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Special admission process for CSAT students

Earlham is pleased to be part of a pilot program through which Korean students who have taken the CSAT (College Scholastic Ability Test/Suneung) in the fall/winter of 2020 can use their score to apply for admission as a full-time student to begin in August 2021.

In partnership with InitialView, students will only need to submit their CSAT scores via Uway and participate in an InitialView interview/writing sample. In as little as five business days, Earlham Admissions will provide you with a preliminary admissions decision. Final decisions are confirmed when secondary school transcripts are received and financial documents are reviewed.

We will award you a merit scholarship based on your CSAT scores and your high school transcript. You will need to submit a completed International Student Financial Aid Application along with supporting documents to be considered for a need-based grant.

CSAT application

Earlham is excited about welcoming you into our collaborative learning community. Over 20% of our students are international coming from over 50 countries! You will feel at home here!

Top 5 reasons to apply to Earlham:

  • Captivating academics – you will choose a major AND have time to take classes in other subjects that interest you
  • Caring community that challenges and supports
  • Incredible opportunities: regional and global competitions, community service projects, academic conferences, and more.
  • Earlham Advantage: guaranteed funding for an internship or research experience
  • Classroom experience – Princeton Review ranks Earlham in the Top 20 best classroom experiences

Questions? Ask us anytime

Contact your admissions counselor, Susan Hillmann de Castañeda, intl-admissions@earlham.edu

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