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Glenville State College offers over 30 various types of programs under Bachelor’s programs, associate programs, online courses and dual enrollment degrees. Students admitted in the Fall and Spring intake seasons only are considered as regular students.
|Rate of Acceptance||69%|
|Average SAT Score||1000|
|Average ACT Score||19|
|Mode of Payment||Credit card|
|Academic programs||Four-year degree programs - 32|
Two-year degree programs - 5
|Student to Faculty ratio||13:1|
Students seeking admission for a 10 weeks summer school programs are given the catalog of Fall session. The application deadline can vary from course to course for international students. International applicants are advised to submit the application form with all required documents well before the prescribed deadlines.
Students applying to Glenville State College must submit the following documents to get their admission application processed:
All international applicants are required to submit proof of their English language proficiency. The minimum requirements are given below -
|TOEFL PBT||517 or above|
|TOEFL IBT||66 or above|
|IELTS||6 or above|
Note: Glenville State College will consider exceptions in case the above score standards are not met. In such scenarios, the official ACT/SAT scores will be taken into consideration. The student must complete a summer intensive English Program.
Students are required to initiate the visa process as soon as they get admitted to the Glenville State University. Students are then required to follow the below-listed steps to acquire an F-1 or J-1 visa -
The student will receive the F-1 visa if all documents are updated and correct.
The Glenville State College offers UG courses in the field of Accounting, Applied Science, Biology, Chemistry, Criminal Justice, English and Management. The applicants have to fulfil the following requirements to apply for admission:
Where to Apply: Glenville State College Online Portal- EdNet
Minimum score requirements are:
|SAT I composite (before January 2016)||870|
|SAT II composite(after January 2016)||960|
|GPA(high school)||3.0 on a scale of 4.0 Or 2.0 on a scale of 4.0 with ACT composite score of 18|
Note: Students with a GPA of 3.0 or above on a scale of 4.0 are eligible for admission to a bachelor’s program regardless of the ACT or SAT I score.