A high school or home schooled student (senior, junior or sophomore level) who is concurrently enrolled for courses at Texas State.
Sometimes used to describe a program by which colleges and universities admit outstanding students before the usual admission date or the admission of students before they complete high school.
US colleges and universities have two early admission programs, early action and early decision. Early decision commits the student to attending the school if admitted, early action doesn't. International students are generally not permitted to apply under early admission programs.
acceptance into a post secondary institution before completion of secondary school; admission standards are usually higher than for regular admission
Allows students to enter undergraduate programs after completing three years of secondary school. Early entrance is most often supported in cases where the secondary school is not equipped to provide a challenging academic program for a particularly well-qualified student or when a student has exhausted the opportunities in high school.
Admission as a freshman following completion of the junior year of high school.
A process whereby high-school students may apply and be accepted to university earlier than usual. Admission is contingent upon satisfactory completion of their high-school diploma.
Some colleges will admit certain students who have not completed high school, usually exceptional juniors. The students are enrolled full-time and do not complete their senior year of high school. Colleges usually award high school diplomas to these students after they have completed a certain number of college-level courses.
The practice of admitting students to college early. Usually, those students have not completed high school and are in their junior year of high school. Students who allowed early admission are usually students of exceptional ability who have demonstrated they can succeed in college. These students are enrolled full time in college.
Students can take the necessary standardized tests and apply early in their senior year for admission to some colleges. If you choose to apply for early admission and are accepted, the institution guarantees you a place and you promise to attend the institution.
An admission plan which allows a student to enter college at the end of the junior year in high school. Admission requirements are usually as stringent or more so than usual.
A policy under which students who have not completed high school are admitted and enroll full time in college, usually after completion of their junior year.
The practice of some colleges of admitting certain students who have not completed high school, usually students of exceptional ability who have completed their junior year. These students are enrolled full time in college.
Admitting students of superior ability into college courses and programs before they have completed the standard high school program.
Procedure used by colleges which allows gifted high-school juniors to skip their senior year and enroll instead in college. The term "Early Admission" is sometimes used to refer collectively to Early Action and Early Decision programs.
A program that allows highly qualified high school juniors to skip the senior year, enrolling instead in college. The term is also frequently used to refer collectively to Early Action and Early Decision programs.
Acceptance into a postsecondary institution before completion of Secondary school or acceptance before the regular admission date. Admission standards are usually higher for early acceptance.
A high school student who registers for college courses based on review of a letter of recommendation from the high school principal, letter of permission from studentâ€™s parent, high school transcript with GPA of 2.5 or higher, and results of ACT Test if student has taken it.
Early admission is a college admission plan in which students apply earlier in the year than usual and receive their results early as well. This benefits students by reducing the number of applications to be completed at one time, and by providing results early. It benefits colleges as they generally know what their accepted student pool will look like before the regular admission process begins.