Fall 2020 Covid-19 Related FAQs
Yes. We will continue to process applications for the fall from our remote working areas. For freshmen we suggest submitting the common application, and transfers and graduate students, we ask that you submit our online application.
In most cases, it will not. Admission decisions are being made on a regular basis. Your official acceptance letter will come via e-mail now, instead of a hard copy being sent to you. If an interview is required for your program of study, it will be conducted by telephone.
Yes. It is now June 1, 2020 for freshmen. For transfers and graduate students, please refer to the date in you admissions decision letter.
We will be flexible enough to make the enrollment process as smooth and stress-free as possible.
We will make conditional admission decisions based upon unofficial transcripts to get you accepted and registered for classes, but we’ll need the official transcript by September 1, 2020.
Scan and e-mail the document to email@example.com for processing.
Yes! Our on-campus events have been converted to virtual opportunities.
We hope you can join us at a later date. Tours will resume as soon as we are allowed to have groups back on campus. In the meantime, please contact admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you have regarding enrolling.
Yes. The counselors are able to do consultations via phone or email. To ask questions or set up an appointment e-mail email@example.com.
Yes. As long as you do not attend another college, you can defer one semester without needing to reapply.
The summer academies will be going virtual! Check our information page.
Contact the Office of Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will connect you with an admission counselor.
Freshman and transfer orientation/registration will be virtual events this summer. More information can be found here.