Apply to Cheyney University
In accordance with the criteria adopted by Cheyney University for admissions, six general requirements have been identified:
- Grade-point average
- Strength of curriculum (3 years of Math; 4 years of English Language; 3 years of Sciences; 3 years of Social Studies)
- Class rank
- SAT or ACT score
- High school profile
- Recommendations (optional)
Applicants must provide evidence of graduation or equivalent as determined by the Division of Professional Certification(GED).
Applicants to undergraduate programs are evaluated using several criteria, including grade-point average, standardized test scores (SAT or ACT), class rank and academic curriculum. Letters of recommendation and an essay are encouraged.
The office of Admissions ensures that all applicants are reviewed and evaluated fairly and equitably in accordance with university criteria for admission.
A candidate for admission as a first-year student must adhere to the following procedures:
- Complete a Cheyney University application and forward it, along with the application fee (i.e., a $20 money order, cashier's check, or certified check - personal checks are not accepted ), to the Office of Admissions. An electronic application is available at CollegeNET.COM
- Submit an official high school transcript (or evidence of equivalent preparation, e.g., GED), to the Office of Admissions.
- Have official SAT or ACT scores forwarded to the Office of Admissions.
Application Violation Policy
Applicants who misrepresent, alter, or withhold prior academic credentials may have their acceptances revoked. If the misrepresentation, alteration, or omission is discovered or occurs after enrollment, the student may be charged with violation of policy and dismissed from the university.