Getting Ready for College Application

My Plan|Resources at the College Office| Getting Started  |Career Role Models| Sample Application |
Admissions Officer for a Day Worksheet | Common Application |Common Application Requirement | List of College |
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Introduction to College
What Interests Me?  What Can I Be?

Objective: To create an environment and dialogue that will help students to become more aware of themselves as future college applicants.  The activities in this class are intended to help students monitor their awareness of their own interests and the process that they will be involved in while applying to college and becoming a college student.

Part 1: Motivational writing My Life, My Plan

Who am I?  What do I like to do?  What do I want to be?

  1. Write a detailed description of your life for the next five - eight years.  What are your goals?  What steps will you take to achieve these goals?  What resources are available to you to help you accomplish these goals?  Who will you be when you have achieved your goals?
  2. Students will share their plans with the class.  Choose one student's interest and illustrate the many careers that can be linked to the area of interest.  The teacher should stress the fact that one interest and/or skill can lead to a variety of career paths.  For example, a person interested in art can be an artist, architect, art librarian, art therapist, art teacher, interior designer, etc.
  3. In preparation for the next class, ask students to formulate three - five questions regarding the college process, college life, and career goals about which they feel they need to know more.

Part 2: What I Like To Do?  Questionnaire

  1. Give students five - ten minutes to fill out questionnaire and once they have completed it, allow them to calculate the results.
  2. Students will share their results with the class.  In addition, ask students whether the results reflect the goal / career they mention in the previous discussion.
  3. Homework: How much do you know about your intended profession?  Identify / find a person who is very successful in your field.  In addition, students will find out three things about this person's career process.

Introduction to College
Campus Connections

Objective: To give students an opportunity to talk with "real" college students.  The previous class will have motivated students to assess their knowledge of college and potential careers.   Students also considered what the process of achieving their goals would be like and this session will allow them to ask questions to clarify anything that is unclear, as well as build their knowledge of college life and the application process.  Students will also gain first hand knowledge since the Baruch students recently entered college and are where they will be in a year or two.


Procedures

Procedure:

Activity 1

  1. Students will meet the college advisor

  2. Advisor will review Junior / Senior year plan with students

  3. Introduction to resources available to students in the college office

  4. Use resources to identify 3 colleges that offer their intended majors. Students will contact the colleges and request a brochure and application from the colleges they have selected( Reminder: we'll use the personal essay questions from your applications to write our personal essay).

Activity 2

  1. Whole group discussion: students will introduce the person they have researched and that facts they have discovered about this person's career and education. They will also inform the class of where they found the information.

  2. On board: write places where the information on the person was found to create a "resource board" for the class to use to find out more information about their person's career.

  3. Use the New York State Professions Licenses Requirements website to seek your interested career and find out what the requirements are for your interested subject. For example, CPA requirements.

  4. What should we find out next? Response should be motivated by students in keeping with the theme of the course "Self - reliance".

HW:

Read the article "Getting into College"-What you need to know now about the admissions process (U.S. News & World Report, August 30, 2004) and make a list of tips you have learned from the article. We'll share in class.


Questions for my visit to Baruch College

Before you visit any college, you should develop a list of questions to ask.  This will ensure that you get all of the information you need!  If you find it difficult to make up questions, visit the college's website...view information about the college's buildings, professors, majors, activities, etc. and you're sure to find things you wish you knew about!

Academic ?'s (classes, professors, majors, etc.)

  1. __________________________________________________________________________________________________
    __________________________________________________________________________________________________
  2. __________________________________________________________________________________________________
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Facilities ?'s (buildings, recreation center, dorms, etc.)

  1. __________________________________________________________________________________________________
    __________________________________________________________________________________________________
  2. __________________________________________________________________________________________________
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Student life ?'s (clubs, activities, tutoring, etc.)

  1. __________________________________________________________________________________________________
    __________________________________________________________________________________________________
  2. __________________________________________________________________________________________________
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Introduction to College
Resources at the College Office

Objective: To introduce students to the resources that are available to them at the high school.  Now that students have explored what they might like to study in college and which high school activities might enhance their college resumes, they should be educated about how to plan a college prep course curriculum.

  1. Bring the students to the College Office to meet the College Advisor.
  2. The Advisor will review a junior and senior year plan and the criteria that are required for different types of high school diplomas.  Students should complete a four-year course plan with the help of the advisor.
  3. Students will use the resources to identify three colleges that offer their intended majors.  Students will contact the colleges and request a brochure and application from the colleges they have selected.

Introduction to College
Career Role Models

Objective: To have students identify a person who has succeeded in a career in which the students might be interested.  Students will identify the education and career path of their selected individuals.

  1. Whole group discussion: students will introduce the person they have researched and the facts they have discovered about this person's career and education.  They will also inform the class of where they found the information.  How did they succeed?  How can we succeed?
  2. On the board, write places where the information on the person was found to create a "resource board" for the class to use to find out more information about their person's career.
  3. What should we find out next?  Response should be motivated by students in keeping with the theme of the course "self - reliance."

Introduction to College
Admissions Officer for a Day

*Recommended to be a two-day activity

Objective: To give students a holistic perspective of the college application.  Many students view grades and standardized test scores as the make-it-or-break it components of the college application.  However, most colleges look at a student as a whole package and value his/her extracurricular interests and contributions to the community.

  1. Break students into groups of at least three, and give each group the following three college applications and Admission Officer for a Day handout.
  2. Tell students that for the next two classes, they will be acting as a college admissions committee, and making decisions on whom to admit to their college.
  3. Ask students, as a group, to decide one candidate to admit, one to reject, and one to waitlist.  Each group should be able to explain/argue for the decision they make.
  4. Each group should make arguments for the candidates and decision they have made and the whole class should come to a consensus (or as close as possible) on who to admit, reject and waitlist.

Questions for Discussion:


Introduction to College
Sample Application

Objective: To familiarize students with the process of completing a college application as students become more aware of themselves as future college applicants.  The "Smart University" application on the following pages is a combination of several colleges' admissions applications.  The essay component at the bottom of the application should be completed for homework.  The "Common Application" is the 2005 - 2006 common application that is accepted by numerous colleges.  Students should be reminded that each college has different requirements.


