Homeschool Friendly Colleges List for Parents and Students

Here is a list of homeschool friendly colleges that I found. I'm sure there are many more colleges that are homeschool friendly than what is on this list, but this is what I have so far.

There are varying degrees of being homeschool friendly. Some colleges make it easier for homeschoolers to get in than others. I have heard that many colleges are seeking out homeschoolers. They know they can be good students, positive role models, and leaders. Who wouldn't want to have that on their campus?

I encourage students that I know to visit as many regular and homeschool friendly colleges as possible. The more you visit, the more you have to compare. Each college has their advantages and disadvantages. When you visit, you see those things that you can't see in a catalog or from an admissions rep on the phone.

For homeschoolers, I have heard that good ACT and SAT test scores will get you the best scholarships and financial aid packages at most colleges. There are lots of affordable SAT and ACT prep courses that a student can take to get prepared for the SAT test and ACT test.

There are also books like How to Go to College Almost for Free that teach students how to apply for and get lots of college scholarships.

College Plus is the best program to use if your student wants to get their degree from home for a drastically reduced cost in a fraction of the time. Sign up for their free resources, ebooks, videos, and audios here.

Whether you decide to attend one of the homeschool friendly colleges, another college, or pursue your degree from home, make sure you pray about the decision! 

List of homeschool friendly colleges:

Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama 

Baylor University in Waco, Texas 

Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah 

Bryn Mawr College in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 

Christendom College in Front Royal, Virginia 

Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina 

Cornell University in Ithaca, New York 

Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire 

Georgetown University in Washington, DC 

Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts 

Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana 

Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland 

Liberty University Online - Admission requirements for homeschoolers along with a sample transcript

Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Virginia 

New York University in New York, New York 

Northwestern University in Evanston, Ilinois 

Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio 

Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, Virginia 

Pensacola Christian College 

Rosemont College in Rosemont, Pennsylvania 

Texas A&M in College Station, Texas 

Thomas Aquinas College in Santa Paula, California 

University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona 

University of California in Berkeley, California 

University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado 

University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida 

University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia 

University of Minnesota in Twin Cities, Minnesota 

University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

University of Washington in Seattle, Washington 

Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut 

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