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I had a Doctorate from another institution while attendingMar 05 2012Unknown
I had a Doctorate from another institution while attending SCU. Admissions were based on previous work. If you are entering the school for an undergraduate degree, I would recommend concentrating on your SAT. If you are entering the school for a graduate or post graduate degree, your GPA from other school(s) is going to determine your eligibility.
SAT: 1180 Male
This isn't a hard school to get in toJun 09 2011Social Work
This isn't a hard school to get in to. They want your money so bad they transfer any kind of credit to get you in. No worries. Honestly, I don't know how this school was granted it's accreditation.
I simply applied, got accepted, and enrolledDec 09 2010Religion/Religious
I simply applied, got accepted, and enrolled. Had to send previous college transcripts for review. Typical admission requirements. Graduate program requires GRE scores.
As a for-profit private school, admissions are not anOct 16 2008Religion/Religious
As a for-profit private school, admissions are not an especial problem, they will work dilligently with any student to get them in if at all possible. Once application is made and you're connected to the system via an advisor, that person will generally do everything possible to secure your enrollment [within the confines of the necessary rules of course].
I paid $400Nov 16 2006Other
I paid $400.00 or so?! Pay them money, and you are in like Flin.

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