Is it easy to get into Wssu?
Winston-Salem State admissions is somewhat selective with an acceptance rate of 68%. Students that get into Winston-Salem State have an average SAT score between 890-1030 or an average ACT score of 16-19. The regular admissions application deadline for Winston-Salem State is June 1.
How do you get into Wssu?
As part of the UNC system, WSSU requires that applicants successfully complete these courses:
- Four units of English.
- Four units of Math (Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, and an Advanced Math)
- Three units of Science (Biological Science, Physical Science, and a Science with a Lab)
How many credits do you need to transfer to Wssu?
Applicants under the age of 21 with fewer than 24 transferable credit hours must meet the Minimum Course Requirements (MCR) and Minimum Admission Requirements (MAR) of 2.50 GPA and 880 SAT/17 ACT. How Will My Credits Transfer?
How long does it take to hear back from Wssu?
Applicants should allow five days from the time we receive your mailed application and/or supporting documents for your status to update online. We will notify you in the event that your application is incomplete or further action is required of you.
What is Ramdition?
Ramdition is a fun-filled information-packed week that prepares you for success at WSSU. Meet your classmates and Legacy Leader. Work with faculty, staff, and advisors. Engage in workshops, seminars, and social events. Welcome to the RAMily!
Does Wssu accept application fee waivers?
All permanent, full-time WSSU employees who work 30 or more hours per week for nine or more months are eligible for tuition and fee waivers for a course taken at any of the of the University of North Carolina System campuses. Application or pre-registration procedures may differ between UNC institutions.
What is the application fee for Nccu?
What school produces the most black lawyers?
HBCU’s notwithstanding, at 10.5 percent Harvard has one of the highest percentages of black law students.
Is Nccu test optional?
Please note that NCCU is not a test optional institution; however, we have elected to waive your scores during the 2020–2021 school year.