Applicants should see that the following documents are sent to the Admission Office as early as possible:
- A completed application for admission. The Common Application may also be used.
- An official transcript of the high school academic record through junior year. An applicant's high school rank must also be included on the transcript if the school ranks students.
It is not unusual for some candidates to be deferred for seventh or eighth semester (senior year) grades, (additional) recommendations or additional test information. All incoming first-year students must send a final transcript at the end of their senior year.
- A report of the score achieved on the ACT or the SAT. At the request of the student, these reports are sent directly to the college by the testing companies. In addition, ACT and SAT results are usually sent to us with the high school transcript. Information about these tests may be obtained from the high school guidance counselor, the high school principal or by contacting the following centers:
- For ACT:
P.O. Box 414
Iowa City, IA 52243-0414
- For SAT:
College Board SAT Program
PO Box 6200
Princeton, NJ 08541-6200
- For ACT:
- Official report(s) for scores received for Advanced Placement Tests of the College Board (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB) or College Level Examination Board (CLEP), if any. At the request of the student, these reports are sent directly to the college by the testing companies. No credit for AP, IB or CLEP work may be awarded without an official report of scores.