Skip to main content

As you narrow down your list of colleges, don’t miss out on the perks of applying early to your top schools. The admission team at St. Edward’s shares some great reasons to take advantage of our Dec. 15 priority application deadline.

1. RECEIVE A QUICK DECISION

When you apply early to St. Edward’s, you can expect a speedy decision. We provide rolling admission, which means we process applications as we receive them. You’ll know whether or not St. Edward's is one of your options within a few weeks of submitting your application. (This timing may vary for some applicants.)

2. GET TOP CONSIDERATION FOR SCHOLARSHIPS

If you’ve received a “merit” scholarship, we’ll notify you at the time of acceptance. This lets you see how your merit award will contribute to the cost of attendance. You can then complete the FAFSA anytime after Jan 1. And if you’ve already been admitted, your FAFSA will be among the first we process. In short, an early application followed by an early FAFSA gives you a clear financial picture earlier in the year.  

3. ENJOY PEACE OF MIND

Take the stress off your college search. Get your application in early, and you’ll have one less thing to worry about during the holidays and the rest of your senior year!

4. SAVE MONEY

Apply to St. Edward’s by Dec. 15, and we’ll waive the $50 application fee. If you’re applying to multiple colleges, these fees can add up quickly and become expensive. Apply early, and keep money in your pocket.

5. FREE UP YOUR TIME

Once you know you've been admitted early, you have more time to do other things to get ready for college, like planning a campus visit. Or if you've already been to St. Edward's, coming back for a second look. Visiting campus as an admitted student gives you a different perspective and can really help you imagine yourself here.

APPLY NOW
Priority Application Deadline: Dec. 15

($50 Application Fee Waived)

 

Adult students in classroom with computers

Looking to earn a master’s or complete your bachelor’s?

Check out our admission details and deadlines.

Graduate
Adult Learners

 

Tags: