SkateLeft Posted June 26, 2012 Share Posted June 26, 2012 In a recent email from the regional admissions counselor at the University of Alabama, I received the following statement: "As far as requirements for home schooled students, as long as the home school program that you use is accredited, her high school transcript, community college transcript, and ACT scores will be sufficient." Our homeschool program is *not* accredited. :) I know several of you have had students who've applied to UAL and been accepted, so I'm wondering what your application experience has been. Did they actually want an accredited transcript? Or were they happy with your homeschool transcript? She qualifies for their full-tuition scholarship, and considering that the community college she's attending for her junior and senior year is regionally accredited, I find it hard to believe that they'd make an issue over accreditation of her 9th and 10th grade mommy grades! Thanks for any advice! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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