Undergraduate Admission | Howard University

Every school requires an application with the bare essentials - high school transcript and GPA, application form, and other core information. Many schools, as explained above, also require SAT and ACT scores, as well as letters of recommendation, application essays, and interviews. We'll cover the exact requirements of Howard University here.

The University promotes academic excellence through a highly selective admission process
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The next case is a boy with a 3.36 GPA and 1300 SAT. In this case, the test scores are fine, but the transcript is worrisome. The course load is not rigorous, and his grades are all over the place. There’s no telling how such a student might perform. He has not taken advantage of what his high school has to offer. The presenter thinks this student is not forthcoming in his essay. “Even his application feels very guarded to me,” she says sadly. Zero votes for fall admission, eight votes to deny, and two to offer spring admission.


Howard University is one of only 48 U.S

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Four-year, three-year, and two-year scholarships are available based on academic merit and medical eligibility. Scholarship students are selected through national and on-campus processes. Once selected, students receive tuition, fees, books, and a subsistence allowance of up to $150 per month for up to 40 months. During enrollment in ROTC, students complete 33 credits of instruction and a varying number of hours of professional training. Upon completion of ROTC and graduation, they receive a commission in the U.S. Army or Air Force. Their compulsory service must be on Active Duty or with the Reserve or National Guard component of their branch of service. For more information contact Howard University Army, Air Force, ROTC department. Reconsider "small" scholarships when you look at the thousands of dollars you will probably spend on your education, a "small" scholarship, such as one worth $200, may not seem worth the effort. Yet, if you take the time to fill out the application, use two hours to complete an essay, then get the scholarship, you have just earned $100 an hour!