No. Homeschool applicants fill out and submit the same application as all other applicants.
No. There are no separate or additional requirements for homeschool applicants.
Yes! Over 8% of this year’s incoming freshman class is made up of homeschool students.
The homeschool transcript should include the following information: personal and homeschool information (including anticipated/actual graduation date), the courses completed (including course title, final grade, and credits earned), an academic summary (total credits and cumulative grade point average), and an authorized signature and date. View sample transcript.
*If the homeschool curriculum has been with an organized program or published curriculum, this should be specified on the transcript. In the absence of such a program or curriculum, a course description and/or reading list for each class should accompany the transcript.
Though Taylor does not offer specific scholarships for homeschool students, there are outside scholarship opportunities available.
If needed, an academic reference form can be completed by the person or representative responsible for tracking academic records. View Academic Reference Form.
Homeschool parents and students can check out our “College Preparation Checklist” for recommendations on how to reduce stress and be prepared.
Contact Kristin Hoover, Taylor University’s Homeschool Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.