|CLASS RANK||SAT/ACT SCORES*|
|Top 10%||Automatic Admission|
*MSU requires the writing section of the ACT/SAT entrance exams. The combined SAT is Critical Reading and Mathematics and a composite ACT score. The scores listed above in our sliding scale exclude the writing score. Entrance exam scores must be received from College Board and/or ACT to access essays.
Students who do not meet the minimum requirements will go through an individual review process with MSU Admissions. High school transcripts, rigor of curriculum, grades earned on high school transcript, grade point average and class rank will be considered to render a decision.
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. ACT/SAT minimum scores are required.
A beginning freshman student desiring early notification of an acceptance to the University may submit an application, either ACT or SAT scores, TAKS scores, and a copy of the official high school transcript reflecting grades through the sixth semester of the junior year. A projected date of graduation and class rank should be indicated on the transcript. Pending admission status may be given if all necessary information is not available to MSU Admissions. Early notification of acceptance may be advanced to full acceptance for admission after graduation from high school is verified with MSU Admissions by submission of an official high school transcript showing date of graduation and rank in class. Early notification of acceptance is not binding. If class rank changes or grade points for collegiate credit, MSU Admissions reserves the right to rescind an offer of admission.
Students who 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.
Students denied admission may petition the MSU Admissions Committee by submitting a signed letter to the Director's attention.
for accredited Texas public high school graduates only!
Students will be admitted if they graduate in the top ten percent of their class from an accredited Texas public high school if they meet the following conditions:
Students in this category may be required to enroll in certain courses in the summer after graduation or during the first semester of enrollment. ACT/SAT scores must be submitted.
Per state law, Uniform Admissions Policy, TEC 51.803-51.809 requires that all students must meet one of the following college readiness standards in order to be eligible to be considered for admission at a Texas Four-Year Public Institution.
|1500 out of 2400||English=18, Reading=21, Math=22, Science=24|
If you are currently attending another college or university and would like to apply for transfer admission to MSU, you must:
If you have earned fewer than 18 hours of college credit, you must have your high school submit an official copy of your transcript. You must also meet the requirements forfreshmen admission.
If you are currently attending another institution and would like to take summer classes at MSU, you must:
If you attended MSU previously but have sat a fall or spring semester or more, you must: