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College Catalog: Admissions Requirements: General Admission to the College

Individuals are eligible for admission to PDCCC if they are high school graduates or the equivalent, or if they are eighteen years of age or older and able to benefit academically from study at the College, as demonstrated by assessment in reading, writing, and mathematics. Minimum scores are noted in the chart below:

VPT Compass Asset
Reading ENF 1 62 35
Writing ENF 1 32 35
Math MTE 1 25 33

Exceptions to this policy may be made by the college president only for documented reasons. PDCCC reserves the right to evaluate and document special cases and to refuse or revoke admission if it is determined that the applicant or student poses a threat, is a potential danger, is significantly disruptive to the College community, or if such refusal or revocation is considered to be in the best interest of the College. PDCCC also reserves the right to refuse admission for applicants that have been expelled or suspended from, or determined to be a threat, potential danger or significantly disruptive by, another college.

Individuals may be admitted to PDCCC as a curricular or non-curricular Student.

For all curricular students, the following items are required:

  1. Completed official application for admission with social security number requested.
  2. Official transcripts from all high schools, colleges, and universities attended. Graduates who complete secondary school in a home school setting must provide a graduation date and documentation of coursework.
  3. Additional information as stated by PDCCC for admission to specific programs or curricula.

For all non-curricular students, a completed official application for admission is required with social security number requested. Non-curricular students must satisfy all required course pre-requisites or placement testing requirements before enrolling in specific college-level courses.