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09/08/2019

I want to know the prerequisites for Historic Black Colleges in florida?

QUESTION
I want to know the prerequisites for Historic Black Colleges in florida?
I am currently in a Community college in california and I would like to transfer a HBCU in florida, and i would like to know if there is a website so i can see what prerequisites i need to get done or classes i need. Unfortunatly the counselors at my current school are not helping me with any of this. Please any answers would be greatly appreciated.

ANSWER
Well…the historical black colleges in FL include: Bethune Cookman College, Edward Waters College, Florida A&M, and Florida Memorial College
–Bethane Cookman: “SAT or ACT is highly recommended or must be taken in the freshman year. Entrance Requirements: High school graduate (or equivalent) with a minimum 2.25 high school average; completion of the following units: 4 English, 3 mathematics, 3 Social Sciences, 3 science, and 6 academic electives; 2 modern languages strongly recommended; two letters of recommendation; a mandatory pre-entrance medical record; a written essay; and an interview with college officials.” Class of 2000/01 profile: Median SAT score: 810 [out of 1600 probably]; Median ACT score: 16; Average high school GPA: 2.65
–Edward Waters: Should have completed the following units: 4 in English, 3 in Math, 3 in Science, 3 in Social Studies. Of admitted students, 30% had h.s. GPA between 2.5 and 2.99, and 34% had h.s. GPA between 2.0 and 2.49.
–Florida A&M: SAT or ACT required; must have the following units: 4 of English, 3 of Math, 3 of Science, 2 of Foreign Language. Average GPA of accepted students: 3.18; 59.96% had an ACT score of 18-23. 47.2% had an SAT Critical Reading of 400-500 and 31.3% had an SAT CR of 500-600. 45.54% had an SAT Math of 400-500 and 30.5% had an SAT Math of 500-600
–Florida Memorial College: Must have the following units: 4 of English, 4 of Math, 3 of Science, 2 of Foreign Language, 2 of Social Studies. Must send in ACT or SAT. Of those accepted, 37% had a h.s. GPA of 2.50-2.99 and 34% had a GPA of 2.00-2.49