Home-schooled students will be eligible for admission to SUNY Broome if they can provide one of the following:
- A letter from the superintendent of the school district in which the student resides, attesting to the student’s completion of a program of home instruction meeting the requirements of Section 100.10 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education.
- This includes continuing to work with your home district in which you reside and submitting the quarterly reports beyond compulsory attendance age and meeting all other NY State Department of Education requirements. View a complete listing of these requirements.
- A passing score on the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC) for the state high school equivalency. Please note, TASC is the new GED.
- A New York State High School Equivalency Diploma Based Upon 24 College Credits. Students would register for 24 credits in defined areas*, as non-matriculated students. Once the 24 credits are earned, student completes “Attachment J” with the Registrar’s Office. Once the state grants the diploma, students may apply and matriculate into a degree program using some or all of the earned credits, depending on program choice.
- *Course Distribution Requirements for NYS Equivalency, Attachment J (pdf)
- If students want to get a head start and embark on these courses while in high school, they may do so through the Early College program.
- For more detailed information from NYS, you may email email@example.com
- Please note, non-matriculated students are NOT eligible to receive financial aid.