2014 Easiest Colleges to Get Into

With 2014 looming just around the corner, many students are scrambling to get accepted into college.  Many of these students were denied admission because of low test scores and not meeting other requirements of the colleges and universities to which they applied.  The clock is ticking and opportunities to retake the SAT and ACT tests are dwindling.  As we have discussed on this site repeatedly low GPAs and low test scores often keep students from being able to get into the colleges of their choice.  When that happens, it’s time to look for alternative solutions.

easiest colleges to get into 2014

There are numerous colleges and universities around the country that have extremely high, if not 100% acceptance rates.  Many of them do not care what your grade point average was in high school and they do not require a minimum ACT or SAT score to get accepted into their institutions.  Looking into these colleges is a good idea.  The best approach is to see which colleges are the most likely to accept you and then factor in all the other variables such as location, cost, major, etc.

Here is a partial list of schools that had 100% acceptance rates in the past couple years.  That means they didn’t refuse or deny anybody who applied to their institution.  That makes them extremely likely to accept a very high percentage of applicants in 2014.

30 Colleges with High Acceptance Rates (100%) for Students to Enroll in for 2014

colleges with high acceptance 2014

Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California
Baker College of Flint in Michigan
Boston Architectural College in Massachusetts
Chancellor University in Ohio
College of Saints John Fish and Thomas More in Texas
College of Staten Island in New York
Medgar Evers College in New York
Daytona State College in Florida
Everglades University in Florida
Fisk University in Tennessee
Granite State College in New Hampshire
Jarvis Christian College in Texas
Missouri Western State University in Missouri
New Mexico Highlands University in New Mexico
Oklahoma State University in Oklahoma
Potomac College in DC
Santa Fe University of Art and Design in New Mexico
St. Catharine College in Kentucky
St. Paul’s College in Virginia
University of Maryland
University of Pikeville in Kentucky
University of Texas-Brownsville in Texas
Utah Valley University in Utah
Wayne State College in Nebraska
Weber State University in Utah
Western New Mexico University

All the above colleges have had 100% acceptance rates in the past.  The ones below were over 99% acceptance rates.
Wilmington University in Delaware
University of Texas El Paso (UTEP) in Texas
Cameron University in Oklahoma
Herzing University in Wisconsin
University of Arkansas Little Rock

If any of the colleges and universities listed above peak your interest you should act right now.  Go to their websites and you can find the additional information needed to send in your application.  They all have different processes and timeframes for applicants so be diligent and make sure you send off all the required information accurately and quickly so you will get accepted in time to enroll in classes before the next semester starts.