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7 months ago
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My school didn’t offer Foreign Language

My high school didn’t offer foreign language as an option and now I’m stuck wondering what colleges I can apply for. What’s a good way to find which ones don’t require a foreign language to have been taken within high school effectively?

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7 months ago

Some colleges say they require 2 years of language or so BUT they have a little note that says you can "fix" this issue by taking language in college if you explain your circumstances (an example college is Penn State). I quickly looked up colleges that do not require foreign languages up admission and here's what came up:

Babson College, California Institute of Technology, Colorado College, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

I would simply Google it if I were you, and if there's a specific college you're concerned about, check their undergraduate admissions requirements. If they are not available, contact an admissions counselor.

Hope this helps you!

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6 months ago

If you can find an online school that offers these credits or a community college you can normally take these during normal classes or over the summer. If not, you can always make it known on an application that your school didn't offer it.

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