Introduction to College

Admissions Officer for a Day Worksheet

Application A

Group Members:                                                                                                                                                                         

                                                                                                                                                                                                   

                                                                                                                                                                                                   

Application  A:              Admit               Reject               Deny
Strong Components of application A Weak Components of application A
   

Introduction to College

Admissions Officer for a Day Worksheet

Application B

Group Members:                                                                                                                                                                         

                                                                                                                                                                                                   

                                                                                                                                                                                                   

Application  B:              Admit               Reject               Deny
Strong Components of application B Weak Components of application B
   

Introduction to College

Admissions Officer for a Day Worksheet

Application C

Group Members:                                                                                                                                                                         

                                                                                                                                                                                                   

                                                                                                                                                                                                   

Application  C:              Admit               Reject               Deny
Strong Components of application C Weak Components of application C
   

Introduction to College

Sample Application

Objective: To familiarize students with the process of completing a college application as students become more aware of themselves as future college applicants.  The "Smart University" application on the following pages is a combination of several colleges' admissions applications.  The essay component at the bottom of the application should be completed for homework.  The "Common Application" is the 2005-6 common application that is accepted by numerous colleges.  Students should be reminded that each college has different requirements.


Smart University

APPLICATION FOR FRESHMAN ADMISSION

Name                                                                                                                                                                                                                      (Last)                                                                            (First)                                                         (Middle)                                                            (Preferred Name)

U.S. Social Security Number                       -                 -                                                Birth date               /                 /                  

Permanent home address                                                                                                                                                                                                               (Number and Street)                                                                                                    (Apartment)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                  (City)                                                     (State)                                             (Zip Code)                                    (Country)

How long have you resided at the above address?                                                                                                                                   

Mailing address (if different than above)                                                                                                                                                                                                                 (Number and Street)                                                                              (Apartment)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                  (City)                                                     (State)                                             (Zip Code)                                    (Country)

Telephone number (              )                  -                                               E-mail address                                                                        

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________

Gender            Male                 Female                        Citizenship             U.S. citizen                    Non U.S. Citizen

If not a U.S. citizen, please specify country of citizenship                                                                                                                            

If not a U.S. citizen, do you hold a permanent U.S. resident visa?         Yes                No

Is your native language English?           Yes               No

If no, what is your native language?                                                                  

If not a native English speaker, have you taken the TOEFL?            Yes                  No

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________

The following questions are optional and will not influence the decision of the admissions committee.  Smart University is an equal opportunity institution that does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, age, religious affiliation, or sexual preference.

    How would you describe your ethnicity? (Please check all that apply)

     American Indian of Alaskan Native                     Asian (please specify                                         )

     Black/African American                                      Caucasian/White

     Hispanic (please specify                                                                                                        )

     Other (please specify                                                                                                        )

Are you affiliated with a particular region?                                                                                                                           


Smart University

APPLICATION FOR FRESHMAN ADMISSION

Your high school                                                                                                                                                               

School's address                                                                                                                                                               

School's telephone                                                                                                                                                            

Your guidance counselor's name                                                                                                                                        

CEEB code number                                                                                       Expected graduate date           /        /          

___________________________________________________________________________________________

Please list all college or University education you have received:

College or University        Location             Dates Attended                    Course(s)                        Grade(s)

                                                                                                                                                                                        

                                                                                                                                                                                        

                                                                                                                                                                                        

Please list the courses that you are taking your senior year of high school:

                                                                                                                                                                                        

                                                                                                                                                                                        

                                                                                                                                                                                        

What is your current grade point average?                          Class rank?                        of                                       

Please list all standardized-test results:

SAT I, ACT                                                                                SAT II Subject Tests

_____________________________________________          ___________________________________________
Test                                            Date                     Score            Test                                            Date                 Score

_____________________________________________          ___________________________________________
Test                                            Date                     Score            Test                                            Date                 Score

Have any of your immediate family members attended Smart University? ______________________________________

If yes, who and when? ___________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________

šEach high school has a code number assigned to it.  You can find your high school's code number at www.collegeboard.com


Smart University

APPLICATION FOR FRESHMAN ADMISSION

Please list any paid or unpaid work experience:

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
(Position and Employer)                                (Dates of Employment)                            (Duties)                                        (Hours/Week)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
(Position and Employer)                                (Dates of Employment)                            (Duties)                                        (Hours/Week)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
(Position and Employer)                                (Dates of Employment)                            (Duties)                                        (Hours/Week)

Please list any community service you have performed (community service is unpaid):

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
(Organization)                                                (Dates of Employment)                            (Duties)                                       (Hours/Week)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
(Organization)                                                (Dates of Employment)                            (Duties)                                       (Hours/Week)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
(Organization)                                                (Dates of Employment)                            (Duties)                                       (Hours/Week)

Please list your major extracurricular activities.  If necessary, you may attach an additional sheet.

Activity                                            Office, position, etc.                                            Grades of involvement                    Hours / week

_______________________________________________________________        9    10    11    12                        __________

_______________________________________________________________        9    10    11    12                        __________

_______________________________________________________________        9    10    11    12                        __________

_______________________________________________________________        9    10    11    12                        __________

_______________________________________________________________        9    10    11    12                        __________

_______________________________________________________________        9    10    11    12                        __________

Please list any honors or awards that you have received: ____________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________________________
 

Please complete the following essay on a separate sheet of paper.  Your essay should be typed, double-spaced, Times New Roman 12-point, and a maximum of 700 words.

Describe your greatest achievement and any obstacles you overcame to achieve it.


