Undergraduate Admission Requirements

Earning your undergraduate degree is a solid step toward a more fulfilling future, and a chance to grow both personally and professionally. At University of Arkansas Grantham, our commitment to delivering an exceptional student experience is second to none—starting with a $0 application fee and smooth enrollment, all the way through to graduation. And to make education more accessible, we provide new and returning students who enroll in a degree program a brand-new Lenovo laptop, at no additional cost.

Undergraduate Admissions

University of Arkansas Grantham requires completion of high school or its equivalent for admission into Grantham’s undergraduate and certificate programs.

Examples of acceptable documentation include:

  • Copy of high school diploma or transcript (an earned IEP or Special Education Diploma or Certificate of Completion based upon IEP goals does not meet the regular high school diploma requirement and will not be accepted by University of Arkansas Grantham.)
  • Copy of GED or state certificate awarded after passing an authorized test that the state recognizes as equivalent to a high school diploma
  • Official transcript indicating a qualifying associate, bachelor’s or master’s degree awarded from any school accredited by an accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation or foreign equivalent
  • Official proof of 60 or more transferable semester hours taken at the college or university level
  • If a prospective student earned an international high school diploma, a copy of an approved Foreign Evaluation Services report showing an equivalent to U.S. high school completion

Program Specific Requirements


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Home School & High School Requirements

University of Arkansas Grantham is pleased to provide an online opportunity to help home school and high school students achieve their educational goals.

University of Arkansas Grantham does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, disability, sex or age in admitting students to its programs or in administering its educational policies, scholarships or other University programs. Admission policies are based on inclusiveness — Grantham believes everyone should have the opportunity to pursue a college degree.