FAQ - First-Year Admission

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WHAT COURSES SHOULD I TAKE IN HIGH SCHOOL TO PREPARE FOR BERRY?

We recommend the following high school courses as the best preparation for students pursuing enrollment at Berry:

  • 4 YEARS OF ENGLISH 
    Grammar, composition, literature, etc.
  • 4 YEARS OF NATURAL SCIENCES
    Biology, chemistry, physical science, physics, environmental science, anatomy, etc.
  • 4 YEARS OF MATHEMATICS 
    To include Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry or Trigonometry and a fourth level of math that exceeds Algebra II, such as Algebra III, Advanced Algebra/Trig, PreCalculus, Calculus or Statistics
  • 3 YEARS OF SOCIAL STUDIES 
    History courses, economics, government, civics, geography, psychology, sociology, etc.
  • 2 YEARS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES
    We recommend two years of the same language, and we will accept languages such as Spanish, French, German, Latin, American Sign Language, etc.

WHICH STANDARDIZED TEST DO YOU PREFER:
THE SAT OR THE ACT?

Either the SAT or the ACT are acceptable exams for admission to Berry College. For admission purposes, we consider the critical reading and math sections of the SAT and the composite score of the ACT. Any student submitting ACT scores should take the optional writing portion.


Berry SAT Code: 5059
Berry ACT Code: 0798

WHO SHOULD I ASK FOR A RECOMMENDATION?

High school seniors are encouraged to submit a recommendation filed by a high school counselor or teacher. Transfer students are also encouraged to submit a recommendation filed by a current professor or advisor.

COUNSELOR RECOMMENDATION FORMTRANSFER RECOMMENDATION FORM



ARE THERE ANY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR HOMESCHOOLED STUDENTS?

The same criteria for high school applicants apply to homeschool applicants. In addition, homeschool students are required to submit two personal recommendation forms.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE HOMESCHOOL ADMISSION PROCESS



ARE THERE ANY FEES ONCE I HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED INTO THE PROGRAM?

Once you have been accepted to Berry College we encourage you to pay the enrollment deposit of $250.00 in order to reserve a space in new student registration (SOAR) and in the residence halls. Room assignments and registration dates are assigned according to the submission date of the deposit.

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