Common Application

COMMON APPLICATION 2005-2006

Printable Common Application

TEACHER EVALUATION FORM (Pages 1-4)

SCHOOL REPORT (Pages 5-6)

MIDYEAR REPORT (Pages 7-8)

Colleges that Accept THE 2005-2006 COMMON APPLICATION -

All Members-
1   Adelphi University
2   Agnes Scott College
3   Albertson College of Idaho
4   Albion College
5   Albright College
6   Alfred University
7   Allegheny College
8   American University
9   Amherst College
10   Antioch College
11   Arcadia University
12   Assumption College
13   Atlantic, College of the
14   Austin College
15   Babson College
16   Baldwin-Wallace College
17   Bard College
18   Barnard College
19   Bates College
20   Beloit College
21   Bennington College
22   Bentley College
23   Binghamton University, State Univ of New York
24   Birmingham-Southern College
25   Boston College
26   Boston University
27   Bowdoin College
28   Bradley University
29   Brandeis University
30   Bryant University
31   Bryn Mawr College
32   Bucknell University
33   Butler University
34   California Lutheran University
35   Carleton College
36   Carnegie Mellon University
37   Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar
38   Case Western Reserve University
39   Cazenovia College
40   Centenary College of Louisiana
41   Centre College
42   Chatham College
43   Claremont McKenna College
44   Clark University
45   Clarkson University
46   Coe College
47   Colby College
48   Colby-Sawyer College
49   Colgate University
50   Colorado College
51   Concordia College - New York
52   Connecticut College
53   Converse College
54   Cornell College (Iowa)
55   Cornell University
56   Dallas, University of
57   Dartmouth College
58   Davidson College
59   Delaware, University of
60   Denison University
61   Denver, University of
62   DePauw University
63   Dickinson College
64   Dominican University of California
65   Drew University
66   Duke University
67   Earlham College
68   Eckerd College
69   Elizabethtown College
70   Elmira College
71   Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
72   Emmanuel College (Massachusetts)
73   Emory University
74   Eugene Lang College
75   Fairfield University
76   Findlay, University of
77   Fisk University
78   Florida Southern College
79   Fordham University
80   Franklin and Marshall College
81   Furman University
82   George Fox University
83   George Washington University
84   Gettysburg College
85   Gonzaga University
86   Goucher College
87   Grinnell College
88   Guilford College
89   Gustavus Adolphus College
90   Hamilton College
91   Hampden-Sydney College
92   Hampshire College
93   Hanover College
94   Hartwick College
95   Harvard College
96   Harvey Mudd College
97   Haverford College
98   Hendrix College
99   Hiram College
100   Hobart & William Smith Colleges
101   Hofstra University
102   Hollins University
103   Holy Cross, College of the
104   Illinois Wesleyan University
105   Iona College
106   Ithaca College
107   John Carroll University
108   Johns Hopkins University
109   Juniata College
110   Kalamazoo College
111   Kenyon College
112   Knox College
113   La Roche College
114   La Salle University
115   La Verne, University of
116   Lafayette College
117   Lake Forest College
118   Lawrence University
119   Le Moyne College
120   Lehigh University
121   Lesley College
122   Lewis & Clark College
123   Linfield College
124   Loyola College in Maryland
125   Loyola University New Orleans
126   Luther College
127   Macalester College
128   Maine at Farmington, University of
129   Maine, University of (Orono)
130   Manhattan College
131   Manhattanville College
132   Marietta College
133   Marlboro College
134   Marquette University
135   Mary Washington, University of
136   McDaniel College
137   Merrimack College
138   Miami University (Ohio)
139   Miami, University of (Florida)
140   Middlebury College
141   Mills College
142   Millsaps College
143   Moravian College
144   Morehouse College
145   Mount Holyoke College
146   Mount Saint Vincent, College of
147   Muhlenberg College
148   Naropa University
149   Nazareth College
150   New College of Florida
151   New England College
152   New Hampshire, University of
153   New Jersey, The College of
154   New York University
155   Northeastern University
156   Northland College
157   Notre Dame deNamur University
158   Notre Dame of Maryland, College of
159   Oberlin College
160   Occidental College
161   Oglethorpe University
162   Ohio Wesleyan University
163   Pace University
164   Pacific, University of the
165   Pitzer College
166   Pomona College
167   Portland, University of
168   Presbyterian College
169   Prescott College
170   Princeton University
171   Providence College
172   Puget Sound, University of
173   Queens University of Charlotte
174   Randolph-Macon College
175   Randolph-Macon Woman's College
176   Redlands, University of
177   Reed College
178   Regis College (Massachusetts)
179   Regis University (Colorado)
180   Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
181   Rhodes College
182   Rice University
183   Richmond, University of
184   Rider University
185   Ripon College
186   Rochester Institute of Technology
187   Rochester, University of
188   Roger Williams University
189   Rollins College
190   Saint Anselm College
191   Saint Benedict, College of, & Saint John's University
192   Saint Joseph's College of Maine
193   Saint Joseph's University
194   Saint Leo University
195   Saint Louis University
196   Saint Mary's College (Indiana)
197   Saint Mary's College of California
198   Saint Michael's College
199   Saint Peter's College
200   Saint Vincent College
201   Salem College (North Carolina)
202   Salve Regina University
203   San Diego, University of
204   San Francisco, University of
205   Santa Clara University
206   Santa Fe, College of
207   Sarah Lawrence College
208   Scranton, University of
209   Scripps College
210   Seattle University
211   Seton Hill University
212   Sewanee (University of the South)
213   Simmons College
214   Skidmore College
215   Smith College
216   Southern Maine, University of
217   Southern Methodist University
218   Southern New Hampshire University
219   Southwestern University
220   Spelman College
221   Spring Hill College
222   St. Lawrence University
223   St. Norbert College
224   St. Olaf College
225   Stetson University
226   Stevens Institute of Technology
227   Stonehill College
228   Suffolk University
229   Susquehanna University
230   Swarthmore College
231   Sweet Briar College
232   Syracuse University
233   Tampa, University of
234   TCU (Texas Christian University)
235   Transylvania University
236   Trinity College (Connecticut)
237   Trinity University (San Antonio)
238   Tufts University
239   Tulane University
240   Tulsa, University of
241   Union College (New York)
242   Ursinus College
243   Utica College
244   Valparaiso University
245   Vanderbilt University
246   Vassar College
247   Vermont, University of
248   Villanova University
249   Wabash College
250   Wagner College
251   Wake Forest University
252   Washington & Jefferson College
253   Washington & Lee University
254   Washington College (Maryland)
255   Washington University in St. Louis
256   Webster University
257   Wellesley College
258   Wells College
259   Wesleyan University
260   Westminster College (Missouri)
261   Westminster College (Pennsylvania)
262   Wheaton College (Massachusetts)
263   Wheelock College
264   Whitman College
265   Whittier College
266   Widener University
267   Willamette University
268   William and Mary, College of
269   William Jewell College
270   Williams College
271   Wilson College
272   Wittenberg University
273   Wofford College
274   Wooster, The College of
275   WPI (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)
276   Xavier University
277   Yale University

