Freshman Class Profile

These numbers show the middle 50% of freshmen admitted in Fall 2017, meaning that 25% of students were below this range and 25% were above. Some programs may have admitted at a more competitive level.


ACT Score: 27-33

SAT Score (no writing)*: 1360-1480

TOEFL: 102-110

GPA*: 3.37-3.89

*SAT score reflects the redesigned exam taken after March 1, 2016. To convert your scores to the pre-March 2016 exam, use CollegeBoard's SAT Score Converter. GPA is based on academic courses only using an unweighted 4.0 scale.

College of Agricultural, Consumer, & Environmental Sciences

ACT Score: 25-30

SAT Score (no writing): 1270-1420

TOEFL: 99-107

GPA: 3.23-3.78

College of Applied Health Sciences

ACT Score: 24-30

SAT Score (no writing): 1200-1400

TOEFL: 97-106

GPA: 3.30-3.80

Gies College of Business

ACT Score: 29-33

SAT Score (no writing): 1360-1460

TOEFL: 104-110

GPA: 3.50-3.90

College of Education

ACT Score: 24-28

SAT Score (no writing): 1280-1420

TOEFL: 101-107

GPA: 3.30-3.75

College of Engineering

ACT Score: 31-34

SAT Score (no writing): 1420-1520

TOEFL: 107-113

GPA: 3.67-4.00

College of Fine & Applied Arts

ACT Score: 25-30

SAT Score (no writing): 1260-1400

TOEFL: 97-106

GPA: 3.10-3.70

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

ACT Score: 27-33

SAT Score (no writing): 1370-1480

TOEFL: 103-110

GPA: 3.39-3.88

College of Media

ACT Score: 25-30

SAT Score (no writing): 1300-1440

TOEFL: 102-110

GPA: 3.19-3.70

Division of General Studies

ACT Score: 25-31

SAT Score (no writing): 1340-1450

TOEFL: 100-107

GPA: 3.21-3.71

School of Social Work

ACT Score: 22-27

SAT Score (no writing): Sample size too small to report

TOEFL: 100-106

GPA: 3.17-3.60

International English Testing System (IELTS)

Along with the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), the International English Testing System (IELTS) can also be used to show English proficiency. The typical scores for admission are a total of 7.5 to 8, with a score of at least 6 on all 4 modules.