Admissions - Undergraduate
UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS INSTRUCTIONS
1. Complete an application online or mail the application with the non-refundable $30 application fee. Attach a personal resume indicating your community service, youth leadership, clubs, organizations and non-academic experiences and essay. Your personal essay may include why you wish to further your education, your long-term goals, or a specific experience in your life.
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2. Send Official Transcripts indicating graduation from the last high school attended. A copy of the student’s General Education Development certificate may be provided in lieu of the high school transcript. Transfer students who have successfully completed a two-year program that is acceptable for full credit toward a bachelor’s degree may not be required to submit their high school transcript.
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Send Official Transcripts from all college and universities attended. Unofficial transcripts may be faxed to the admissions office at (636) 949-4989 for preliminary evaluation.
3. Send ACT or SAT Results. Lindenwood’s code number is 2324 for the ACT, or 6367 for the SAT. Transfer students with 24 or more hours of credit and applicants who have been out of high school for five or more years may not be required to furnish scores from standardized test although they are recommended. Satisfactory standardized test scores are required for all students majoring in Education.
4. Letters of recommendation are welcome and encouraged, but not required.
5. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or renewal application and mail it to the processing center as early as possible. You may also apply via the web at www.fafsa.gov. The Lindenwood University school code is 002480. Your application must be complete by March 15 to be considered for maximum assistance
*Call the Undergraduate Admissions Office at (636) 949-4949 one week after you submit your application to be sure all the materials are in for admission evaluation and to schedule a visit and/or campus tour with your admissions counselor. When the application, transcripts, test scores and FAFSA information have been evaluated, you will receive a letter indicating your admission status. Your admission is not complete until all official documents are received.