With a GPA of 3.42, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania requires you to be around average in your high school class. You’ll need a mix of A’s and B’s, and very few C’s. If you have a lower GPA, you can compensate with harder courses like AP or IB classes.
How hard is it to get into Slippery Rock University?
Slippery Rock admissions is somewhat selective with an acceptance rate of 71%. Students that get into Slippery Rock have an average SAT score between 1000-1170 or an average ACT score of 19-24. The regular admissions application deadline for Slippery Rock is rolling.
What GPA do u need for Slippery Rock?
We are seeking students who:
Have attained at least a 3.25 GPA or higher in college preparatory coursework.
What SAT score is required for Slippery Rock University?
Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania admissions is selective with an acceptance rate of 70%. Half the applicants admitted to Slippery Rock University have an SAT score between 1000 and 1170 or an ACT score of 19 and 24.
Is Slippery Rock University a party school?
Not because Slippery Rock University has a reputation as a big ‘party school‘ and not because we are harboring a slew of alcoholics. And now, a brief interruption from your regularly scheduled staff editorial to bring you this important message: Drawstring bags do not conceal anything.
Does Slippery Rock University require SAT essay?
Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania considers the SAT Essay/ACT Writing section optional and may not include it as part of their admissions consideration. You don’t need to worry too much about Writing for this school, but other schools you’re applying to may require it.
Why is slippery rock called Slippery Rock?
Legend has it that in colonial times, soldiers were being chased by the local Seneca Indians. The troops, wearing heavy boots, were able to cross the creek, but the Indians, wearing moccasins, slipped on the rocks in the creek bed. They named the creek Wechachochapohka – a slippery rock.
Is Slippery Rock University rolling admissions?
Due to COVID-19 our department will now be admitting students on a rolling admissions basis. With that in mind applications should still be submitted as early as possible.