COMMON APPLICATION 2005-2006

College Deadlines, Fees, and Requirements

College /University Appl cation Deadline Fee Supplement Supplement Due Date Test Required Forms Requi red Submit Online?
  ED EA Regular         TE(#) SR MY  
Adelphi University   12/1 Rolling $35 O, W, M by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes
Agnes Scott 11/15   3/1 $35 W, M by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL; SAT subject test recom* 1 Yes (fee waived)
Albertson College   11/15 6/1 $50 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes (fee $20)
Albion College 11/15 12/1 6/1 $20 None   ACT or SAT 1 Yes
Albright College     Rolling $25 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes (fee waived)
Alfred University 12/1   2/1 $40 None   ACT or SAT   Yes (fee waived)
Allegheny College 11/15   2/15 $35 W, M 2/15 ACT or SAT; TOEFL; SAT subject tests recom 1 Yes (fee waived)
American University 11/15   1/15 $45 W* 2/15 ACT (w/ writing) or SAT; SAT subj tests recom* 2 Yes (fee waived)
Amherst College 11/15   1/1 $55 O, W, A with CApp ACT; or SAT & any 2 SAT subj tests; 2 Yes
Antioch College 11/15 12/1 2/1 $35 W by app deadline TOEFL of 525 2 Yes
Arcadia University 11/1   Rolling $30 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes (fee waived)
Assumption College 11/15   2/15 $50 O with CApp ACT or SAT 1   Yes
Atlantic, College of the 12/1, 1/10   2/15 $45 W, C by app deadline TOEFL or verbal SAT for international students 2 Yes
Austin College 12/1 12/1, 1/15 3/1 $35 W by app deadline ACT (w/wr) or SAT; TOEFL (or ACT or SAT) 1   Yes
Babson College 11/15 11/15 1/15 $60* O, W, A with CApp ACT or SAT; TOEFL; 2 SAT subj test recom 1 Yes
Baldwin Wallace College     Rolling $25 W 3/1 ACT or SAT 1 Yes
Bard College   11/1 1/15 $50 W 1/15 TOEFL required; ACT/SAT optional 2 Yes
Barnard College (W) 11/15   1/1 $45 W, C by app deadline ACT/ or SAT& 2 SAT subject test; TOEFL 2 Yes
Bates College 11/15, 1/1   1/1 $60* O, W, M by app deadline TOEFL required; ACT/SAT optional 2 Yes
Beloit College   11/15, 12/15  1/15 $30 W, M, C by app deadline ACT or SAT( writing opt); SAT subj test opt 1 Yes
Bennington College 11/15, 1/1   1/1 $60 W, M by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL or ELPT 2 Yes
Binghamton University-SUNY   11/15 1/15 $40 O, W with CApp ACT or SAT, TOEFL 1   Yes
Birmingham- Southern College   12/1 Rolling $25 None   ACT or SAT, TOEFL of 500(173 computer) 1   Yes
Boston College   11/1 1/2 $60* O, W, A ASAP ACT (w/wr); or SAT& 2 SAT subj tests; TOEFL 2 Yes
Bowdoin College 11/15, 1/1   1/1 $60 O, W with CApp TOEFL; ACT/SAT optional 2 Yes
Bradley University     Rolling $35* None   ACT or SAT 1   Yes (fee waived US)
Brandeis University 11/15   1/15 $55 O, W by app deadline ACT; or SAT & 2 SAT subj test; TOEFL recom 1 Yes
Bryant University 11/15   2/15 $50 O, W by app deadline

