Continuing students are those previously enrolled in the University in the immediately preceding semester, or have valid leaves of absence for the for the period during which they have discontinued their studies, and are enrolled in the same course.
At the time of his enrollment, a continuing student must have a copy of his grades for all the subjects of the previous semester. A student with failures is subject to the retention policy of his department and will require office-go-signal before he can enroll.
ARE YOU A SHIFTEE?
A continuing student is an applicant who:
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Students must have a 3.0 weighted GPA in the academic core courses in order to be admitted to the University of San Jose – Recoletos. The academic courses include: English, math, social sciences and natural sciences. A weighted GPA takes into account the extra difficulty of honors, AP or IB classes. If you have not completed the required high school courses, you will not qualify for regular admission to University of San Jose – Recoletos regardless of your GPA or test scores.
If a student does not meet the Academic GPA requirement, students who graduate with an Advanced Diploma from a Nevada High School will be granted admission to the University. 13 core courses must be also be met in English, mathematics, social studies and natural sciences.
Submit your final official high school transcript to support your application for admission.
If a first-time new student does not meet the GPA requirement, they may use an SAT Critical Reading and Math combined score of 1040 or an ACT composite score of 22 in place of the GPA requirement. Test scores are required for admission. 13 core courses must be also be met in English, mathematics, social studies and natural sciences.on.
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