Ready to dream big? Then it’s time to take action.
Here are our admission deadlines for the coming academic year, insider tips and what you’ll need to apply.
|First Review Deadline||Nov. 1||Add your application to the top of our reading list. (Plus, we'll waive the $50 application fee.)|
|Early Application Deadline||Dec. 1||We’ll waive the $50 fee if you apply by this date.|
|Early Application Deadline II||Jan. 1||We’ll waive the $50 fee if you apply by this date.|
|Priority Application Deadline||Feb. 1||You’ll be considered for all applicable scholarships and the best financial aid package.|
|Final Application Deadline||May 1||To confirm your place in the freshman class, be sure to apply by this date (but we encourage you to submit your application well before).|
Want to start in the spring semester? Apply by Nov. 15 to start classes in January.
What You’ll Need, Plus Some Insider Tips
|$50 Application Fee||
Apply by Jan. 1, and we’ll waive this fee.
If you’ve done dual credit work, college transcripts are optional.
|SAT or ACT Scores||
Please review our new test optional policy.
The St. Edward’s SAT code is 6619, and the ACT code is 4156. Official scores should be submitted from the testing agency.
Admission counselors can read up to 40 essays per day so think about how to make your essay as distinctive as you are. This is your opportunity to let our college admission officers get to know you.
If there’s any part of your application you want to get a jump on, this is it. You’ll be asking respected (and busy) teachers to write this letter for you. Your letter of recommendation can be emailed to email@example.com.
|Copy of Permanent Resident Card||
Does St. Edward’s require the SAT essay?
The SAT includes an optional essay portion, and St. Edward’s University does not require it for our applicants. However, if a student took the essay on the SAT and would like to provide a score, he or she is welcome to do so. Please keep in mind that a submitted essay score will not impact our admission decision or consideration for scholarships.
How does super scoring work?
St. Edward’s does superscore the SAT. We do not superscore the ACT.
What happens if I submit new test scores after already being accepted to St. Edward’s University?
If you retest your senior year of high school (either the SAT or ACT) after having already been admitted to St. Edward’s, and receive a higher score, you may submit that new score to the University for academic scholarship award re-evaluation. However, students and families should keep in mind that an increase in a scholarship award does not necessarily mean an increase in the total financial aid package. If you are reevaluated for academic scholarships, your entire financial aid package may also be adjusted.
What are the scholarship award policies for St. Edward’s?
Get details on scholarships and award policies, including annual eligibility renewal requirements, maximum years of eligibility, maximum total combined amounts of aid and merit adjustments.