Admissions

FAQ Homeschool

How do I earn college credits before I am a freshman?

The Anderson University LAUNCH Program allows qualifying high school juniors and seniors to take introductory courses on AU's campus and earn college credit prior to high school graduation. The Anderson University Early STEM Program allows qualifying high school juniors and seniors to earn college credit prior to high school graduation by enrolling in first yearengineeringchemistryphysics, or mathematics courses on AU's campus.

Are there different application requirements for homeschool students? 

The application process is the same as any traditional undergraduate student.

How do I turn in my transcript and what should be included?

Transcripts are required for admission through at least your junior year in high school along with a SAT or ACT score.  

Do AP/dual credit courses count for credit?

Information is currently online on the University Registrar website: Transfer Credit Policy [PDF] and Dual Credit listings.

Is there a separate visit day opportunity for homeschool students? 

There will be homeschool visit day during the spring 2017 semester. Date TBA. You are welcome to visit campus anytime for a discovery day or individual visit.

Who should fill out the guidance counselor recommendation form?

Anderson University does not require the guidance counselor recommendation form in the application process.

Are there special scholarships for homeschool students?

We do not offer specific scholarships to homeschool students but offer several scholarship opportunities to all undergraduate students.