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Home Study or Unaccredited High School

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A student receiving home-school instruction can enroll as a high school concurrent student in the Murray State College Concurrent Enrollment Program if the eligibility requirements for junior and senior high school students are met.

  • A student receiving home-school instruction is considered a senior at 17 years of age or older
  • A student receiving home-school instruction is considered a junior at 16 years of age.
  • Eligibility criteria are based only on ACT (or SAT) scores. High school GPA does not apply.

Seniors (17 years of age): minimum 19 ACT Composite Score

To help ensure that you possess the skills necessary to be successful in college, you must have a 19 ACT subject score in English, Mathematics, and/or Science Reasoning to enroll in those courses. Additionally, you must have at least a 19 in Reading to enroll in any other collegiate course. NOTE: Students must have ACT scores which meet placement requirement for enrollment.


Juniors (16 years of age): minimum 21 ACT Composite Score

To help ensure that you possess the skills necessary to be successful in college, you must have a 19 ACT subject score in English, Mathematics, and/or Science Reasoning to enroll in those courses. Additionally, you must have at least a 19 in Reading to enroll in any other collegiate course. NOTE: Students must have ACT scores which meet placement requirement for enrollment.


For complete details, please visit www.mscok.edu, select the "Administration" link and then choose "Registrar's Office" link.
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