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Homeschooled Students

A candidate for admission who has been homeschooled is asked to follow the below guidelines in the application process. Please note that all homeschooled students are required to meet their home state requirements and submit appropriate supporting documentation demonstrating that they have done so, should they be asked to by Monmouth University.

We ask that you submit one of the following credentials, in addition to the First-Year Student Application Requirements:

  • Transcript from a homeschool program, private school, or primary teacher. If a primary teacher is providing the transcript, the teacher should complete Monmouth University’s Curriculum Chart for Homeschooled Students. Please note that if any part of your high school education was completed in a conventional public or private high school, Monmouth University requests the transcript of that academic work be sent directly from the registrar of that school. Additionally, if you have completed any college-level coursework while in high school or to satisfy graduation requirements, we request that you submit all official transcripts. If coursework is still in progress, please submit a course schedule.
  • Portfolio of academic work completed to include syllabi, list of textbooks used, academic curriculum outline, and any other documentation of academic work completed. The portfolio must include grade evaluations by the primary teacher. Also requested with the portfolio is Monmouth University’s Curriculum Chart for Homeschooled Students, to be completed by the primary teacher. All students who apply to Monmouth University must demonstrate that they have completed the following Carnegie Units: four units of English, three units of mathematics, two units of social studies, two units of science, and five additional units of academic electives chosen from the following areas: English, social studies, science, humanities, foreign languages, and mathematics.

Questions About How to Apply? Contact Us

Liz Gensemer

Associate Director of Undergraduate Admission

Admission – Undergraduate

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