Bellevue University, Golden Gate University and Shawnee State University are schools that accept students with low GPAs. Bellevue University and Shawnee State University are open universities that accept all high school graduates, and Golden Gate University has lower GPA requirements than most universities.
Bellevue University is a regionally-accredited private university that offers both online and on-campus classes. Its main campus is located in Bellevue, Nebraska, and it maintains nine other campuses in Nebraska. Bellevue University also has campuses in Iowa, South Dakota and Wisconsin, and offers online degrees with no on-campus class requirement. Bellevue's undergraduate program has a 100 percent acceptance rate for students who have completed a high school diploma or GED.
Golden Gate University does not have open admissions to its degree programs, and some applicants are rejected. Its minimum GPA for acceptance is 2.00. The school also offers open enrollment, which has a 100 percent acceptance rate. Open enrollment does not award a degree, and open enrollment students are not eligible for financial aid. Golden Gate University is a regionally-accredited private university, and maintains three campuses in California and one in Washington.
Shawnee State University guarantees admission to students with a high school diploma or GED. Students must provide a high school transcript, and students under the age of 21 must provide SAT or ACT scores. The only exceptions to its open enrollment policy are its health science programs, such as nursing. Shawnee State University is a regionally-accredited public university in Portsmouth, Ohio.