|| Early Decision*
|| Early Action
|| Nov. 1
|| Nov. 15
|| Feb. 1
|| Dec. 1
|| Feb. 1
|| March 15
|| Jan. 15
|| May 1
|| May 1
*Early Decision is binding; accepted students are committed to attending Wofford College, and must withdraw applications to all other colleges or universities.
- Complete the Common Application, including the Wofford College section. The application fee for international applicants is automatically waived because of additional external costs associated with applying to college internationally.
- Submit the School Report form and your high school transcript(s).
- Submit your official test scores.
- The TOEFL (minimum score 90) or IELTS (minimum score 7) is required for all applicants whose native language is not English. If a minimum score is not met, a recorded or scored interview may be taken into consideration. We are happy to recommend Initial View or ACTFL OPIc.
- The SAT or ACT is a requirement for native English speakers. SAT or ACT scores are expected from all international applicants unless students are able to reach a testing center.
- Submit completed Financial Certification for International Students.
- While all students who score below the TOEFL or IELTS minimum must complete a third-party interview, we are happy to accept and review recorded or scored interviews from all non-native English speakers.
- We will also honor requests for informational interviews via Skype or phone with all international students Mondays-Fridays between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm Eastern Time. All interviews must be scheduled in advance.
Scholarship and Financial Aid Consideration:
- International students will be considered for merit-based scholarships upon review of their application for admission.
- Qualified international applicants are invited to participate in the International Scholars Program.
- International students are eligible to apply for the Bonner Scholars Program or the Impact Program. Both programs have separate applications which are included and explained under Scholarship Web Tools.
- U.S. Citizens attending high school abroad and eligible non-U.S. citizens may complete the FAFSA. In other cases, we are unable to provide need-based aid to non-U.S. citizens.