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Requirements for Conditional Students

Steps for students seeking admission to the Division of Undergraduate Studies (DUS) with conditions.

Division of Undergraduate Studies with Conditions

Admission into the Division of Undergraduate Studies with conditions is an alternative to direct admission. It is designed for applicants who hold a high school diploma or equivalent but may not otherwise meet the initial criteria for entrance to the University or a particular program. Admission into the Division of Undergraduate Studies with conditions provides an opportunity to prepare for admission to a specific academic college or major.

DUS with Conditions Requirements

Baccalaureate (4-Year) Programs

A conditional student seeking admission to a baccalaureate degree program must complete a minimum of 18 Penn State credits with a minimum grade-point average of 2.0

Associate (2-Year) Programs

A conditional student seeking admission to an associate degree program must complete a minimum of 9 Penn State credits with a minimum grade-point average of 2.0.

If you meet the necessary credit and grade-point average requirements above, and you have previously submitted an application to Undergraduate Admissions and are attending or have last attended Penn State as a conditional student, you must complete the Conditional Reentry Form. Completed forms must be signed and dated prior to submission to Penn State Undergraduate Admissions.

Access the Conditional Reentry Form (PDF)