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Kalamazoo College has an acceptance rate of 72.2%, making the admission process mod. It is a privately owned liberal arts college, with an undergraduate enrollment of 1467 students. The college does not offer graduate programs.
|Application Portal||Common application|
|Application Fee||Not Applicable|
|Average SAT score||1225|
|Average ACT score||28|
|Mode of Payment||Credit Card|
|Intake Seasons||Rolling admissions|
|Institutional code||TOEFL/SAT code: 2018|
ACT code: 1635
The general deadlines for admission are given below:
|Program||Application Deadline||Notification Letter Mailed|
|Early Decision||November 1||December 1|
|Early Action||November 1||December 20|
|Regular Decision||January 15||April 1|
|Early Decision II||Feb 1||Feb 15|
Liberal Arts aspirants from all around the world can apply to Kalamazoo College. International students make up to 8% of the admissions, making it one of the diverse colleges throughout the country.
Aspirants can schedule an online interview for admission if they are unable to visit the campus.
The application process for the college is the same as that for both domestic and international students. Although, there are some conditions that must be adhered by international students.
International applicants are required to submit TOEFL, IELTS, and other certifications to demonstrate English proficiency. Here are the minimum scores required to qualify in the program.
|Test||Minimum required score|
Students who qualify these don't have to show test scores:
Students can begin the process of visa only after their admission. Once the admission is confirmed, they can deposit their Resource Verification form with the materials required and can receive their I-20 form.
You can get these resources from the college to facilitate your visa processing:
Students can contact ISA@kzoo.edu for further inquiries.
Kalamazoo College offers 30 majors in the field of Fine Arts, Humanities, Physical education, Social sciences, and Modern & Classical Literature.
The college has an overall holistic review process to fully determine the applicant’s eligibility for admission.
Where to Apply:The Common Application
Admission Requirements: Applicants are required to submit the following documents at the time of admission:
During the Fall 2018 admissions, the college received 3371 applications, out of which only 2454 were accepted. Admission is determined by high school grade point average, the academic rigour of the high school curriculum, the application essay, and participation in co-curricular activities.