To apply for undergraduate admittance to Neumont, a potential student must submit the following documents for review by the Admission Committee:
- Application for Admission
- Application fee or official fee waiver request
- Academic records, such as high school/college transcripts, GED, standardized test scores, AP/IB exam results, etc.
All students can expect to take courses or portions of courses online. All students, including both online and hybrid, will be required to complete an online readiness assessment during the admissions process.
Upon submission of all documents, the applicant’s file is scheduled for review by the Neumont Admission Committee. Applicants are evaluated for their academic potential, technical knowledge, and level of motivation. Official proof of high school graduation or the equivalent (GED) must be received to enroll and attend new student orientation.
Students may apply for admittance during all published admission periods. Applicants are informed of their application status after all information has been received and reviewed.