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Rhodes College admissions are competitive with an acceptance rate of 51%. It is a Private College. It offers various Bachelors’ and 3 Master’s programs in different disciplines and follows a semester-based academic calendar. The College is famous for its majors in Business, Social Sciences, Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Psychology and few others.
|Application portal||Undergraduate: Common Application, Online Application|
Graduate: Online Application
|Average SAT score||1220-1410|
|Average ACT score||27-32|
|Mode of payment||Credit/Debit card|
|Intake Seasons||Fall, Spring, and Summer|
|Financial aid||Student loans, Grants, Scholarships|
|Early Decision I||Decision I: November 1|
Decision II: January 1
|Early Action||November 15|
|Regular Decision||January 15|
|Transfer Applicants||Spring: November 1|
Fall: April 1
The ‘Common application’ for the international and US applicants is the same. However, international applicants have to meet additional requirements.
International applicants can submit either TOEFL or IELTS score to demonstrate English language proficiency. The minimum scores required by the college are given below
|Test||Minimum score required|
Applicants who wish to study at Rhodes College must have a non-immigration visa, usually an F-1 or J-1 visa. Applicants must have the following documents in order to apply for visa.
The applicants have to apply through ‘Common Application’. The basic requirement for all the courses is the same.
Where to apply: Common Application or Online Application Portal of the College
Admission Requirements: Required forms are:
Undergraduate students are required to complete the following tests:
Rhodes College offers 3 programs in graduate studies. However, the specific requirements may vary for each course, the basic requirements are the same like GMAT/GRE scores and an undergraduate degree.
Students applying to the graduate programs offered at Rhodes College must do so through the Online Application portal available on the official website of the college.
Rhodes College provides the following graduate courses:
The applicants must choose which decision plan is right for them. First-year students can choose from three application options; The Early Decision applicants are those who make a commitment to Rhodes as their first-choice institution and agree that, if admitted, they will enroll and withdraw all other applications. Then, there is the Early Action plan where applicants submit their application early but are not making a binding commitment. It's great for students who want to apply early but aren't yet ready to make their final college choice.
Lastly, Regular Decision is for applicants who find Rhodes a little later during senior year or want to wait for new transcripts or test scores to become available.