Admissions & Enrollment Center
Schoolcraft College provides a friendly and supportive environment where you can prepare for your future and meet a diverse group of people. Schoolcraft College's open door policy supports our primary purpose of making higher education available to individuals interested in, and capable of, extending their education beyond high school. There is no charge to apply for admission to the College.
General Admission Criteria
- High school graduates and applicants who present a high school equivalency are considered for admission.
- Non-high school graduates at least 18 years old may be admitted if their high school class has graduated. These students may be asked to take the General Education Development (GED) Test or meet other requirements based on individual needs.
- Non-high school graduates less than 18 years old will be considered for admission based on assessment testing, recommendations from their high school principal, and interviewing with the Associate Dean of Enrollment Management and/or the Director of Student Advisement Services.
- Students still attending high school may take College classes at the same time if they present a recommendation from their high school counselor or principal. See High School Dual Enrollment and High School Special Enrollment.
Admission to the College does not guarantee admission to all programs of study. Special admission requirements must be met before a student is accepted into any limited enrollment program.