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With an acceptance rate of 25%, Skidmore college enrolls 2,500 students from a total of 10,00 applications. Around 13% students enrolled are international from over 32 countries. 37% of the students enrolled with the college through early decision.
|Application Portal||Common Application Portal|
Coalition Application Portal
|Application Fee (non-refundable)||65 USD|
|Mode of payment||Check/Credit card|
|Intake Seasons||Fall and Spring and Summer|
|Work Experience||Not required|
|Financial Aid||Scholarships based on merit, Work study, loans|
The full-time academic session at Skidmore College starts in the fall and spring semester.
|Early Decision Round I||November 15|
|Early Decision Round II/Regular Decision||January 15|
International students are required to fulfill extra requirements in order to gain admission to Skidmore College.
Students must demonstrate English language proficiency by providing scores of any one of the following tests given below, taken within the last two years, to be eligible for admission at the Skidmore College:
|Test Name||Score Required|
Skidmore College offers various undergraduate courses in more than 50 fields to all the applicants. The basic admission process for all the courses is the same.
Application Fee: 65 USD
Admission Requirements: Applicants must provide the following documents at the time of admission:
The college offers various pre-professional and cooperative programs with partner universities. Some of the programs and universities are mentioned below:
|Partner University||Popular Program|
|Wake Forest University||MS Accounting|
|Clarkson University||Dual Degree Engineering, MBA (4+1), MS Teaching|
|Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute||Dual Degree Engineering|
|Rochester Institute of Technology||MBA|
The admissions policy of the college is highly selective and the acceptance rate of the college is reducing. This suggests that the admissions policy is becoming more rigid and focuses on applicants with higher aptitude. Students are, therefore, suggested to apply with higher SAT/ACT scores and GPA.