Official high school/secondary school transcripts, a secondary school diploma or leaving certificate and examination results are required from all international first-year and transfer students.
Unofficial transcripts are accepted in order to complete your admission file. However, final enrollment is contingent upon receipt of official transcripts
All documents should be submitted in the original language. All documents in languages other than English must be accompanied by an official, literal, English translation.
Send all official high school and college transcripts to the Office of Admissions
Request your ACT, SAT and/or CLT scores be sent to ACU. ACT and/or SAT writing score is recommended. If you were unable to take a college entrance exam due to cancelled test dates, please review our test-optional policy.
To meet this requirement, please submit one of the following in order to demonstrate English language proficiency:
**Students who do not meet the minimum requirement may be individually considered for admission through a comprehensive review process, and may be required to take remedial English courses in order to further improve English language proficiency.
All international students must submit documented proof of English proficiency, unless they meet one of the following criteria:
student is a citizen of an English proficiency-exempt country
student has completed 2 consecutive years at a U.S. high school
student is transferring in 24 or more hours from an accredited U.S. university
Requirement of additional proficiency exam(s) will be at the discretion of the university.
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