathematics (4
strongly recommended), 3 units of Social Studies, 3 units of Science, 1 unit of
Fine Arts, and 2 units of Foreign Language. Documentation of your
coursework can be submitted by your homeschool association or your primary
Truman accepts dual credit coursework from a number of colleges and
universities; information about transferability can be found through our
Truman does not require letters of recommendation in the admission
process. There is no application fee and the
application for admission also serves as the application for automatic
and competitive scholarship at Truman.
Apply online now if you are a
home-schooled student ready to start your journey at Truman!