Applying to Wesleyan
Deadlines: ED1: NOV 15 ED2: JAN 1
On-Line Decision Notification by: ED1: DEC 15 ED2: FEB 15
As soon as you have decided to apply, complete the Wesleyan Common Application Supplement. You may take more time to complete the Common Application, submitting it and paying your application fee, no later than the EDI/EDII application deadline.
Your Early Decision application to Wesleyan University includes the following:
Your signed Early Decision Statement must be received by the ED application deadline. Students applying under Early Decision certify that Wesleyan is their first choice and agree to accept Wesleyan's offer of admission if extended. Students also agree to withdraw applications submitted to other colleges and not to initiate any new applications.
APPLY ONLINE Submit your application online through the Common Application Web site.
APPLY ON PAPER If you prefer to submit your application on paper, download a PDF of each form listed below from the Common Application site. Complete and mail them to the Admissions Office address at the bottom of this page.
- Pay online through the Common Application Web site.
- Send a check made out to "Wesleyan University" to the Admission Office address at the bottom of this page.
- Submit an official fee waiver to the Admission Office address at the bottom of this page.
Your college counselor should submit a secondary school report along with an official transcript (including courses in progress) and school profile.
Home School Supplement (if applicable-only available on Common Application site)
Wesleyan encourages applicants to request that school forms be filed electronically via the Common Application website.
Your college counselor should submit your midyear grades when available (end of first semester or second trimester).
Two academic teacher evaluations are required. You are encouraged to submit one from a humanities or social sciences teacher and one from a math or science teacher.
Wesleyan encourages applicants to request that teacher evaluations be filed electronically via the Common Application website.
Wesleyan requires either the SAT I and two SAT II tests or the ACT. The Test of English as a Foreign language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is required for non-native speakers of English. All tests should be taken so that scores will be received by the Office of Admission by the application deadline.
Wesleyan University School Codes: CEEB (SAT) 3959 ACT 0614
Information regarding submission of optional supplemental materials to your application may be found here.
Use our WesCheck web-based page to monitor the receipt of your application materials. It is important to use WesCheck regularly to be sure your application is complete.
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