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High School Counselors

At Ursuline, we know how hard you work to help your students find the perfect college fit and the countless number of hours you spend writing personalized recommendation letters. We have designed a webpage with YOUR needs in mind so that you may focus on what you do best: supporting and advising students who are interested in Ursuline College!

On behalf of the admission staff at Ursuline College, we want to truly thank you for your contributions to the heart of Ursuline --our students. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to reach us at 440-429-4200 or click here to find the Admission Counselor for your school. To fax student information, please send to 440-684-6138.

Codes
ACT - 3348
SAT - 2647
FAFSA - 003134

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Student Profile   

  • 1,357 total students enrolled
  • 805 undergraduates
  • 9:1 student-to-faculty ratio
  • Average class size: 10
  • 27% are students of color
  • 97% Women, 3% Men
  • 85% live on campus, 15% commute
  • Degrees: 30+ majors including nursing, fashion, art therapy, and social work.


2013 First-Year Class Profile

  • Median GPA: 3.33
  • Median ACT: 21
  • Median SAT (CR+M): 990


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Admission Requirements

  • Completed online application
  • Official high school transcript
  • Official college transcript (PSEO students only)
  • ACT or SAT scores -  ACT or SAT scores are considered official when submitted from the high school   
  • Letter of recommendation (optional) 

Required High School Courses

  • 4 years of English
  • 3 years of Math (including Algebra II)
  • 3 years of Science
  • 3 years of Social Studies
  • 2 years of the same Foreign Language
  • 1 year Fine or Performing Art

Students can apply for free online. We have no minimum grade point average, class rank, or standardized test scores. Ursuline College employs a holistic review process taking into account college readiness as measured by GPA, grade trends, strength of academic preparation, and standardized test scores (we "super score" both ACT and SAT), as well as personal qualities evidenced by recommendation letter(s), personal statement (included in online application), interviews on campus, etc. We have a rolling application process and students can expect a decision by mail 2-4 weeks from the date all application materials are received. 

Cost and Financial Aid

At Ursuline, students are charged by credit hour, not a flat fee for full-time attendance. Click here for detailed cost and financial aid information.

Scholarships

Ursuline offers several scholarships to new students based on their academic performance. The minimum requirements for eligibility are: 2.75 GPA and an ACT score of 19 or SAT score of 900. Students are awarded one of the scholarships listed below based on the combination of their GPA and test scores.

  • Ursuline Award - up to $6,000 per year
  • Ursuline Scholarship - up to $8,500 per year
  • Dean's Scholarship - up to $11,000 per year
  • Presidential Scholarship - up to $12,000 per year plus $1,000 towards the cost of a room in our residence halls.

All merit scholarships are renewable for a total of four years as long as the student maintains a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and earns 30 semester hours per year at Ursuline College.

In addition to merit scholarships, Ursuline also offers several other awards. The application and detailed requirements can be found here.


Visiting Campus

There are two options for students to visit Ursuline's beautiful campus. Help students plan their visit today!

1. Admission Information Session and Campus Tour

  • This 2-hour one-on-one visit experience begins with an information session given by an Admission Counselor. An experienced counselor will take students through the process of admission, provide financial aid and scholarship information, as well as give students insights into our values and mission as an institution. After the session, students will have the option to take a walking tour of campus led by a current student! On this 45-minute tour students will see classrooms, residence halls, and dining facilities.

2. Senior Super Visit

  • For students looking to do a little more on campus, our Super Senior Visits include a full day of personalized activities coordinated just for them! Students will have the opportunity to meet with a faculty member, sit in on a class, have coffee with a current student, and if they're an athlete, speak with one of our coaches. If students are ready to start making those final decision about which college is the right fit, this visit is definitely for them!