Application Procedures


High school students may apply to Wilson College at the beginning of their senior year.  Students who have graduated from high school may apply for admission within a year of their intended semester of enrollment.  Wilson operates under a rolling admissions policy, which means the Admissions Office will review your application file as soon as we receive all the required documents.  Wilson seeks students who complete a college preparatory curriculum that includes four units of English, four units of history, three units of math (Algebra 1 and 2 and Geometry), two units of the same foreign language, and two units of natural science with labs.  Students who have at least a 3.0 GPA in a college preparatory curriculum at a regionally accredited high school are not required to submit SAT or ACT scores.  Each applicant will be assigned an admissions counselor who will assist them with the application process and continue guiding them until classes begin.

Required Application Documents
   *  Application form:   online application
*  Official high school transcripts
   *  Offical college transcripts 
      (transfer students or dual enrollment students)
   *   Teacher Recommendation Form
   *  Graded English paper (written for a junior or senior
       year English class)
   *  Official SAT or ACT scores (if not applying test-optional)
       SAT code for Wilson College:  2979
       ACT code for Wilson College:  3758

  Apply online to Wilson 
Teacher Recommendation Form
Form must be printed and completed by a teacher or professor. The original form must then be returned. 

Mail forms to: Office of Admissions
                       1015 Philadelphia Avenue
                       Chambersburg, PA 17201

If you experience a problem while attempting to submit your application for admission, please call the Office of Admissions at 1-800-421-8402

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