Kansas Qualified Admissions
Beginning the fall semester of 2001, all high school graduates and anyone under the age of
21 must meet one of the following criteria to be admitted to any one of the six Kansas
Regents universities: An ACT score of at least 21; or, rank in the top third of their
graduating class; or, a grade average of at least a "C" (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) in college
preparatory courses (listed below). If you are not admitted to a Regents university you can
attend a community college. After completing 24 credit hours with sufficient grades, you
may reapply to a Regents university. The Kansas Regents universities are: Emporia State
University, Fort Hays State University, Kansas State University, Pittsburg State University,
University of Kansas, and Wichita State University. The following outlines the Norwich High
School courses that are required to meet the precollege curriculum.
English I; English II; English III; English IV
Students must take three units chosen from the following. (At least one unit must be
Chemistry or Physics) General Science; Biology; Chemistry; Principle of Technology I;
Principles of Technology II; Physics
Algebra I; Geometry; Algebra II
World Geography; World History; American History; American Government
Precollege Curriculum Requirements For Scholarship Applicants
As a Kansas high school graduate you may be eligible for one of three state sponsored
scholarship programs: State Scholarship Program, Minority Scholarship, and the Kansas
Teachers Scholarship. To be eligible, you must complete all the required courses for the
precollege curriculum plus an additional three units, as follows:
One additional unit for a total of four. At CHS this would be Senior Math.
Students are required to complete two high school units in one foreign language.
Students applying for state sponsored scholarship must take Biology, Chemistry and Physics.