Apply now before we close enrollment. Class sizes are limited at Westminster to provide the best learning experience with our 9-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio, so secure your spot today.

First-Year Student Application Requirements

Step 1

Choose One

Westminster Online Application

Common Application

Westminster Print Application

Step 2

$50 Application Fee

Talk to your Admissions Counselor to find out how you can get this fee waived.

Step 3

ACT or SAT scores (Code ACT 4284 or SAT 4948)

If your scores appear on your transcript, they are considered official and will fulfill this requirement.

Step 4

Personal Statement

Submit online with your application or send it via email to admission@westminstercollege.edu.

Step 5

Guidance Counselor or Teacher Recommendation

Submit a recommendation or download a printable version to give to your guidance counselor or teacher.

Step 6

Official High School Transcripts

Transfer Student Application Requirements

Step 1

Choose One

Westminster Online Application

Common Application

Westminster Print Application

Step 2

$50 Application Fee

Step 3

A Personal Essay

Please provide us with a written statement that reflects on your academic experience to date and your future academic plans at Westminster

Step 4

Official College Transcripts; if less than 30 college credits provide High School Transcripts

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Application Checklist

Keep track of the information you need to apply. All application materials should be sent to the attention of the Admissions Office or admission@westminstercollege.edu.

Deadlines

Westminster operates rolling admissions and we are currently accepting applications. We start taking applications beginning September of your senior year. The priority deadline for financial aid is April 15, and for on-campus housing May 15. We guarantee housing for all incoming first-year students—but you must apply for housing by May 15. After that time, on-campus housing becomes limited.

Equal Access

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.

Westminster College seeks to provide equal access for people with disabilities to its programs, services, and activities. Please contact the Start Center at 801.832.2280 if you require admission information in an alternative format or if you need other accommodations.