What factors are considered in the application process?

Asked by Inservice Vai on Thu 6/30/16 9:57 AM
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Inservice Vai Thu 6/30/16 9:57 AM

All of the following factors are very important to the application process:

Your church interview with your bishop and stake president (Part 3) – you must be completely active and "endorsed" by your Church leaders Seminary and/or institute attendance (Part 4)

A “B” average or higher high school grade point average (GPA, US system)

Your Church service – extra consideration given to returned missionaries

Your essay (Part 7) – this is not an English test, but rather a chance to share more about yourself and why you want to attend BYU–Hawaii

Your financial situation (Part 8) – you need to be able to show that you have enough money to study at BYU–Hawaii or that you are eligible for scholarships

ACT score of 21 minimum and 25+ to be competitive / SAT score of 1130 or higher. Remember that ALL college and university transcripts need to be official. Faxed copies will not be accepted.

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