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The EAGER admission process allows outstanding high school students, or college students with fewer than 25 semester hours of academic credit, to request admission to Allen College.  If the EAGER applicant is admitted, enrollment is guaranteed for a specified term.  All admission criteria must be maintained, including satisfactory completion of all required general education coursework prior to beginning Allen College.

Allen College uses a holistic admission review.  The process balances academic achievement, work experience, extra-curricular involvement, leadership, community service, diversity, as well as, other applicable life experiences.

  • EAGER applicants must meet at least two of the following three criteria: 
    • ACT composite score of 25 or above or another equivalent standardized college entrance test score.
    • Minimum cumulative high school grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
    • High school rank in the upper 20% of their graduating class, or have taken the General Education  Developmental test (GED) with composite  score of 57 or above
  • Recommended high school curriculum:
    • English-8 semesters (2 semesters in Composition)
    • Math-6 semesters (2 semesters in Algebra)
    • Science-6 semesters (2 semesters in Biology, 2 semesters in Chemistry)
    • Social Sciences-6 semesters

Please note: Meeting academic admission criteria does not guarantee admission into the program.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  1. Submit official transcripts from all colleges attended;
  2. Have, at a minimum, a cumulative 2.7 grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) of 2.70 in the following courses: 
    • Anatomy & Physiology I*
    • Anatomy & Physiology II*
    • Chemistry*
    • Microbiology*
    • Nutrition*
    • Statistics*
    • Written Communication*
    • Oral Communication*
    • Sociology
    • Psychology

*Denotes courses that are considered in the grade point average of students holding a Baccalaureate degree.  All transferrable courses must be completed with a grade of C- or above.

       3.   An associate degree or certificate in dental hygiene from a regionally accredited institution;
       4.   Copy of a valid, dental hygiene license from the state in which the applicant is practicing,
             (must be kept current throughout the duration of the program)
       5.   Completion of a minimum of 30 semester hours of required transferrable general education
             credit from a regionally accredited institution(s).
       6.   Submit Written Reference
       7.   Essential Functions (coming soon)

 
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