Washington University in St Louis
Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral
College Type: Private
Academic Calendar: Semester
Washington University in St. Louis is committed to providing a great university experience filled with knowledge, discoveries and service. Through more than 90 programs and 1,500 courses, we help you develop intellectually, personally and professionally. The choices and challenges are yours. Our outstanding academics cover architecture, art, arts & sciences, business and engineering ¢¥†¥” and you can explore them all because crossing academic boundaries is a Washington University specialty. You learn from faculty who care deeply about the subjects they study and the students they teach. You get a global education through your studies here and, if you choose, abroad. You can conduct ground-breaking research even as an undergraduate.
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Total Students: 13339
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Saint Louis Missouri 63130
Main Phone: 314-935-5000
Associate Dean of Students, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts
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Applying to Transfer
Common App Used?
High School Transcript Required?
Minimum GPA for Applying:
With limited transfer spots available, we recommend the strongest candidates for admission present at least a B+ average from a two-year or four-year college in courses across a broad academic curriculum. You must have left your current institution and all previous institutions in good standing and be eligible to return.
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Credit is awarded if grades of C or better appear on your transcript.
Minimum and maximum transfer credit requirements vary by College, School and Program.
Test Scores for Applying:
If you took either the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and/or the American College Test (ACT) during high school, you must submit the test score results as part of your application. If you did not take either, please contact your application processor.
Letters of Recommendation Required:
A College Instructor Evaluation and College Official's Report are required.
An essay is required with your application.
The $55 nonrefundable application fee is required and should be submitted only once.
Submit the Pre-Application Data Sheet/Common Application Supplement. This brief Supplement can be submitted on paper or online. While you can submit this form at any time before the deadline, we encourage you to submit it as soon as possible.
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WU's Women's Society sponsors annually a 2-year, full-tuition scholarship to one student transferring from the St. Louis Community College system. We annually award a limited number of renewable scholarships to members of the Phi Theta Kappa.
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