ACT or SAT; TOEFL opt Yes
Bryn Mawr College (W) 11/15, 1/1   1/15 $50* W, A* by app deadline ACT; or SAT subject test; TOEFL* 2 Yes
Bucknell University 11/15, 1/1   1/1 $60 O, W, A by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL* 1 Yes
Butler University   12/1, 2/1 Rolling $60 W, C by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL( or ACT or SAT)     Yes (fee waived)
California Lutheran University     3/1 $46 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes (fee $25)
Carleton College 11/15, 1/15   1/15 $30 O, W, A by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL; SAT subj tests optional 2 Yes (fee waived)
Carnegie Mellon Univesity 11/15*   1/1* $60 O, W, M with CApp ACT(w/wr) or SAT; 2 SAT subj test (incl Math) 1 Yes
Carnegie Mellon University- Qatar     4/1 $60* W, A by app deadline ACT or SAT; 2 SAT subj tests (incl Math); TOEFL 2 Yes
Case Western Reserve University   11/1 1/15 $35 W*   ACT (w/writing) or SAT; 3 SAT subj tests optional 1 Yes (fee waived)
Cazenovia College     Rolling $30 None   Standardized tests not required 1   Yes (fee waived)
Centenary College of Louisiana 12/1 1/15 2/15 ? None   ACT or SAT 1   Yes
Centre College   12/1 2/1 $40 W, M by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL of 580 1 Yes (fee waived)
Chatham College (W)     Rolling $25 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1     Yes (fee waived)
Claremont McKenna College 11/15,1/2   1/2 $60 O, W, A, M, C by app deadline ACT (w/writing) or SAT; SAT subj tests opt 2 Yes
Clark University 11/15   1/15 $50 O, W by app deadline ACT or SAT   Yes
Clarkson University 12/1,1/15   3/1 $50 W, M by app deadline ACT (writing optional) or SAT; TOEFL 2 Yes (fee waived)
Coe College   12/10 3/1 None NONE   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1 Yes
Colby College 11/15,1/1   1/1 $55 O, W, A, M by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL*; SAT subj tests optional 2 Yes
Colby Sawyer College 11/15,1/1 12/15 Rolling $40 NONE   ACT or SAT; SAT subj tests opt 2   Yes
Colgate University 11/15,1/15   1/15 $55 O, W, A 1/15 ACT or SAT 2 Yes (fee waived)
Colorado College 11/15,1/1 11/15 1/15 $50 O, W, M by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL or 550 2 Yes
Concordia College-New York   11/15 3/15 $40* W, A by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes
Connecticut College 11/15,1/1   1/1 $60* O, W 11/15,12/15 ACT or 2 SAT subj tests; TOEFL 1 Yes
Converse College (W) 11/15 12/1 3/1 $40 NONE   ACT or SAT; TOEFL (SAT also recommended) 1   Yes (fee waived)
Cornell College (Iowa) 11/15 12/15 3/1 $30* W, M by app deadline ACT or SAT; SAT subj tests optional 1   Yes
Cornell University 11/1   1/1 $65 O, W, A by app deadline ACT or SAT; SAT subj tests; TOEFL 2 Yes
Dallas, University of   12/1 Rolling $40 O, M, C by app deadline ACT or SAT   Yes
Dartmouth College 11/1   1/1 $70* O, W, A by app deadline ACT or SAT; 2 SAT subj tests; TOEFL recom 2 Yes
Davidson College 11/15,1/2   1/2 $50* W, M, C* by app deadline ACT (wr recom) or SAT;TOEFL;2 subj tests rec 2 Yes
Delaware, University of 11/15   1/15 $55 W, M by app deadline ACT or SAT; SAT subj tests rec*; TOEFL/ELPT 1 Yes
Denison University 11/1,1/1   12/15,1/15 $40 O, W by app deadline ACT (writing)or SAT; TOEFL 1 Yes
Denver, University of   11/1 1/15 $50 W*   ACT or SAT 1   Yes
DePauw University 11/1 12/1 2/1 $40* O, W by app deadline ACT (w/wr)or SAT; TOEFL recom (560 min.)     Yes (fee waived)
Dickinson College 11/15,1/15 12/1 2/1 $60 O, W by app deadline TOEFL; SAT or ACT (for merit scholarships only) 1 Yes
Dominican University of California     Rolling $40 NONE   ACT or SAT TOEFL (or ACT or SAT 1 Yes
Drew University 12/1,1/15   2/15 $50 O by app deadline ACT (w/writing) or SAT; TOEFL recom Yes
Duke University 11/1   1/2 $70 W, A, C by app deadline ACT (w/wr; or SAT & 2 subj tests*;TOEFL recom 2 Yes
Earlham College 12/1 1/1 2/15 $30 O, W 2/15 ACT or SAT 1   Yes
Eckerd College     4/1 $35 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1 Yes
Elizabethtown College     Rolling $30 None   ACT or SAT 1 Yes (fee waived)
Elmira College 11/15,1/15   Rolling $50 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 2 Yes
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University     Rolling $50 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes
Emmanuel College (Massachusetts) 11/1   3/1 $40 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 2   Yes
Emory University 11/1,1/1   1/15* $50 O, W with CApp ACT or SAT   Yes
Eugene Lang College 11/15   2/1 $50 W by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1 Yes
Fairfield University   11/15 1/15* $55 W, A, C by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL; SAT subj tests optional     Yes
Findlay, University of     Rolling None None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL        
Fisk University 12/15   3/1, 10/1 $50* W* with CApp ACT or SAT 1   Yes
Florida Southern College 12/1   4/1 $30 None   ACT or SAT: TOEFL 1   Yes (fee $20)
Fordham University   11/1 1/15 $50 O, W, M by app deadline ACT or SAT: SAT subject tests optional 1* Yes
Franklin & Marshall College 11/15, 1/15   2/1   O, W by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL (optional for some)       Yes
Furman University 11/15   1/15 $40 W, M by app deadline ACT or SAT or TOEFL   Yes (fee $20)
George Fox University   12/1 2/1 $40 W, M, C 1/15 ACT or SAT 1 Yes
George Washington University 11/15, 1/15   1/15 $60 W 1/15 ACT or SAT; SAT subject tests optional 2*   Yes
Gettysburg College 11/15, 1/15   2/15 $45 O, W by app deadline ACT or SAT; SAT subject tests recommended 1   Yes
Gonzaga University   11/15 2/1 $45 W, C by app deadline ACT or SAT: SAT subj tests considered; TOEFL* 1   Yes
Goucher College   12/1 2/1 $40 W, M 2/1 ACT (w/writing) or SAT 1 Yes
