|Applicant Competition||Very Low|
Can I get into University of North Carolina at Asheville? The school has a 76% acceptance rate. Last year, 2,675 out of 3,523 applicants were admitted making University of North Carolina at Asheville an easy school to get into with a very good chance of acceptance assuming you meet the requirements. Academically, it has difficult requirements for admission test scores, generally admitting students who score in the top 34 percent. University of North Carolina at Asheville typically accepts and attracts "A-" average high school students. Only 25% of those admitted chose to enroll in the school.
|SAT Test||25th Percentile Score|
|SAT Reading 25th||580|
|SAT Math 25th||540|
|SAT Composite 25th||1120|
|SAT Test||25th Percentile Score|
|SAT Reading 75th||680|
|SAT Math 75th||630|
|SAT Composite 75th||1310|
What are the SAT requirements for students to be admitted to University of North Carolina at Asheville?
University of North Carolina at Asheville typically requires applicants to be in the top 37 percent of SAT test takers. The school consistently takes SAT composite scores down to 1120 on a 1600 scale, below which admission should be considered a reach. We estimate some students could be accepted with SAT's as low as 1025. The estimated average SAT composite for admitted freshman is 1215 out of 1600. 45 percent of applicants submit SAT scores to the school. Note: SAT scores presented on this page have been adjusted upwards per the College Board's concordance tables for test takers after March 2016.
|SAT Score (1600 scale)||Competitiveness||Admission Chances|
|1310 and Above||Good||>84%|
|1215 to 1310||Avg +||76%-84%|
|1120 to 1215||Avg -||65%-76%|
|1025 to 1120||Reach||52%-65%|
|Less than 1025||Low||<52%|
|ACT Test||25th Percentile Score|
|ACT Reading 25th||22|
|ACT Math 25th||21|
|ACT Composite 25th||23|
|ACT Test||75th Percentile Score|
|ACT Reading 75th||30|
|ACT Math 75th||26|
|ACT Composite 75th||28|
What are the ACT requirements for prospective students to get into University of North Carolina at Asheville?
Admission data indicates that University of North Carolina at Asheville regularly accepts students with ACT's of 23 and above. Successful applicants typically send ACT scores in the top 32 percent nationally. We estimate the school accepting minimum ACT composite scores around 20 in some instances. Prospective students submitting an ACT composite of 26 or higher should be in the upper half of applicants - and students with a 28 and above have very competitive chances. 48 percent of applicants submit ACT scores to University of North Carolina at Asheville.
|ACT Score||Competitiveness||Admission Chances|
|28 and Above||Good||>86%|
|25 to 28||Avg +||76%-86%|
|23 to 25||Avg -||67%-76%|
|21 to 23||Reach||58%-67%|
|Less than 21||Low||<58%|
You will need exceptionally good grades to get into University of North Carolina at Asheville. The average high school GPA of the admitted freshman class at University of North Carolina at Asheville was 3.98 on the 4.0 scale indicating that primarily A- students are accepted and ultimately attend. If your high school grades are above the average 3.98 GPA, you have a very good chance of being admitted as University of North Carolina at Asheville accepts 76% of all applicants.
|High School GPA||Freshmen Within Range||Admission Chances|
|3.50 to 3.75||18%||Avg -|
|3.25 to 3.50||8%||Reach|
|3.00 to 3.25||3%||Reach|
|2.75 to 3.00||2%||Reach|
|2.50 to 2.75||N/A%||Low|
|2.25 to 2.50||N/A%||Low|
|2.00 to 2.25||N/A%||Low|
|Percent of Admitted Who Enrolled (Admission Yield)||24%||27%||25%|
What are the requirements for admission to University of North Carolina at Asheville and what considerations affect admission decisions?
|High School GPA||Required|
|High School Class Rank||Required|
|Completion of College Preparatory Program||Required|
|Demonstration of Competencies||Neither required nor recommended|
|Credit for Life Experiences||No|
Primary data source, U.S. Department of Education https://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/?id=199111 IPEDS survey data for University of North Carolina at Asheville.