Undergraduate Program Requirements
Applicants who wish to be considered for under graduate studies should normally possess is 12 years of High School Graduation or equivalent qualifications approved by Newport University CED
Mature Student Admission
Applications can be made under mature student status. To qualify as a mature student, applicants must meet the following criteria:
Each applicant is reviewed individually. Each student admitted to the university as a Mature Student must achieve a minimum 60% overall average in their first term before they will be permitted to register for the second term.
Mature students must submit:
vocational schools) the student has attended.
academic success at the university.
A $100 application fee.
Admissions Policy for Students Not Possessing an Official Transcript of Marks
We recognize that those individuals who have followed a non-traditional route for education may possess the capabilities and competencies required to enter post-secondary programs. As such, we recognize the need to provide admission opportunities that are as fair and equitable for these learners as are those that pertain to applicants who have completed a basic education through regular schooling. Applicants not possessing an official High School Transcript of Marks or who have not obtained credentials from another post-secondary institution must:
1. Submit an Application
i. submit your Student Score Report from the College Board SAT Reasoning Test or
ii. submit a Student Portfolio (see below for specifics), and be interviewed by the Dean
Newport University CED will determine if the applicant meets competence equivalencies and is to be admitted to the program of choice.
The Student Portfolio should contain the following elements:
1. A description of the Grades 10, 11, and 12 curriculum used in any home-schooling program including a list of textbooks used and courses completed.
2. Samples of academic work such as book reports or essays in English literature, science laboratory reports, research on topics of interest, examinations, etc.
3. A student letter of intent or resumé that outlines the student’s:
i. educational goals
4. A parent’s written recommendation commenting on the student’s academic achievement and participation in and contribution to activities beyond the home.
5. A letter of recommendation from an impartial source indicating the applicant’s academic readiness for a university-level program of study.
6. Any additional material the applicant believes would assist the Registrar in making his/her decision.
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