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University of San Francisco (USF) admissions for 2018 recorded an admit rate of 66%. Only 24% of the admitted students belonged to the top tenth of their high school class. Applications for UG admissions are accepted from students for both Fall and Spring semesters.
The average accepted SAT scores of admitted students was 591 (Math), 595 (EBRW) and for ACT was 25. Early Action and Regular Decision admissions are offered at the University of San Francisco. Deadlines, application portals, admission process, application fee, and decision notification vary for UG and PG courses.
|Application Portal||UG: Common/Coalition Application|
PG: Grad Apply
|Application Fee||UG: 65 USD|
PG: 60 USD
|Mode of Payment||Credit Card|
|SAT Score (middle 50%)||Math: 540 - 650|
EBRW: 560 - 640
|ACT Score (middle 50%)||23 - 28|
|International Application Deadlines||UG/PG: Varies|
|Interview||Required for admission to the MBA program|
University of San Francisco admissions accept applications for both Fall and Spring sessions. The application submission deadlines for international students are categorised below:
|Spring||Regular Action: November 15|
|Fall||Early Decision/Action: November 1|
Regular Action: January 15
|MBA Applications||June 14|
|MS Biology Applications||October 15|
Some additional requirements must be fulfilled by international students, seeking admission at the University of San Francisco. They are as follows:
International students must ensure that they submit the following documents before along with the application:
International students must prove English language proficiency by providing scores of any one of the following tests given below, to be eligible for admission at the University of San Francisco:
|Test Name||Score Required|
More than 50UG programs are offered by the University of San Francisco. Prospective students must declare their major while applying for admissions.
Application Portal: Cal State Apply
Application Fee: 65 USD
Academic Requirements for International Students: Applicants must submit either ACT or SAT score along with the application. These scores are valid for a period of 5 years. The average scores accepted for the recent 2018 admissions are as follows:
|Test Name||Average Scores||25th Percentile||75th Percentile|
International Transfer Students Admissions: The admission process for international transfer students is similar to the process of undergraduate admissions. Application requirements, fee, deadlines and test scores are also common.
The University of San Francisco offers admissions under 70 graduate programs to prospective applicants. The following table illustrates popular courses offered at the university along with their minimum requirements for admission.
Application Portal: Grad Apply
Application Fee: 60 USD
|Course||Deadline||Academic Requirements||Minimum English Language Proficiency|
|MBA||June 14||Minimum requirement: 3.0 GPA, GMAT/GRE||TOEFL (IBT): 92|
TOEFL (PBT): 580
|MS Computer Science||N/A||Minimum requirement: 2.0 GPA, GRE||TOEFL (IBT): 79|
|MS Biology||October 15||Minimum requirement: 2.0 GPA, GRE||TOEFL (IBT): 79-80|
TOEFL (PBT): 550
TOEFL (CBT): 213
Supporting Documents: Statement of purpose, official transcripts, resume/CV, LORs, professional statements, and writing samples.
Note: Including 2 years of work/professional experience for courses like MBA.
A total enrollment of 16,313 was seen at the University of San Francisco for 2018 admissions. The admissions office reviews each freshman application critically. Admission decisions prove favorable if applicants show consistent academic excellence, score above average in English Proficiency Tests and have no questionable backgrounds.
The admission decisions are released as soon as the application is reviewed. The applicants must ensure that they submit the applications and supporting documents before the deadline. Overall, the acceptance at the university has been above average. Be it be on the basis of test scores or extensive admission requirements for 2018 admissions specifically.