Applicants typically receive their decision letter within two weeks of submitting all materials.
After all required application materials are submitted, a committee will review the application and make a decision. Typically, this arrives within two weeks after all materials are submitted.
Both academic and nonacademic factors that are presented in an application are used to make an admission decision.
Academic factors include academic rigor, GPA, class rank, and standardized test scores.
Scores from the ACT (American College Testing Program) or the SAT (Scholastic Assessment Testing Program) are also important factors taken into consideration.
Students graduating from an accredited secondary school with a strong college preparatory background are best prepared for academics at Carthage.
Parkside operates on a rolling admission basis and, as such, we reserve the right to stop accepting applications when we believe the enrollment capacities for the campus can be satisfied by the number of students already admitted.
We encourage you to complete your application early.
If any Advanced Placement (AP) courses exams were taken, scores must be sent prior to the start of the first semester of attendance to receive credit. Scores are not required for an admissions decision.
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