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Admissions Process

New Students
Building your OVU application file may seem like an overwhelming task, but it doesn’t have to be. In this toolkit we bring together everything you need to build and submit a successful application file. Just use each tool and follow each instruction, and you’ll have yours constructed in no time!

OVU Student

  1. Online Application
    Choose the appropriate APPLY ONLINE button, fill out the form completely and submit your application.
     
  2. ACT or SAT Score
    Use the links and codes below to make your scores available to OVU.

    A Student Site for ACT Test Takers: http://www.actstudent.org
    SAT - College Board: http://sat.collegeboard.org

    ACT / SAT CODES
    OVU ACT Code: 4548
    OVU SAT Code: 5519
     
  3. Transcript Request Form
    Complete the Transcript Request Form to request an offical transcript be sent to OVU.
     
  4. The Next Step: Finding the Right Roommate
    With your application file successfully built, the time has come to start the enrollment process. Getting the best roommate fit is an important part of that process. Completing the Roommate Request Form will help OVU’s Residential Life staff match your preferences with another student and get you started off on just the right footing.

 

Admissions Requirements
In order to be accepted for admission at OVU, you must meet the following minimum requirements:

  • High school GPA of at least a 2.5 on a 4-point scale
  • Composite of at least 18 on the ACT or a combined score of at least 1290 on the SAT. (Unless the student graduated from high school four or more years prior to the planned OVU enrollment.)
  • Applicants who do not meet the above criteria may be eligible for provisional acceptance.

For more information, refer to the OVU Academic Catalog.
 

Early College Entry Program
Ready to get a head start on college?

Ohio Valley University’s Early Entry program can help you do just that.
Select high school juniors and seniors can earn a maximum of six hours per semester and a maximum of 12 hours total.*

Why take college classes while you’re still in high school?
  • Gain college credit while still in high school
  • Complete course curriculum requirements early
  • Complete a baccalaureate degree sooner
  • Save on the overall cost of a college degree

Contact:
Lisa West, Senior Associate
Director of Admissions
304-865-6229

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Admission Requirements:
Minimum 2.8 GPA (on a 4.0 scale).  Recommendation from high school guidance counselor.  

Program Cost:
Early entry students pay only $75 per credit hour. This is a special discounted tuition rate for this program only.
*Permission to exceed these limits must be obtained through the admissions office.

 

Returning Students
For students who would like to re-apply to OVU, complete the Re-Application Form and send offical transcripts from all other institutions attended.

 

College Costs
2014-2015 tuition for 14-17 hours is $8755 per semester or $17,510 per year. General fees are $875 per semester or $1750 per year. Scholarships are available from $300 to full tuition.  Honors scholarships are awarded based on academic credentials at the time of admission. Information about FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid can be found at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov. See the Fall/Spring 2014-2015 OVU Cost Sheet showing estimated costs for typical undergraduate boarding students.

 

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