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Guaranteed Admission Program - Triton College

The goal of the Guaranteed Admission Program is to create a seamless transition for transfer students intending to complete their baccalaureate degree at Saint Xavier University (SXU). The Program allows students the opportunity to be simultaneously admitted to both SXU and the Triton College.
General Guidelines

Students indicate their intention to participate in the program by filling out this form. This form should be submitted at least two semesters prior to your intended first semester at SXU to take advantage of services such as Academic Advising. Students participating in the Guaranteed Admission program are subject to the same admission and degree requirements, as well as the same academic policies governing Saint Xavier University and Triton College students.

Due to the competitive admission requirements and space constraints, students interested in our traditional Nursing degree are not eligible for guaranteed admission.

Instructions
  1. Meet with your advisor at Triton College to verify eligibility to apply.

  2. Complete the application for admission to Saint Xavier University. Submit official transcripts from all colleges or universities in addition to other documents listed on the Saint Xavier undergraduate application. Plan to apply at least two semesters before you intend to transfer to SXU to be eligible for scholarships.  Transcripts can be mailed to Saint Xavier University, 3700 West 103rd Street, Chicago, IL 60655.

  3. Submit this form to Saint Xavier University along with your application. 

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Mailing Address
Mailing Address
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Signature
My signature signifies that I wish to participate in the Guaranteed Admission Program. I agree to the guidelines established by Saint Xavier University and Triton College. I authorize the disclosure of my educational records between SXU and Triton College including, but not limited to, academic, admission, advising information, program completion status, student conduct, and financial aid eligibility and disbursement.