Grinnell College 11/20, 1/1   1/20 $20 O, W, A by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL 2 Yes (fee waived)
Gullford College   1/15 2/15 $45 W, M with CApp ACT, SAT, 1 Yes (fee waived)
Gustavus Adolphus College   11/1, 12/1 Rolling None W, M by app deadline ACT or SAT, TOEFL of 550 1   Yes
Hamilton College 11/15, 1/1   1/1 $50 O,W,A* by app deadline ACT, SAT, or any 3 tests (consult viewbook) 1 Yes (fee waived)
Hampden-Sydney College (M) 11/15 1/15 3/1 $30 None   ACT(w/writing) or SAT; TOEFL 1 Yes
Hampshire College 11/15 12/1 1/15 $55 O,W,A,M by app deadline TOEFL 1 Yes
Hanover College   12/1 3/1 $35* None   ACT or  SAT; TOEFL (or ACT or SAT)     Yes (fee waived)
Hartwick College 11/15, 1/15   2/15 $35* W,C   TOEFL; ACT/SAT optional/ recommended 1   Yes (fee wavied)
Harvard College   11/1* 1/1 $65 O,W by app deadline ACT or SAT; SAT subject test (any 3) 2 Yes
Harvey Mudd College 11/15   1/15 $50 W,M by app deadline SAT; 2 SAT subj tests incl Math2C, TOEFL recom 2 Yes
Haverford College 11/15   1/15 $60 O,W,M with CApp ACT(w/wr) or SAT; 2 SAT subject tests; TOEFL 2 Yes
Hendrix College     Rolling $40* W   ACT or SAT; TOEFL recom   Yes (fee waived)
Hiram College   4/15 4/15 $35 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes (fee waived)
Hobart & William Smith Colleges 11/15, 1/1*   2/1 $45 W,A,C by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1* Yes (fee waived)
Hofstra University   11/15 Rolling $50* W   ACT or SAT; TOEFL opt Yes
Hollins University (W) 11/15   2/15 $35 None   ACT or SAT 1 Yes
Holy Cross, College of the 12/15   1/15 $50 None   Standardized tests optional; TOEFL reuqired 1 Yes
Hood College   12/1 2/1 $35 None   ACT or SAT; SAT subject tests optional 2 Yes (fee waived)
Illinois Wesleyan University     Rolling None W,M   ACt (wr opt) or SAT; TOEFL (or ACT or SAT) 1*     Yes
Iona College   12/1 2/15 $50 None   ACT or SAT     Yes
Ithaca College 11/1   2/1 $55 W with CApp ACT (w/writing) or SAT; TOEFL recom Yes
John Carroll University     2/1 $25 W,M by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes
Johns Hopkins University 11/15   1/1 $60 W,M by app deadline ACT (w/writing) or SAT; TOWFL 1 Yes
Juniata College 11/15   4/22 $30 NOne   ACT or SAT 1   Yes
Kalamazoo College 11/15 12/1, 1/15 2/15 $35 W by app deadline ACT or SAT 1 Yes
Kenyon College 12/1, 1/15   1/15 $45   1/15 ACt or SAT; SAT subject test optional 1 Yes
Knox College   12/1 2/1 $40 O,W by app deadline ACT/SAT optional; TOEFL required 1 Yes
La Foche College     Rolling $50 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL rcom 2 opt Yes
La Salle University   11/15 Rolling $35 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1 Yes
La Verne, University of     Rolling $50 None   ACT or SAT 2 Yes
Lafayette College Rolling*   1/15 $60 W with CApp ACT or SAT; SAT subj test recom 1 Yes
Lake Forest College 12/1 12/1 2/15 $40 None by app deadline ACT or SAT 1 Yes
Lawrence University 11/15 12/1 1/15 $40 O,W,C* with CApp ACT/SAT optional;TOEFL, ACT or SAT recom* 1 Yes
Le Moyne College 12/1     $35 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL     Yes
Lehigh University 11/15,1/1   1/1 $60 O,W with CApp ACT or SAT;TOEFL of 550 1 Yes
Lesley College   12/1 3/1 $40 W by app deadline ACT or SAT; SAT subj tests optional 2 Yes (fee waived)
Lewis & Clark College   11/15 2/1 $50 W,M by appdeadline ACT or SAT;TOEFL of 550 1 Yes (fee waived)
Linfield College   11/15 2/15 $40 None   ACT or SAT;TOEFL     Yes
Loyola College in Maryland     1/15 $50 W,M 2/1 ACT or SAT; TOEFL of 550 1 recom Yes
Loyola University New Orleans     Rolling $20 None   ACT or SAT; SAT subj tests optional 1   Yes (fee waived)
Luther College     Rolling $25* O,W,M   ACT or SAT; TOEFL of 550 1   Yes (fee waived)
Macalester College     1/15 $40 O,W,A,M by app deadline ACT or SAT;TOEFL or ELPT, SAT subj tests opt 2 Yes
Maine at Farmington, University of   12/1 Rolling $40 None   ACT/SAT optional;TOEFL required opt Yes
Maine, University of (Orono)   12/15 Rolling $40 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL of 550 * Yes
Manhattan College 11/15   4/15 $40 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1 Yes
Manhattanville College     3/1 $50 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 2 Yes (fee waived)
Marietta College     4/15 $25* None   ACT or SAT     Yes (fee waived)
Marlboro College 11/15 1/15 2/15 $50 W by app deadline ACT or SAT 2 Yes
Marquette University     12/1 $30* None   ACT and/or SAT     Yes (fee waived)
Mary Washington       $45 W with CApp ACT or SAT;TOEFL; SAT subj tests recom   Yes
McDaniel College   12/1 2/1 $50 None   ACT or SAT; 3 SAT subject tests optional     Yes
Merrimack COllege   11/30 2/1 $50 O,W with CApp ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1*     Yes
Miami, University of (Florida) 11/1 11/1 2/1 $65* W,M by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1*   Yes (fee $55 US)
Miami University (Ohio) 11/1   12/1,1/31 $45 W by app deadline ACT or SAT     Yes
Middlebury College 11/15,12/15   12/15 $55 W,A by app deadline ACT or SAT; or 3 achv (SAT/AP/IBH);TOEFL 2 Yes
Mills College (W)   11/15 3/1 $40 None   ACT or SAT; SAT subj tests recommended 2 Yes
Millsaps College   12/1 2/1 $25 O,W,C by app deadline ACT or SAT 1   Yes
Moravian College 1/15   2/15 $40 W,M by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL & SAT for interationals 2 Yes
Morehouse College (M) 11/15   2/15 $45 None   ACT or SAT 2 Yes
Mount Holyoke College (W) 11/15, 1/1   1/15 $55 W by app deadline Standardized tests optional 2 Yes (fee waived)
Mount Saint Vincent, College of   11/1 Rolling $35 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL     Yes (fee waived)
Muhlenburg College 2/1   2/15 $45 W, A, M, C   ACT or SAT (or graded paper & interview) 2 Yes
