United States Curriculum (US)
To be considered for admission King’s University on the basis of the U.S. Graduation Diploma you must submit the following:
- Academic transcript including graduation status indicating all subjects taken and grades earned sent directly to King's University College from the institution attended. Applicants may be considered for conditional admission on the basis of mid-year/mid-term results. Mid-year results and an academic record to date must be submitted directly to King's University College from the institution(s) attended. Admission will be considered based on a minimum of 4.0 full senior academic courses.
- SAT Reasoning Test results submitted directly to Western by the College Board. Western institution number is 0984. A minimum SAT combined Evidence Based Reading and Writing + Math score of 1190 is required for admission consideration. Or, ACT Test results submitted directly to Western by ACT Institutional Services. Western institution number is 4837. A minimum ACT composite score of 24 is required for admissions consideration
- Advanced Placement external exam results are eligible for advanced standing. Results must be submitted directly to King's by the College Board. Western institution number is 0984 - Department 00. Further information on Advanced Placement credits is also available.
Applicants for whom English is not their first language and who have not lived or studied in an English language environment for at least four years are required to provide proof of English proficiency. Please click here for further information.
Is The SAT/ACT Mandatory For Fall 2024 Admission?
SAT and ACT scores are optional for Fall 2024 admission. It won’t affect your application if you cannot or choose not to submit test results. If you already have or plan to take the SAT/ACT, we still encourage you to submit your scores.
Applicants following an American stream of education in an International School with one of the following accreditations will be reviewed under the guidelines for U.S. applicants:
- Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSA)
- New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
- Cognia (formerly AdvancED)
- Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)
- Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS)
- National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS)
*Admission is competitive and enrollment is limited. Possession of the minimum requirements as listed here should not be viewed as a guarantee of admission.
*Applicants must disclose post-secondary attendance on the application form and submit official transcripts to the Undergraduate Admissions Office. If you have attended a post-secondary institution, please review the Transfer guidelines for admission.