In addition to the application itself you will need to do the following:
You will be considered for merit-based scholarships as your admissions application is reviewed. For additional financial aid consideration, it is to your advantage to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) as early as possible.
Westminster has three application options: Early Decision, Early Action and Rolling Admission.
You can apply for undergraduate admission to Westminster College in the following ways:
If your first choice is Westminster, you are encouraged to apply Early Decision and make your senior year of high school stress-free. Early Decision allows you early access to figure out your financial aid package, housing, roommate and class schedule, easing your transition into a great first year of college. Early Decision plans are binding — a student who is accepted must attend Westminster and withdraw applications to other colleges.
If you want an early answer on your application status but need more time before committing to Westminster, apply Early Action. Early Action plans are nonbinding — students receive an early response to their application but do not have to commit to the college until the normal reply date.
Rolling Admission begins December 1st with notification as soon as the application materials are received and reviewed. A $200 deposit is due by May 1st. Students who apply after March 1st will be admitted based on space availability in the new first-year class.
Westminster College is a test-optional institution, though test scores may be a factor for some merit-based scholarships.
If you choose to submit test scores or are being considered for merit scholarships, you should be prepared to submit the test name, the test date, and the total/composite score and the primary score components for the following: The EBRW and Math Section scores for the SAT, and the English, Math, Reading and Science Reasoning scores for the ACT.
Westminster College accepts unofficial scores submitted by your high school (usually found on your official high school transcript). We also accept unofficial scores submitted by you, such as a picture or screenshot of your student page for College Board or ACT that shows your score.