Well-qualified students who meet all admission requirements and who are recommended by their high school guidance counselor may apply for early entrance whereby they may begin college after completing three (3) years of high school.
All undergraduate students (matriculated and non-matriculated) who have not enrolled in a course at the College for three consecutive complete calendar years must reapply to the Office of Admission.
In the reapplication process, students will pay the College application fee. Ordinarily, readmitted students will be required to follow the curriculum that is in effect at the time of readmission.
The College accepts the Advanced Placement Tests of the College Entrance Examination Board and will normally grant credit toward graduation to those students earning the score of three (3) or higher. Requests for advanced placement standing are made to the Dean of the Women's College and Undergraduate Studies after a student has enrolled.
Outstanding high school juniors or seniors who have the written endorsement of their high school principal or guidance counselor may register as part-time college students for one or two courses in the fall, spring, or summer sessions at the College of Saint Elizabeth.