Naropa University     1/15* $50 W by app deadline TOEFL of 550; ACT or SAT recommended 2   Yes
Nazareth College 11/15 12/15 2/15 $40 W by app deadline ACT or SAT 1 Yes (fee waived)
New College of Florida     Rolling $30 W   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1*     Yes (fee waived)
New England College     Rolling $30 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1 Yes
New Hampshire, University of   12/1 2/1 * W 2/1 ACT or SAT; TOEFL     Yes
New Jersey, The College of 11/15   2/15* $50 W by app deadline ACT or SAT (for scholarship); TOEFL 2   No
New York University 11/1   1/15 $65* O, W with CApp ACT (w/wr) or SAT: TOEFL; 2 SAT subj tests* 1   Yes
Northland College     Rolling $55 None   ACT or SAT: TOEFL       Yes (fee waived)
Northeastern University   11/15 1/15* $75 O, W by app deadline ACT (w/writing) or SAT 1 Yes (fee $65)
Notre Dame de Namur University   12/1 2/1 $40 None   ACT (w/writing) or SAT: TOEFL 1 √* Yes (fee waitved)
Notre Dame of Maryland, College of (W)     2/15 $40 W by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL     No
Oberlin College 11/15, 1/2   1/15* $35 O, W, M 2/1 ACT or SAT; TOEFL, SAT subj tests recom 2 Yes
Occidental College   11/15 1/10 $50 O, W by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL/ELPT; 3 subj tests recom 2 Yes
Oglethorpe University   12/5 Rolling $35 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL   Yes
Ohio Wesleyan University 12/1 12/15 3/1 $35 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL; SAT subj tests recom 1 Yes
Pace University   1/1     None   ACT or SAT 2 Yes
Pacific, University of the   11/15 1/15 $60 O, W with CApp ACT (w/writing) or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes (fee $30)
Pitzer College   11/15 1/1 $60 O by app deadline ACT/SAT/AP/IB optional 2 Yes
Pomona College 11/15, 12/29   1/1 $60 W,A,C by app deadline ACT; or SAT & 2 SAT subject test 2 Yes
Portland, University of     2/1 $50 None   ACt or SAT 1   Yes
Presbyterian College 12/5   Rolling $30 M   ACT or SAT; TOEFL     Yes
Prescott College 12/1   Rolling $25 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1     Yes (fee waived)
Princeton University 11/1   1/1 $65 O by app deadline ACT (w/wr) or SAT; subj test*; TOEFL or SAT* 2 Yes
Providence College   11/1 1/15 $55 O,W by app deadline ACT (w/wr) or SAT; TOEFL; subj tests recom 1 Yes
Puget Sound, University of 11/15, 12/15   2/1 $40 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes
Queens University of Charlotte     Rolling $40 None   ACT or SAT 1     Yes
Randolph-Macon College 11/15   3/1 $30 None   ACT or SAT; 3 SAT subject tests recom 1 Yes (fee waived)
Randolph- Macon Woman's College (W) 11/15   3/1 $35 None   ACt or SAT; TOEFL 1 Yes (fee waived)
Redlands, University of   12/15 Rolling $40 W,C with CApp ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes
Reed College 11/15, 1/2   1/15 $40 W,A by app deadline ACT or SAT (subj tests opt); TOEFL, 3 subj tests* 2 Yes
Regis College (W)   12/1 Rolling $40 W with CApp ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes
Regis University     Rolling $40 W,M   ACT or SAT 1   Yes
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 11/15   1/1 $50 O,W,M   ACT or SAT;TOEFL; SAT subj tests (some pgm) 1 Yes
Rhodes College 11/1, 1/1   1/15* $45 O,W,M by app deadline ACT (Writing not required) or SAT; TOEFL 1 Yes (fee waived)
Rice University 11/1 12/1 1/10 $50 W,A by app deadline ACT (w/writing) or SAT; 2 SAT subj tests* 1* Yes
Richmond, University of 11/15, 1/15   1/15 $50 W,M 2/15* ACT or SAT; TOEFL   Yes
Rider University   11/15 Rolling $45 None   ACT or SAT (essay not equired); TOEFL 1   Yes
Ripon College     Rolling $30 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes
Rochester Institute of Technology 12/1   2/1 $50 O,W,A,M by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes
Rochester, University of 11/1   1/20 $50 W,A by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL/ELPT; SAT subj test opt 1 Yes (fee waived)
Roger Williams University 12/1   Rolling* $50 None   ACT o rSAT; TOEFL 2 Yes
Rollins College 11/15, 1/15   2/15 $40 O,W,M by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL; 3 SAT subj tests recom   Yes
Saint Anselm College 11/15   3/1 $55 W,M,C ASAP ACT or SAT 1 Yes
St. Benedict College of & St. John's U   12/1 Rolling None None   ACT or SAT 1   Yes
Saint Joseph's College of Maine   11/15 3/1* $40 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL; SAT subj tests optional 1 Yes (FEE WAIVED)
Saint Joseph's University              11/15 11/15 2/1 $55* None   ACT or SAT 1 recom Yes
St. Lawrence University 11/15, 1/15   2/15 $50* O,W,M by app deadline ACT or SAT optional 2 Yes
Saint Leo University     Rolling* None NOne   ACT or SAT   * Yes
Saint Louis University     Rolling* $25 None   ACT or SAT 1   Yes (fee waived)
Saint Mary's College (Indiana) (W) 11/15   2/15 $30 M   ACT or SAT; 3 SAT subject tests*     Yes (fee waived)
Saint Mary's College of California   11/30 2/1 $55 W by app deadline ACT or SAT 1 Yes
Saint Mecheal's College   11/1, 12/1 2/1 $45 W,M by app deadline ACT or SAT     Yes
St. Norbert College 12/1   4/1 $25 None   ACT or SAT 1   Yes (fee waived)
St. Olaf College 11/1 12/1 2/1 $35 W,M by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL 2 Yes
Saint Peter's College   1/15 Rolling* * None   ACT or SAT ; TOEFL 1   Yes
Saint Vincent College     Rolling*   None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL; SAT subject tests accepted     Yes
Salem College (North Carolina) (W)     Rolling $30 None   ACT or SAT 2     Yes (fee waived)
Salve Regina University   11/1 3/1 $40 W,M 3/1 ACT or SAT; TOEFL (or ACT or SAT) 1 Yes
San Diego, University of   11/15 1/5 $55 O,W by app deadline ACT (w/ writing) or SAT; TOEFL   Yes
