Application and Interviews
Wells College admits students on the basis of the strength of their academic preparation. A student is expected to possess the intellectual curiosity, motivation, and maturity to profit from the experience Wells offers. The college seeks students from varied backgrounds. Diverse interests and talents provide a stimulating intellectual environment.
Students applying for first year admission should present a secondary school program with a minimum of four academic subjects each year, including:
- four years of English
- three or more years of mathematics
- three or more years of social science
- two or more years of laboratory science
- two or more years of a foreign language
First-Year Student Application Forms
- or email the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a hard-copy application form.
In addition to your completed application form, you must also submit:
- A school report and official high school transcripts
- Two teacher recommendations from 11th and/or 12th grade teachers in academic subject areas
- A $40 application fee
- Results from the SAT I or ACT. International students may submit TOEFL results
- A personal interview is recommended
An interview with a member of the admissions staff or a Wells alumna is strongly recommended for admissions. Campus interviews are conducted by appointment Monday through Friday. To arrange an on-campus interview and visit, please contact the Wells College Admissions Office at 1-800-952-9355. If a campus visit is not possible, please contact the Admissions Office
Application Deadline Options
To be considered for admission to Wells, you must submit your completed application to the Wells College Admissions Office by one of the deadline options noted below.
December 15. Students whose first choice is Wells are encouraged to apply under the early decision option. This is a binding admissions option. If admitted, early decision applicants agree to accept Wells' offer of admission and agree to withdraw their applications to all other colleges. Students receive early decision notification by January 15.
December 15. Students who would like to receive an early review of their application files are encouraged to apply under the early action option. This is a non-binding admissions option. Students receive notification of admissions decisions by February 1.
March 1. All other applications to the college should be received by the regular admissions deadline. Applications are reviewed after this date and decisions are mailed by April 1.
Once you've applied...
you will receive a User ID and password for The Globe by email. You can use The Globe to check on the status of your application throughout the admissions process.
If you don't receive your User ID and password within one week of submitting your application, be sure to check you spam and bulk emails. If you still can't find the email, please contact admissions at 1-800-952-9355 or email@example.com and we will gladly provide you with this information.