Bachelor of Business Administration and RN-to-BS in Nursing Programs
How to Apply
Westminster College accepts both Common App and the Westminster admissions application. You can apply using the option that is most convenient for you.
- August 1 Application Opens
- October 1 FAFSA Available
- December 1 Priority Application Deadline
After Dec. 1, application and financial aid decisions are made on a rolling basis. If you complete your application after the priority deadline, you can expect to hear back from the Office of Admissions within 3 weeks.
- May 1 National College Decision Day and Priority Housing Registration Deadline
- May 15 Housing Registration Final Deadline
Additional Instructions for Applying
Transfer students, transferring veteran students, and international students have additional instructions for applying to Westminster College as an undergraduate student.
Master of Strategic Communication and Project-Based MBA Programs
How to Apply
For all programs, you can begin, save, and return to your graduate application for Spring, Summer, or Fall 2021.
All graduate programs at Westminster require a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution. Additionally, each graduate program has specific admission requirements and deadlines.
Once your application is complete and your application fee is processed, you will be able to access your application portal. This portal will allow you to upload materials and track the status of official documents that may come via mail or email (email@example.com).
International students are not eligible to study in the following programs, due to their heavily or partially online program format:
- Doctor of Nursing Practice
- Master of Strategic Communication
- Project-Based Master of Business Administration
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.
The college is committed to providing equal access for people with disabilities in its programs, services, facilities, and activities. Call Student Disability Services at 801.832.2272 if you are seeking admission information in an alternative format or if you need other accommodations.