Students by Converse Hall Website
Apply to Westminster College

Freshman Students Application requirements

spacing image spacing image spacing image

Step 1:

 

Choose One: 
Westminster Online Application
The Common Application 
Westminster Print Application 

Step 2:

 

$50 Application Fee

Step 3:

 

ACT or SAT scores (Code ACT 4284 or SAT 4948)

Step 4:

 

Personal Statement 
Submit online or send it via email to admission@westminstercollege.edu 

Step 5:   

Guidance Counselor or Teacher Recommendation

SEND THIS LINK to your Guidance Counselor for a personal recommendation; or download a printable version and give it to your Guidance Counselor. westminstercollege.edu/recommend 

Step 6:

 

Official High School Transcripts

 

Transfer Students 

spacing image spacing image spacing image

Step 1:

 

Choose One: 
Westminster Online Application
The Common Application 
Westminster Print Application 

Step 2:

 

$50 Application Fee

Step 3:

 

A Personal Essay (Not required with Associates Degree) 

Step 4:

 

Official College Transcripts; if less than 30 college credits provide High School Transcripts

  



Leaving on a service related mission? Check Out Our Deferment Policy Here.


Westminster Checklist
- This is an excellent tool to help you keep track of the information Westminster requires for application.  All application materials should be sent to the attention of the Admissions Office or admission@westminstercollege.edu.

Deadlines: Westminster operates rolling admissions and we are currently accepting applications. We start taking applications beginning September of your senior year. The priority deadline for financial aid is April 15, and for on-campus housing May 15. We guarantee housing for all incoming freshmen—but you MUST apply for housing by May 15. After that time, on-campus housing becomes limited.

Upcoming ACT Test Dates: Please visit the ACT website for the latest information about ACT test dates, registration deadlines, fees, and locations.

Upcoming SAT Test Dates: Please visit the SAT website for the latest information about SAT test dates, registration deadlines, fees, and locations. 

Westminster College administers all of its educational programs, related support services, and benefits in a manner that does not discriminate against students or prospective students with regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national or ethnic origin, disability, or a person’s status as a veteran.

Westminster College seeks to provide equal access for people with disabilities to its programs, services, and activities. Please contact the START Center at 801-832-2280 (TTY 832.2286) if you require admission information in an alternative format or if you need other accommodations.

Student Right-to-Know Graduation Rate Disclosure

Online Privacy and Security Statement