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Students may apply to the Clarke Honors College after they have been accepted to Salisbury University
Thank you for your interest in the Clarke Honors College at Salisbury University. Students who have been admitted to Salisbury University and who would like to apply to the Clarke Honors College are invited to apply electronically. You will be prompted to log into your admissions status portal using the email address and password that you established when creating your initial account. If you have not accessed your status portal, you can find instructions in an email with the subject line “We’ve got your app...” If you are still unable to login, please contact the Office of Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prospective First Year Students
For priority scholarship consideration, students should submit their applications by January 15, 2024, for the fall semester. Students applying for scholarships granted by the Clarke Honors College will be notified about their scholarships by February 1, 2024. All applications are due by April 15, 2024. Students who submit applications by February 1, 2024, will be notified of their application status by March 15, 2024. All others will be notified by May 1, 2024. We are always happy to answer questions about the application process, or any other Clarke Honors College matter.
The Clarke Honors College suggests that an incoming first-year student have a high school GPA of 3.5 to apply for the Clarke Honors College.
Applications from students who have not yet been offered admission to Salisbury University cannot be considered.
Incoming Students with a high school grade-point-average of 4.0 on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) are eligible to be automatically admitted into the Clarke Honors College. Students who wish to be admitted to the program under these conditions are recommended to email the dean of the Honors College Dr. Andrew Martino at email@example.com with a request for automatic admission. Please note, all students who wish to be considered for an honors scholarship must submit a complete application and essay, regardless of automatic admission.
Students automatically admitted into the Clarke Honors College under these conditions must enroll in an honors course their first semester in order to be considered for full admission.
Requests for automatic admission to the Clarke Honors College because of GPA and/or test scores will only be considered once an application for the CHC has been submitted. We regret that we cannot consider admission unless an application is submitted.
Transfer Students and Current Salisbury University Students
For best consideration, transfer students should submit their applications by March 1, 2024, for the fall semester. Transfer applications will be accepted on a case-by-case basis up until June 2, 2024, contingent upon available space in the Clarke Honors College. Students who submit applications by March 1 will be notified of their application status no later than May 1. All others will be notified by May 1. We are always happy to answer questions about the application process or any other Clarke Honors College matter.
Current students at Salisbury University are recommended to contact Dr. Andrew Martino, Clarke Honors College dean, at firstname.lastname@example.org with an admittance request before beginning the application process. Acceptance will be based on the student’s performance in a minimum of 12 credit hours of work at Salisbury University with a minimum of eight credit hours in General Education courses. Applicants must achieve at least 3.5 in courses taken during the period preceding their application to the Clarke Honors College. In addition, students are required to obtain one letter of recommendation from a Salisbury University faculty member to apply.
Honors students transferring from another NCHC institution are eligible to apply for the Clarke Honors College at the time of their transfer, provided they have a 3.5 post graduate GPA. Up to 12 hours of Honors credit from their previous institution will count toward the 24-hour requirement.