San Francisco, University of   11/15 2/1 $55* None   ACT o rSAT; TOEFL   Yes
Santa Clara University   11/1 1/15 $55 O,W,C with CApp ACt or SAT 1 Yes
Santa Fe, College of     Rolling $35 None   ACT (w/ writing) or SAT; TOEFL 2 Yes
Sarah Lawrence College 11/15, 1/1   1/1 $60 W 1/1 None 2 Yes
Scranton, University of   11/15 3/1 $50 M, A   ACT or SAT     Yes
Scripps College (W) 11/1, 1/1   1/1* $50 Graded Paper by app deadline ACT or SAT; SAT subj tests recom; TOEFL 2 Yes
Seattle University     2/1 $45 W,M by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes
Seton Hill University     Rolling $35 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes (fee waived)
Sewanee  (University of the South) 11/15   2/1* $45 W,M by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL recommended 1 Yes
Simmons College (W)   12/1 2/1 $35 W*   ACT or SAT; TOEFL or ELPT 1 Yes
Skidmore College 11/15,1/15   1/15 $60 O,W,A by app deadline ACT or SAT; 2 SAT subj tests recommended 2 Yes
Smith College (W) 11/15,1/1   1/15 $60 W,A,M 2/1 ACT or SAT; 2 SAT subj tests opt/recom; TOEFL 2 Yes (fee waived)
Southern Main, University of     2/15 $40 None   ACT or SAT recom   Yes
Southern Methodist University   11/1 1/15,3/15 $50 None   ACT or SAT 1   Yes
Southern New Hampshire University   11/15 Rolling $35 None   ACT (w/writing)or SAT     Yes
Southwestern University 11/1   2/15 $40 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes
Spelman College (W)   11/15 2/1 $35 None   ACT or SAT2 subject tests (home schooled only) 2   Yes
Spring Hill College     Rolling $25 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes (fee waived)
Stetson University 11/1   3/15 $40* None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL   Yes
Stevens Institute of Technology 11/15,1/15   2/15 $55 None   ACT or SAT; SAT subj tests (accel programs)* 2 Yes (fee waived)
Stonehill College     1/15 $50 O,W,A by app deadline ACT or SAT, TOEFL of 550 (213 computer) 2   Yes
Suffolk University     3/1 $50 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 2 Yes
Susquehanna University 11/15,1/1   3/1 $35 O,M,C by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL; (The Write Option*) 1 Yes (fee waived)
Swarthmore College 11/15,1/2   1/2 $60 O by appdeadline ACT or SAT; 2 SAT subj tests; TOEFL* 2 Yes
Sweet Briar College (W) 12/1   2/1 $40 W,M 2/1 ACT or SAT, TOEFL (or SAT) 1 Yes
Syracuse University 11/15   1/1 $60 W,A by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL or ELPT 2 Yes
Tampa, University of     Rolling $35 None   ACT (w/writing) or SAT; TOEFL or IELTS     Yes
TCU (Texas Christian University)   11/15 2/15 $40* None   ACT or SAT 1   Yes
Transylvania University   12/1 2/1 $30 None   ACT or SAT;TOEFL 1* Yes
Trinity College (Connecticut) 11/15,1/1   1/1 $60 None   ACT (writing recom) or SAT; or 3 SAT subj tests 2 Yes
Trinity University (Texas) 11/1 11/1,12/15 2/1 $50 W*   ACT or SAT 1   Yes (fee waived)
Tufts University 11/15,1/1   1/1 $70 W,A,M,C 1/1 ACT (w/wr); or SAT & 2 SAT subj tests; TOEFL 1 Yes
Tulane University 11/1 11/1 1/1 $55 W,M by app1/1 deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1* Yes
Tulsa, University of     Rolling $35 None   ACT or SAT 1*   Yes
Union College 11/15,1/15   1/15 $50 O,W,A   ACT or SAT; or 2 SAT subj tests 1 Yes (fee waived)
Ursinus College 1/15   2/15 $50 M   ACT or SAT 2 Yes
Utica College     Rolling $40 W,M*   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes
Valparaiso University   11/1 Rolling $30 W with CApp ACT or SAT     Yes (fee waived)
Vanderbilt University 11/1,1/3   1/3 $50 W by app deadline ACT or SAT; SAT subj tests for placement* 2 Yes
Vassar College 11/15,1/1   1/1 $60 W by app deadline ACT or SAT; 2 SAT subj tests;TOEFL 1 Yes
Vermont, University of   11/1 1/15 $35 W by app deadline ACT or SAT 2* Yes
Villanova University   11/1 1/7 $70 W,M by app daedline ACT (w/writing); or SAT   Yes
Wabash College (M) 11/15 12/15 2/1 $30 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL     Yes
Wagner College 1/1   2/15* $50* O,W,A,M 2/15 ACT or SAT; 2 SAT subj tests recom; TOEFL 2 Yes
Wake Forest University 11/1   1/1 $40 O,W 1/15 SAT Reasoning 1 Yes
Washington College 11/15 12/1 2/15 $45 None   ACT or SAT 1 Yes
Washington University in St. Louis 11/15,1/1   1/15 $55 W,M,C by app deadline ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1 Yes
Washington and Jefferson College 12/1 1/15 3/1 $25 None   ACT or SAT; SAT subj tests opt (for placement) 2 Yes (fee waived)
Washington & Lee University 11/15,1/2   1/15 $40 O,W,M 1/15 ACT (w/writing or SAT; 2 SAT subj tests* 2 Yes
Webster University     3/1 $35 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1   Yes
Wellesley College (W) 11/1 1/1* 1/15* $50 O,W with CApp ACT (w/wr); or SAT & 2 SAT subj tests; TOEFL 2 Yes (fee waived)
Wells College (W) 12/15 12/15 3/1 $40 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL recommended 2 Yes
Wesleyan University 11/15,1/1   1/1 $55 W*   ACT or SAT & 2 SAT subj tests 2* Yes
Westminster College (Missouri)     Rolling None None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL     Yes
Westminster College (Pennsylvania)   11/15 5/1 $35 None   ACT or SAT; 3 SAT subj tests optional 2* Yes
Wheaton College (Massachusetts) 11/15,1/15   1/15 $55 O,W,A,M by app deadline TOEFL required; ACT/SAT optional 2* Yes
Wheelock College   12/1 3/1 $35 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL 1 Yes
Whitman College 11/15,1/1   1/15 $45 O,W,A,C by app deadline ACT (w/writing) or SAT 1 Yes
Whittier College   12/1 2/1 $50 W,C by app deadline ACT (w/writing) or SAT 2   Yes (fee waived)
Widener University   12/1 2/15 $35 None   ACT or SAT; TOEFL of 500 (173 computer)   opt Yes (fee waived)
Williamette University   11/1,12/1 2/1 $50 None   ACT or SAT 1 Yes (fee waived