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*For Early Decision applicants, please complete the Net Price Calculator, so that we may consider you for all forms of Wofford aid. We anticipate FAFSA will be available by January 1. All applicants should submit FAFSA by January 15.
This application deadline is recommended for students for whom Wofford is a clear first choice.
This application deadline is binding, which means that students who are admitted Early Decision are expected to enroll at Wofford and withdraw all applications to other schools. Students admitted through Early Decision must pay their $500 nonrefundable enrollment deposit ($300 for commuting students) and withdraw applications to all other colleges and universities by December 15. Students applying Early Decision to Wofford may not apply to other institutions in a binding Early Decision option. All applicants for Early Decision can be considered for merit and need-based financial aid.
This application deadline is recommended for students who do not have a clear first choice college yet.
Early Action is a non-binding application deadline and allows students to receive a decision about admission and scholarship earlier in the process than a Regular Decision applicant. Students must apply by November 15 and, if admitted, have until May 1 to make a decision about where they will enroll. The nonrefundable $500 enrollment deposit ($300 for commuting students) is due on or before May 1.
This application deadline is recommended for students who do not have a clear first choice at the point of application and cannot meet the Early Action deadline.
Students must apply by January 15 and, if admitted, have until May 1 to make a decision about where they will enroll. The nonrefundable $500 enrollment deposit ($300 for commuting students) is due on or before May 1.
Students should prepare for the challenges at Wofford by taking strong academic programs in high school. Students should be in the senior year of high school when they apply for admission and normally must be high school graduates when they enroll at Wofford.
While the college does not prescribe a rigid set of course requirements for admission, it is strongly recommended that applicants’ high school study include the following:
|3 years (in one language)
Wofford will award a maximum of 24 credit hours earned prior to enrollment. This includes credit earned from Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB) and Dual Enrollment.
To learn more, please visit the AP, IB, Dual Enrollment page.