Admission to the PLUS Program
Selection of students for admission to the PLUS Program is carefully directed by the program's administrators. Students with specific learning disabilities comprise the largest number of students served. However, any qualified disabled student is eligible for support. PLUS participants are assessed a program participation fee depending on the level of services requested.
There is great demand for the services provided through Muskingums PLUS Program. As such, admission is targeted to applicants who submit documentation that (1) adequately substantiates a disability that impacts learning and (2) indicates a reasonable chance of student success for degree completion at Muskingum University.
Students may apply to Muskingum University and the PLUS Program after completing the junior year of high school, or they may transfer from other postsecondary programs. Qualified students may apply for PLUS Program services either when applying for admission to the University or following their enrollment. Space in the PLUS Program is limited, and students are encouraged to apply early. Students should have a strong college preparatory secondary school curriculum. Generally, four years of English, three years of college-preparatory mathematics, and at least two years each of laboratory science and social sciences are recommended for admission.
Admission to the University and the PLUS Program is based on the complete set of application materials and the personal interview. Each applicant is evaluated by a committee of PLUS and Admission staff members to determine the students potential for successfully completing degree requirements.
For Muskingum University and PLUS Program admission materials, or for more information about admission into the PLUS Program, please contact our office by phone at 740-826-8280, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by mail at Walter Hall, Muskingum University, New Concord, Ohio 43762-1199.
For Additional Information about the PLUS Program
Additional information may be obtained from the PLUS Program by phone at 740-826-8280, by e-mail at email@example.com, or by mail at Walter Hall, Muskingum University, New Concord, Ohio 43762-1199.