Application Procedures & Priority Dates
The following three steps are what is necessary and what constitutes a complete file. Your role is to be thorough, on time, and complete.
NOTE: Non-US Citizen students: Please refer to the International Admissions section for your procedures.
1. Submit Application
Submit the application (Online Version or Paper Version) and the
$45 non-refundable application fee *NOTE: The online application fee is waived through December 31, 2013 for those applying for Spring 2014 or Fall 2014).
*For assistance with technical problems with our online application, please contact our web specialist by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (916) 577-1810. (M-F 8am-5pm)
2. Submit OFFICIAL transcripts
Submit OFFICIAL transcripts of work completed through the most recent term
- Seniors – Depending upon when applying, at least through the end of the Junior year (6th semester);
- Transfers - Final OFFICIAL high school transcripts (with Grad Date) and college through the most recent semester completed.
3. Submit SAT/ACT Results
Submit OFFICIAL SAT/ACT results (SAT is the combined score of the Critical Reading and Math sections, only.)
- Mat be required from some Transfers.
Once Your File is Complete
Once the above steps are done, your file is considered complete. A preliminary file evaluation will take place by one of our admission counselors. If necessary, we will contact you for more information to gain further perspective. Otherwise, your file will go to the Director of Admission for decision.
|Application for admission for:||Fall Semester '14||Spring Semester '14|
|Begin taking applications||September 1, 2013 (postmarked)||September 1, 2013 (postmarked)|
|Priority filing date||April 1, 2014 (postmarked) -||December 15, 2013 (postmarked)|
Notifications will go out on a rolling basis.
A $250 confirmation deposit AND either a Housing Card (if requesting residence hall living) OR an Application for Commuter Status are due postmarked by June 1 (Fall Semester) and early January (Spring Semester date varies; see admission letter), at which time the deposit becomes non-refundable in accordance with the NACAC Statement of Principles of Good Practice.