The University has a selective admissions process, the objective of which is to identify men and women who have the highest potential for advancement in their chosen field of study. While a student applicant’s academic record is a reliable measure for the prediction of academic success, the admissions decision is more complex than admitting students on the basis of a numerical formula. With this intent, Lawrence Tech considers, in addition to the applicant’s previous academic record, factors which demonstrate an aptitude for successful study.
- Completed application
- Official high school transcripts
- ACT or SAT scores
- For all majors except Nursing: Essay describing your educational goals, highlighting your educational career, or describing your involvement in any leadership development programs
- Nursing Majors: Essay describing why you are choosing nursing as your major
- Application fee of $30
Admissions decisions are based on a student's recalculated GPA, ACT/SAT scores, and essay. Strong emphasis is placed on grade trends as well as the strength of the curriculum and rigor of a student's senior schedule. Students applying for game art, graphic design, industrial design, interaction design, interior architecture, and transportation design majors will also need to submit a design portfolio. For portfolio requirements, please contact the Admissions Office at email@example.com.
Lawrence Tech is on a rolling admission system so there is no formal deadline to apply to the University; however, it is highly recommended to submit your application documents as soon as possible to ensure ample processing time.
Admission is based upon your academic recalculated GPA, which includes courses in the following subject areas:
- Foreign languages
- Social sciences
- Natural sciences
Please note that the recalculated GPA is weighted, so any Honors, Advanced, or AP/IB courses will also be taken into consideration.
Recommended High School Course Work
While Lawrence Tech does not have a set list of required courses to apply to the University, there are courses that are recommended to aid in the transition to college. In particular, students who wish to study architecture, computer science, chemistry, engineering, mathematics, or physics are advised to complete the following high school course work:
- Algebra 1 and 2
- One semester of trigonometry
- One semester of pre-calculus or senior math
- Two semesters of chemistry
- Two semesters of physics
|Lawrence Technological University
Office of Admissions
21000 West Ten Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48075