Home Schooled Students

Eugene Lang College welcomes applications from home schooled students. Home schooled applicants must meet the following criteria to be considered for admission to Lang:

  1. The Admission Committee does not require preparation in every academic area, but applicants should demonstrate substantial work in English, history, social studies, foreign language, mathematics, and science.
  2. Home school applicants must send an official transcript from your sponsoring high school or state home school association. If an official transcript is not available, you are required to submit either GED, TASC, or HiSET test score results by postal mail.Home school applicants must provide the equivalent of a high school transcript with course or subject titles, duration of study for each title, content of study for each tile, and an assessment of performance or “grade.” Preferably, the courses completed at home are part of a curriculum developed and evaluated by a nationally recognized diploma granting organization or agency. If not connected with such an organization, home school applicants must obtain and submit a GED as confirmation of completing a generally acceptable secondary school curriculum. If an official transcript from a state home school association or sponsoring public high school is not available, home school students must submit an equivalency or GED, TASC, or HiSET exam results. Individual home school transcripts with date of completion do not suffice as official proof of graduation.
  3. Home School applicants MUST submit standardized test scores from either the SAT or ACT. Applicants may submit two standardized subject test results in lieu of the SAT.