We are pleased you are considering Roberts Wesleyan College! Follow the steps below to find out more about how to begin the admissions process.
Roberts is 100% test-optional
No test scores are required to become a student at Roberts! We know that a test score may not be the best reflection of your ability to be successful in college. Or maybe you didn't have the opportunity to take the SAT or ACT. You can choose how to apply-- and we will review your application through the process of your choice: with or without a test.
A visit to campus is not required for admission but is strongly recommended to experience academic and spiritual life on campus. You will have the opportunity to see how you can grow academically and in your faith by sitting in on a class, going to chapel, meeting with professors, and talking to current students.
What We Need From You
An optional letter of recommendation may also be submitted.
Meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee admission into Roberts Wesleyan College. An opportunity for additional testing and/or campus interview may be required prior to an admission decision. Any student who has a criminal record will be asked for further information. The minimum freshman requirements for regular admission to Roberts are as follows:
High School Grade Point Average (GPA): 2.8 or higher out of 4.0
Standardized Test: SAT 940 or higher or ACT of 17 or higher or CLT 59 or higher
Early Action: Apply by November 15 to receive an admissions decision in 2 weeks and priority consideration for financial aid.
Priority: Apply by January 15 to receive an admissions decision in 3 weeks and priority consideration for financial aid.
Applications received after deadlines are welcome.
Test-Optional: To be eligible students must have a minimum 2.8 GPA on a 4.0 scale. Homeschooled students, and international students studying outside the US, should contact their admissions counselor regarding eligibility.
Self-Reported: Students may submit self-reported SAT, ACT, and CLT test scores via email, phone or postal mail. If you earn admission based on self-reported scores, you must submit official test scores prior to enrollment. Significant discrepancies between actual and self-reported scores may impact admission and scholarship awards.