The quality of your academic performance, the rigor of courses selected and your grade-point average are the most important factors considered by the Admissions Committee. Submission of the results of the SAT I or the ACT is optional. Students who elect not to submit either an ACT or SAT are strongly encouraged to interview either on campus or with an area alumni representative. SAT II Subject Tests are also not required although you may provide these scores as additional information in support of your application for admission.
Third-party product certification labels to look for when making purchases of environmentally responsible products and materials.
Title IX is a law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any federally funded education program. Sexual misconduct is prohibited under this law. The responsibilities in this policy are legal requirements for the College under the Title IX legislation of 1972 which requires among other things that Colleges and universities investigate and act on knowledge of sexual assault—including educating and training campus personnel about their respective roles and responsibilities for reporting incidents.
This letter addresses the responsibilities that educational institutions have to respond to sexual harassment and sexual violence cases. Below is the direct link to the “Dear Colleague” letter pdf document for reference:
To be evaluated favorably for transfer credit as an Art History GE or major/minor credit, the course should meet the following criteria.
Department of Philosophy Transfer Credit Policy
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