EMU admits students on a sliding scale based primarily on a combination of high school grade point average and ACT or SAT score. If you have a high GPA, you may be admitted even if your test score is below our average. And if you have a high test score, you may be admitted with a lower-than-average GPA. EMU does not evaluate the writing portion of the ACT in our admissions process. We admit students on a rolling basis, and we typically notify you within 2-4 weeks of the time we receive all of your admissions materials.
The average student coming to EMU directly from high school has a GPA of at least 3.05 and an ACT score of at least 21. These are not the minimum requirements for admission to EMU, but the median score of the average student enrolling at Eastern Michigan University.
If you'd like to talk with an admissions adviser about your specific situation, call 800-GO.TO.EMU.
Follow the instructions for regular first-year admissions. ACT or SAT scores are not required if you are 21+. Please contact us if you have specific questions about enrolling after a gap in your education.
If you have earned 12 or more credits at another college, you will need to apply to EMU as a transfer student.