Want to know if you'll be admitted to Midwestern State University? Use the chart below to find your class rank, and then determine what scores you will need in order to get in!
|Class Rank||Old SAT Minimum Scores|
(Taken Prior to March 2016)
|New SAT Minimum Scores|
(Taken March 2016 or Later)
|Top 10%||Automatic Admission||Automatic Admission||Automatic Admission|
|Home School/Non-Ranking||By Review||By Review||By Review|
*The old SAT scores above are comprised of Critical Reading and Math components only. The new SAT scores are comprised of Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, and Math components. Entrance exam scores must be received from the College Board and/or ACT or be on official high school transcripts in order to be reviewed. MSU will super score test results but super scoring will occur only within the same version of the SAT, not across old and new versions.
In addition to your rank and test scores, you must meet the following high school curriculum requirements:
|Texas Public High School Graduates||Private School, Home School, or Out of State Graduates|
|Distinguished Achievement Plan||Curriculum that is of equivalent rigor and content|
|Advanced High School Plan|
Meet College Readiness Benchmarks:
SAT: Critical Reading + Mathematics + Writing = 1500 out of 2400 or the equivalent.
ACT: English = 18, Reading = 21, Math = 22, Science = 24
Recommended High School Plan
|Foundations Plan WITH an Endorsement|
|Some exceptions apply - contact the Admissions Office with questions.|
This is to ensure our incoming students are adequately prepared for college-level work at MSU!
for accredited Texas public high school graduates only!
You will be admitted to Midwestern State University automatically if you have:
- Graduated from an accredited Texas public high school within the two years prior to the academic year for which admission is sought,
- Submitted a complete application, high school transcripts showing top 10% rank and an SAT or ACT score, AND
- Have graduated on one of the approved plans denoted above (Recommended, Advanced, Distinguished, or Foundations WITH an endorsement).
If You Have Attempted Dual Credit/Concurrent Courses:
If you have attempted collegiate work through a concurrent or dual credit program while in high school, you must meet beginning freshmen admission requirements (regardless of hours earned) and have a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on collegiate transfer work. Official transcript from the college(s) you have attended must be submitted to MSU Admissions.
Individual/"By Review" Process:
Let's say you don't meet the minimum requirements listed above (taking into consideration graduation plan, rank and test scores). At that point, you will go through an individual review process. Rigor of high school curriculum, grade point average, rank, and test scores will all be taken into consideration to render a decision and you may be admitted "by review".
If you have graduated or intend to graduate from an unaccredited high school or home study program or completed a GED in lieu of the high school diploma, will be considered for admission on an individual basis. ACT/SAT minimum scores are required.