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Roanoke College offers Bachelors degree in 37 major, 29 minor and 25 concentration courses. Business Administration and Psychology are amongst the most popular majors offered by the college. Over 5,122 applications were received for Fall 2018 admissions. 576 students, out of 3,713 accepted applications, enrolled to Bachelor’s program.
|Application Portal||College Application/Common Application|
|Acceptance Rate for Fall 2018||72%|
|Average SAT||559 (Math)|
584 (Evidence based Reading and Writing)
Notification for admission is issued on rolling basis. College will continue to accept applications after below mentioned deadlines as per availability of space.
|International||Early Action: October 16|
Early Decision: November 15
Regular Admission: April 15
|First-year and Transfer||Early Decision: November 15|
College recommends students to submit an essay demonstrating their writing ability along with application. SAT/ACT are not mandatory for admission in Roanoke College undergraduate programs but can be submitted as proof of english language proficiency.
One of the following test scores are required as proof of english proficiency for international students. Applicants with english as the primary language can also submit ACT or National Examination scores as english proficiency proof.
|Test||Minimum Score Required|
|TOEFL||520 (Paper based)|
190 (Computer based)
68 (Internet based)
|SAT||No Minimum Requirement|
International students require Non-immigrant US Visa or F1 Visa for studying in the USA. The following set of documents are required along with Visa application:
Transcripts submitted for Roanoke College undergraduate admission should indicate secondary school grading scale, class rank of student (if applicable), final grades and record of any additional certificates or diploma awarded. Submission of SAT/ACT scores is optional for students having 3.0 or above GPA.
Where to Apply: College Application/Common Application
Application Fee: None
For First-year applicants:
For Transfer applicants:
Students with following courses in high school curriculum are given preference in admission process:
Acceptance decision for Early Action is forwarded within 2-3 weeks of application deadline. Test scores must be sent directly to the Admissions Office through mail. College does not accept scores submitted through email. SAT II, AP, CLEP, IB or any other score can be submitted for consideration in placement and scholarship distribution.