Sewanee Admissions

Next table presents general admission information.
General Admission Information
Open Admission PolicyNo
Admission Informationadmission.sewanee.edu/
Online Applicationadmission.sewanee.edu/apply
Calendar SystemSemester
Credits AcceptedAdvanced placement (AP) Credits
Degree OfferedBachelor, Post-Bachelor Certificate, Master, Post-Master Certificate, Doctorate (Professional Practice)

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Admission Statistics

For academic year 2018-19, the acceptance rate is 64.99% and yield is 21.00%. 1,567 men and 1,898 women applied to Sewanee and 1,019 men and 1,253 women students were accepted. Among them, 234 men and 251 women were enrolled into the school (Fall 2018). Following table and chart show the admission statistics including number of applicants, acceptance rate, and yield (also known as enrollment rate).
TotalMenWomen
Applicants3,4651,5671,898
Admitted2,2521,0191,253
Enrolled473234251
Acceptance Ratio 64.99%65.03%66.02%
Yield 21.00%22.96%20.03%

SAT and ACT Score Distribution

For academic year 2018-2019, .
25th Percentile75th Percentile
SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing
SAT Math
ACT Composite--
ACT Math--
ACT English--

Application Requirements

Sewanee requires to submit High School GPA, High School Rank, High School Record (or Transcript), Completion of College Preparatory Program and Recommendations to its applicants.The school recommends to submit High School GPA, Next table summarizes The University of the South application requirements.
For more admission information such as minimum GPA and required years of subject, see Sewanee online application page .
Sewanee Admission Requirements
High School GPARequired
High School RankConsidered but not Required
High School Record (or Transcript)Required
Completion of College Preparatory ProgramRequired
RecommendationsRequired
Formal Demonstration of CompetenciesConsidered but not Required
Admission Test ScoresRecommended
TOEFLRequired
Other Test (Wonderlic, WISC-III, etc.)Neither required nor recommended


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