Online Undergraduate Admission Requirements


The admission policies and procedures of the Online Campus are designed to allow students the opportunity to begin 8-week courses throughout the academic year. The Online Campus program also allows non-degree seeking students the opportunity to enroll in a course for personal development.

Culver-Stockton College evaluates each candidate for admission on an individual basis. Apply for Free Online.

Transcripts/GED Scores: A copy of an official transcript or GED score is required and may be mailed to the Office of Admission, One College Hill, Canton, MO 63435. The transcript should include a cumulative grade point average (GPA). To be considered for acceptance to the College, a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 must be submitted. Students who are not graduates of accredited high schools may submit a GED.

ACT/SAT Scores: A copy of the ACT/SAT is required. C-SC's code for ACT is 2290, and 6123 for SAT. Minimum of 18 for ACT and 940 for SAT (critical reading and math scores only). Students who have not attended high school for more than five years are not required to submit an ACT or SAT score.

Home-Schooled Admission: Students will need a signed parental transcript. Also, submission of one of the following documents: a transcript from a high school or college where courses were taken for credit with a minimum cumulative 2.0 grade point average, a GED with a minimum average score of 500, or portfolio of representative work.

Transfer Student: Complete transfer application for admission. Submit official college transcripts from all institutions previously attended. Official high school transcript are required if applicant has less than 24 hours of college credit. To be considered for admission, transfer students must have a cumulative 2.0 grade point average.

Tuition: Each credit hour is $395.


English Proficiency: Students are required to be proficient in English. If English is not considered the applicants’ first language, a minimum TOEFL score is required for admission: 550 or higher (paper-based) or 79 or higher (Internet-based). Additional information regarding the TOEFL, including how to register for the test, is available online at

Payment Policy: Culver-Stockton College accepts all major credit cards, cash, money orders or personal checks. Tuition is due in full at the time of registration, prior to the beginning of class. If an employer or third party is reimbursing the student for the course upon completion, the student may submit proof of reimbursement from the employer, along with a $100 deposit.