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Wesleyan University admissions are strongly competitive as can be perceived by its acceptance rate of 16%. In 2018, the university only admitted 2219 applicants out of a pool of 12788. The class size for 2018 was 810.
The average GPA of admitted students is 3.92. Wesleyan University is strongly competitive for SAT and ACT scores as the ACT median composite of admitted students is recorded at 34 and the median SAT ERW and SAT M scores are 740 and 790, respectively.
|Application Portal||Common Application|
|Application Fee||55 USD|
|SAT scores||SAT ERW: 740|
SAT M: 790
|ACT median composite||34|
|Tuition (Annual)||54314 USD|
|Application Portal||Apply Online|
|Application Fee||Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology and MA in Music programs: 85 USD|
Ph.D. and MA (science and mathematics): NA
|Stipend||Varies based on the course|
|Early decision I||November 15|
|Early decision II||January 1|
|Regular Application||January 1|
|Fall Transfer Application||March 15|
|Spring Transfer Application||November 1|
|Application Deadlines||Varies based on the course|
Wesleyan’s Office of International Student Affairs (OISA) supports the international student population of Wesleyan University by offering many services and programs including advice on personal and cultural matters, assistance with visas, insurance, career planning, and academic expectations. It also acts as a resource for general problem solving related to areas such as housing, financial matters, traveling, and emergencies.
If the applicant does not need financial aid they must submit documentation verifying sufficient personal resources or outside scholarships to meet the expense of four years at Wesleyan at the time of application.
Wesleyan provides immigration services before arrival to campus and during the stay at the university to international undergraduate, graduate and visiting scholar students who hold an F1 or J1 visa.
Because English is the language of instruction at Wesleyan, English language proficiency must be demonstrated before admission to the University. Therefore, it is recommended that applicants living outside the US for whom English is not their first language demonstrate proficiency with standardized testing.
|Critical Reading Section of the old SAT||650|
|Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section of the new SAT||700|
Following are the undergraduate requirements for Wesleyan University admissions:
A credit review is provided with the offer of admission, but generally, coursework will be credible and will help to determine transfer admission eligibility if:
The Office of Graduate Student Services (OGSS) is the administrative center for graduate students enrolled in the Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degree programs at Wesleyan. General responsibilities of this center include graduate admission, academic records, registration and enrollment, payroll and stipend maintenance, billing, health insurance administration, and graduation/commencement.
Application Portal: Common for all graduate courses
Application Fee: NA
|Course||Application Deadline||Minimum English Language Proficiency|
|Biology Graduate Program||January 1||TOEFL scores|
|Ph.D. Chemistry||January 1||TOEFL scores|
|Mathematics & Computer Science Graduate Program||February 15||TOEFL scores|
|Physics Graduate Program||January 31||Minimum TOEFL score internet-based: 80;|
|Molecular Biology & Biochemistry Graduate Program||April 1||TOEFL scores|
Supporting documents include:
The university represented 37 countries in the Class of 2022, A total of 271 international students were admitted (12% of all admits) which indicates that the university is extremely favorable for international students.
The Office of International Student Affairs provides advice and guidance on every aspect of adjustment to life at Wesleyan. They organize International Student Orientation (ISO) when the international students arrive and provide on-going support on topics of particular interest to them, coordinate support for undergraduate international students who remain on campus during official university breaks and offer one-on-one support. Their goal is to smooth the way of international students into U.S. academic culture and to help them integrate on all levels into the vibrant and challenging intellectual and social community that is Wesleyan University.