Admissions

Admissions
Requirements

Admissions
Requirements

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The first step in our admissions process is completing Lindenwood’s free online application or applying through the Common Application. Upon successful completion of your application, we ask that you submit an official college transcript from all institutions in which you’ve attended. Through a holistic admissions approach, additional documentation may be requested to assist us in a full and thoughtful evaluation for acceptance.  Below you will find a check-list to guide you in the process:

Ordering Official Transcripts

We accept official transcripts electronically or by mail. If you are sending your official transcripts by mail, please use the following address:

Lindenwood University
Attn: Office of Admissions
209 S Kingshighway
St. Charles, Missouri 63301

If you are sending your transcripts electronically, you can use the following email address: admissions@lindenwood.edu. Students applying with less than 24 hours of transferable credit, will also be asked to submit an official High School transcript to complete the evaluation process.

Standardized Testing

Official standardized test scores (if needed) may be sent through the proper website, or be included on the official high school transcript. If you graduated high school more than 5 years ago, we will not require official test score to complete your admissions file.

Lindenwood’s ACT code is 2324

Lindenwood’s SAT code is 6367 

Complete the FAFSA

We strongly encourage students to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to be fully considered federal, state, and institutional aid. The FAFSA is available October 1 for the subsequent school year. Missouri’s priority deadline is February 1. Start completing your FAFSA today at https://fafsa.gov.

Lindenwood FAFSA code 002480