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Applying to Ursuline


First, Select How You'd Like to Apply:
There are two easy ways to submit your application. Choose the best option for you. 

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Then Submit:

> Official High School Transcript

To be considered official, your transcript must be issued directly from your high school.

> ACT or SAT Score Report

Ursuline superscores both the ACT and SAT, considering your highest subscores regardless of test date. Make sure scores from all exams are submitted directly from the testing agency or from your high school to be considered official.

ACT Code: 3348
SAT Code: 1848

> Letter of Recommendation

From a teacher or counselor who knows you well.

Additional Information for 3-Year BSN Program Applicants


Application Priority Deadlines

While Ursuline reviews applications year-round on a rolling basis (decisions arrive within 2 weeks of submitting all required application materials), completing your application by a priority deadline ensures you will be considered for additional scholarship opportunities and exclusive communication about your future at Ursuline.


November 1, 2014
December 15, 2014
February 15, 2015



How applications are reviewed
Ursuline College admits candidates who demonstrate potential for success in rigorous academic work. Qualified applicants are admitted regardless of gender, race, religion, color, age, veteran status, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or physical ability. The credentials of each applicant are individually and holistically evaluated, with consideration given to academic record, ACT or SAT scores and evidence of motivation for college studies. The College reserves the right to deny admission to any applicant. All applications are reviewed on a need-blind basis, which means admission decisions are based solely on a student's academic and extracurricular merits, not on his or her family's financial circumstances.