3.0 is pretty low for Rutgers, but if your SAT scores are very high, there might be a chance.
of course you can. rutgers accepts people who have a 3.6 gpa, so you're good.
There are lots of colleges that will accept a 2.4 GPA. One such is Webber International University in Florida and Kentucky State University and Shaw University will all accept a GPA of 2.4.
Rutgers is an university in New Jersey with enrollment of 58,788 as of 2012. For transfer students the average GPA for enrollment is between 3.6 and 4.3.
While Rutgers University considers each application, a high school GPA of 3.0 would likely be rejected. It may be considered separately on the merits of the individual student.
The required SAT score for Rutgers University, New Brunswick is 1600. The required GPA for the college is a B plus.
There are a lot of colleges that will accept a GPA of a 2.3, such as Northern Kentucky University. You will have to meet their benchmarks on the ACT.
American Intercon. University Univeristy of Phoenix will accept anyone with money.
They usually dont accept people without atleast an honnors.
If your SAT is 2000 and above then 3.3 UNW and 3.7 W should get you into Rutgers
I don't think Harvard will accept people who cannot spell Harvard correctly. Therefore the probable answer is: more GPA than you have.
GPA might not matter as much as being able to spell RUTGERS. They say that it is important, but as long as you have a 3.5 you should be fine
Albany state university and Nova
University of Hawaii!! Pachou!
Yes, they'll accept anyone. I got in with a 2.2.
The University of North Dakota will accept a 2.25+ GPA if you also have an ACT of 22 or higher.
no regular UNIVERSITY willl accept a 1.9 you need at least the average GPA to get into any regular university if not i sugest going to a community collage first regaining the credits transfering.
yeah it can. i got in with a 3.14.
Texas Southern University, Prairie View A&M University
San Diego State and the University of South Carolina are some universities that will accept a 2.5 GPA. West Virginia University is another university that accepts a 2.5 GPA.
Most of the state sponsored colleges in Missouri will accept a student with a GPA of 2.0. The University of Missouri and the University of Central Missouri are two of them.
What colleges will accept a 2.2 GPA
Walden University, wichita state university some programs, and u of phoenix would accept anyone with money
Well, it depends on the college and how bad your GPA is. If it is really bad most university level institutions won't accept you. There is always community college.
Many more than you might think. Eastern Michigan University, for one.
No, it has to be at least 2.8 lower then that, the probably wont accept you. You can try really early.
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