High Point University

Quick Facts
Degree Types: 
4-year
College Type: 
Private
Business Type: 
Non-Profit
Campus Size: 
1000 to 5000
On-Campus Housing: 
Yes
Annual Tuition: 
Unknown
Average Financial Aid Amount : 
$3280
Student to Faculty Ratio: 
16:1
Student Retention Rate: 
79%
Contact
High Point University
833 Montlieu Ave
High Point,
NC
27262-3598

General Information

High Point University is a private, non-profit college which is located in High Point, NC. It has a campus size of 1000 to 5000 college students. It also employs a semester-based calendar and offers undergraduate and graduate diplomas.

It is located in a medium-sized city, and provides college level courses and degree programs up to the master's degree level.

It is specifically a diversely focused baccalaureate college with an arts and sciences focus offering almost exclusively undergraduate degrees. Additionally, it is a somewhat selective school with low incoming student transfers, and boasts a medium-sized and highly residential student body.

The school has a student rate of retention of 79% - this percentage is typically a qualitative measure of the instruction within the school. Typically, the higher the percentage, the more that students enjoy being at the college.

The school also boasts a student to faculty rate at 16:1 - which is a good indication of the classroom sizes you'll experience at High Point University.

Admissions

High Point University does not have an open admission policy, and a minimum standard must be met in order a be admitted into the college. There is an application fee of $25 to apply directly to this school. In 2012, there were a total of 2222 male applicants, and 3749 female applicants that applied to this school.

Every college has different evaluation procedures when deciding on which students to admit into their college. High Point University looks at the following metrics when evaluating admission into the school:

  • High School GPA
  • High School Records
  • Completion of College-Level High School Courses
  • Recommendation Letters
  • Admissions Tests Like the ACT and SAT

When enrolling to a university, it is necessary to anticipate what kinds of credits can be transferred into the school. The admissions department at High Point University allows the following credits as transferable when applying:

  • Dual Credits
  • Credits From Work or Life Experiences
  • AP Credits From High School

Programs and Services

When selecting a prospective college to attend, it is necessary to fully develop your understanding of what programs and services are maintained by the college inside and out of the classrooms. High Point University offers its students these programs:

  • ROTC Programs
  • Study Abroad Options
  • Weekend and Evening Classes
  • Remedial Classes
  • Student Counseling Services
  • Federal Work-Study and Internship Programs
  • Job Placement Services

We recommend contacting the school directly using the school contact information found on this page, to retain a better idea about these services and how they are managed.

Tuition and Financial Aid

High Point University offers the following services to their student body to assist with tuition costs:

  • Payment Plans for Tuition Costs
  • Pay Later Tuition Programs
  • Certain Interest Free Loans