Admission Policies

ICC is an open-door institution. However, students wishing to earn a degree or receive financial aid, must meet one of the following requirements:
1. A graduate of a high school that is accredited by the Kansas State Board of Education or a recognized state accrediting agency may be granted admission to ICC if the graduate’s classes meet the minimum requirements of the state of Kansas for a high school diploma. (Four units of English Language Art, which include three units of English; three units of social studies, which shall include one unit of United States history and at least 1/2 unit of United States government; two units of science, including one unit as a laboratory course; two units of mathematics; one unit of physical education; nine units of elective courses; minimum of 21 units of credit shall be required for each graduating class) High school applicants with high school certificates of performance, high school special education, or high school career and technical diplomas must take and pass an approved high school equivalency examination.
2. A transfer student, in good standing, from a regionally accredited university/college.
3. A successful completer of an approved high school equivalency examination.
4. A high school sophomore, junior, senior, or high school student enrolled in a recognized gifted program with written permission from the high school principal/counselor.
5. Home school students, refer to page 8.

Students must obtain, complete, and submit the following:
1. An Application for Admission
2. An official high school transcript, including final grades, grade point average, class ranking (if available), and graduation date or an official copy of approved high school equivalency examination scores needs to be sent directly to the Office of Admission.
3. An official copy of transcripts from each university/college attended prior to enrollment must be sent directly to the Office of the Registrar.
4. All first-time students are required to have ACT, SAT, COMPASS, or Accuplacer scores on file prior to enrollment for placement purposes. These scores must not be older than 2 years. Students who have not previously taken a placement test will be given the Accuplacer assessment test. This test will be given by appointment in the Tutoring Center Contact Admissions or the Tutoring Center to make an appointment.
5. A completed medical form is required for all students in residential halls and athletic programs. Students in these programs will be advised according to departmental policy and the appropriate forms will be provided.

Applicants are strongly advised to take the ACT/SAT for scholarship, advising, and counseling purposes. ICC’s ACT code is 014220.

Students who miss a full academic year or more will be required to submit a new Application for Admission. Official transcripts of all college credits earned since the last attendance must be mailed to the Admission Office/Registrar prior to the student’s enrollment in any subsequent semester. Students will be returning under the catalog in effect upon return.

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