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Local Scholarship Opportunities!
 Sponsoring Organization   Deadline Award Application
Salome HS Booster Club April 20th$250
  • 2.75 GPA
  • Official Transcript (see Virginia)
  • Personal essay (accomplishments, educational goals, etc)
  • 1 Letter of Recommendation 
Must be mailed to:
Booster Club
PO Box 9
Salome, AZ 85348
La Paz County Stockmen's Association April 15th$500LPSCA Application 
 Soroptimist International of ParkerApril 15th $2,000Soroptimist Intl App
Tri-Valley Improvement Association  April 15th$250TVIA Application 
 Wickenburg Gem & Mineral SocietyApril 15th$3,000Wickenburg Gem & Min
Salome Lion's ClubApril 15th $500 Lion's Club Letter
 McMullen Valley Chamber of CommerceApril 21st $500Chamber Application 

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ARIZONA UNIVERSITY ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS

Assured Admission for Residents of Arizona

FRESHMEN

(Less than 24 transfer credits)

TRANSFER STUDENTS

(24 or more transfer credits)

·   Class Rank: Top Quarter (25%) and

·   Satisfactorily complete all core competency areas

Core Competency Areas

English, Mathematics, Laboratory Science, Social Science, Foreign Language and Fine Arts.

 

·   GPA: Minimum 2.5 (4.0 scale) on a minimum 24 transferable credits in basic academic subjects and

·   Satisfactorily complete all core competency areas

OR

·   Complete the Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC) or an associate degree with a minimum 2.0

 

Delegated Admission for Resident and Non-Resident Students

FRESHMEN

TRANSFER STUDENTS

·         Class Rank: Second Quarter (26-50%) or

·         GPA: have a 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale

and

·         Core Competencies: No more than one deficiency in two areas, except both not in mathematics and laboratory sciences

Non-Residents

·      GPA: Minimum 2.5 on 24 transferable credits

and

·      Core Competencies: No more than one deficiency in two areas, except both not in mathematics and laboratory sciences

 

ACADEMIC COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS

·         Competency may be demonstrated by 16 core courses from high school or the appropriate college courses within each subject area. In some cases, ACT or SAT scores may be used to satisfy competencies. Please refer to ABOR Policy 2-102 :

·         A minimum GPA of 2.0 is required for each competency (subject) area.

·         All FIRST YEAR and TRANSFER students with a combination MATH/LABORATORY SCIENCE deficiency are not admissible.

SUBJECT AREAS

HIGH SCHOOL CORE COURSES

COLLEGE COURSE WORK

ENGLISH

4 units

(Composition or Literature)

 

English I

English II

English III

English IV

One 3-credit English course

 

MATH

4 units

 

Algebra I

Geometry

Algebra II

Advanced Math (Alg II Prereq)

One 3-credit College Algebra course (for which at least intermediate Algebra, or its equivalent, is a prerequisite).

LABORATORY SCIENCE

3 units

 

One unit in at least three of the four areas (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth Science) An advanced level, e.g. advanced placement (AP) or honors course in a lab science completed previously can be used for a third unit.

Three transferable 4-credit lab science courses from a regionally accredited institution of higher education (including one semester each from three of the following: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth Science).

SOCIAL SCIENCE

2 units

 

One unit of American History and one additional unit

of any combination of 2 semesters of social science

such as:

European/World History, Economics, Sociology,

Geography, Government, Psychology, Anthropology,

or Philosophy

One 3-credit transferable American

History course and

One 3-credit social science course such as:

European History, World History,

Economics, Sociology, Geography,

Government, Psychology,

Anthropology, or Philosophy

 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

2 units

Two units of same foreign language

Two 3-credit courses in the same

foreign language

FINE ARTS

1 unit

One unit of fine arts or any combination of 2

semesters of fine arts

One 3-credit fine arts course

 


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