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ADMISSION TO THE J-School:

Path 1: Direct admission from high school
Students must first meet admission requirements for the University of Kansas

Students will be considered for admission directly out of high school if they:
   
•  Have composite 24 ACT / 1090 SAT (or higher) and
   
•  Cumulative GPA of 3.0 (or higher)
   •  Apply to KU and indicate journalism as your intended major

     

 

Path 2: Change of school admission/Transfer Students
Students must first meet admission requirements for the University of Kansas

Considered for Admission if:
   
•  Complete/enroll in 24 or more credit hours (at KU or elsewhere) with 2.5 GPA or higher and
   
•  Complete/enroll in JOUR 101 (or equivalent) by application period and earn C or higher 

     

 

Current KU Students

Considered for Admission if:
   
•  Complete/enroll in 24 or more credit hours (at KU or elsewhere) with 2.5 KU GPA or higher and
   
•  Complete/enroll in JOUR 101 by application period and earn C or higher and
   
•  Apply to J-School by Feb. 1 or Sept. 1

Application available at the beginning of each semester.
Admission is competitive. If the school must set an admissions quota, students with the highest ACT (or SAT) scores and grade-point average will be accepted.

    


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