What classes should I take in high school to qualify for admission to Gardner-Webb?
While a fixed pattern of high school credits is not prescribed, the following minimum course distribution is recommended as the basic preparation for academic work at Gardner-Webb University:
|Social Science||2 Units|
|Foreign Language||2 Units|
|Natural Science||2 Units|
What are the GPA and SAT/ACT requirements for admission to Gardner-Webb?
- GPA - Minimum of a 2.50 grade point average *
- SAT - Math and Critical Reading Total of 870 (minimum) *
- ACT - Composite score of 18 (minimum) *
*The preceding information regarding GPA and SAT/ACT are base lines for academic success. The writing sections of the SAT and ACT are collected to strengthen the applicant's overall application in relation to admission and academic placement.
- Submit results of Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). A minimum score of 500 (paper) or 173 (computer based) is required.
- Complete an International application
- Submit documentation of your ability to financially support yourself while in the United States to your Embassy and to Gardner-Webb.
- Submit all transcripts of foreign college credits to World Education Services (WES) for evaluation prior to mailing to Gardner-Webb. WES applications are available at www.wes.org or call 1-800-937-3895.
- International Document Processing Fee of $100 (U.S.) will be required by money order, credit card, or wire transfer.
- An I-20 will be sent after formal acceptance and receipt of the $100 fee.
- Official high school transcript.
- Official college transcript from all colleges attended.
- SAT or ACT scores.
- High school grades and entrance exams are not required if you have completed 15 semester hours of college credits with at least a 2.0 GPA.
- Complete an Application.
- Submit Academic Documents
- Official high school transcripts (grades 9 through 12) to Gardner-Webb University.
- SAT or ACT scores to Gardner-Webb University via the College Board or high school Guidance Office. Senior year scores are preferred (Gardner-Webb's code for the SAT is 5242 and the ACT code is 3102).
- Transfer students - see requirements above.
- International students - see requirements above
- Send in an application fee of $40 (waived if student applies online). International students - $100 (U.S.)
|Mail to:||Fax to:|
|P.O. Box 817|
|Boiling Springs, NC 28017|
- You will be contacted by your admissions counselor if more information is needed.
- We will notify you within three weeks regarding your admission status.
- Please contact your counselor if you have any questions.
- Fill out a FAFSA. The FAFSA code for Gardner-Webb University is 002929.
- Go to Gardner-Webb's Financial Planning site for scholarship information.
- You will automatically be considered for the Gardner-Webb University Fellows Scholarship upon your acceptance to the University.
- Admission decisions are made dependent upon the receipt of a completed application and all supporting documentation. Acceptance notifications will be delivered three weeks after these documents are received.
- For Nursing application information please refer to the School of Nursing Admissions page by clicking here.
- New & Transfer student orientation: August 16, 2013.
- Move In Day: August 16, 2013
- Move In Day: August 16, 2013
- What to Bring