Welcome to Heritage University!
- Motivated to learn?
- Filled with a genuine desire to attend Heritage University?
- Able to show that you can benefit from our educational programs?
If you answered yes to all of the above, then Heritage wants you!
And even if you didn’t, we can help you figure out how college can fit into your life.
We aren’t influenced by arbitrary standards for grades, test scores, courses taken or academic achievements. That’s because getting into Heritage University as a freshman is more about where you are going than where you have been — and why our personalized assessment of your background will show how you can thrive at Heritage.
Ready to Start Unstoppable You as a Freshman?
Freshman Admissions to Heritage University
Our admissions process helps us gather information based on the above three questions. If you’ve met graduation requirements from an accredited high school, you’re eligible to apply for admission. Heritage University also admits students who have successfully completed testing requirements for a GED.
While no specific high school subject matter is required for admission, we recommend that prospective students complete the following:
- English: 3 years
- History: 3 years
- Laboratory science: 1 year
- Mathematics: 2 years
- Other academic subjects (such as language, social science, etc.): 4 years
A University Admissions Application or a Washington State Application Form: Available online.
An official high school transcript or GED transcript: After admittance, with submission of official test scores, credit may be given for College Level Examination Program (CLEP) or Advanced Placement (AP) coursework.
We encourage you to submit your official transcript(s) for placement review. In addition, if you have taken ACT, SAT and or the Smarter Balanced exams we encourage you to submit the official scores to the Office of Admissions for placement review.