We're excited you've decided to take the first steps toward your
future by applying to Saint Leo University.
Applicants for regular admission status are recommended
to have successfully completed the following high school
courses by the time they enroll at Saint Leo University:
Admission to Saint Leo University is a simple, straightforward
process. Applicants should submit the following materials to the
Office of Admission. Applications are evaluated on a rolling
Application, recommendation and transcripts can be sent to:
Office of Admissions, MC2008
PO Box 6665
Saint Leo, FL 33574
Fax: (352) 588-8257
Students are strongly encouraged to visit the campus. Interviews
are not required, but a visit enables the candidate to talk with an
admission counselor, tour the campus, visit classes, and meet
faculty and students. Schedule your visit today.
Credit is awarded for a score of 3 or higher for select subject
exams. The maximum limit on standardized examination transfer
credit is 40. High school students who have earned AP credit are
not considered transfer students.
Students who have been enrolled in dual enrollment coursework
should also request that we receive an official transcript from the
institution(s) through which they were enrolled. Download a College Transcript
Release Authorization Form. High school students who have
earned dual enrollment credit
are not considered transfer
Students earning IB diplomas may be considered for admission as
sophomores. Saint Leo awards 30 semester hours of credit to
students who have completed the IB diploma and have obtained a 5,
6, or 7 in their higher-level subjects. Students who do not
complete the full diploma will receive six semester hours of credit
for higher-level examination results of 5, 6, or 7 on a
case-by-case basis. High school students with IB diplomas or IB
credit are not considered transfer students.
Saint Leo University accepts credits for passing scores of A, B,
C, D or E on the British AS-Level or A-Level courses. No credit is
offered for Ordinary Level courses.
In order to assess a home-schooled applicant's likelihood of
success at the University, the Office of Admission requires several
forms of documentation in addition to the standard application
Each year, a small number of carefully selected students who do
not meet regular admission requirements—but who exhibit potential
for academic success—are admitted to our PAL Program. The program
provides the academic support, structure and guidance to prepare
students for a successful transition to the college experience.
Contact the Office of Admissions for more information about