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Below you’ll find a list of frequently asked questions regarding the enrollment process at Wesley College. If you don’t see your question here, please feel free to contact the Admissions Office at 302.736.2400 or admissions@wesley.edu.

General Admissions Questions

  • I am interested in Wesley College. How do I apply?

    Students may apply by completing an online application. Application fees are waived.

  • Is there an application deadline?

    Wesley College utilizes a rolling admission process (applications are reviewed as they are received). However, fall semester applicants are encouraged to apply during the fall of the previous year. Applicants interested in the spring term are encouraged to apply by September.

  • When will I receive an admission decision?

    Decision letters are typically mailed out within five business days after the review process is complete.

  • Do you require standardized testing?

    Wesley College requires all freshman applicants to submit SAT I or ACT scores. The testing requirement is waived for transfer and non-traditional students.

  • Do you require supplemental materials such as essays or letters of recommendation?

    Wesley College does not require letters of recommendation or essays.

  • How can I schedule a campus visit?

    Campus tours are conducted Monday through Friday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. To schedule your visit, please complete the visit request form or call 302.736.2400. We also offer several Open House programs throughout the year.

  • How much does it cost to attend Wesley College?

    For annual costs of attendance, please visit our financial aid page.

  • Does Wesley College offer financial aid?

    Yes! To be considered for financial aid, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA will determine your eligibility for federal and institutional aid. Wesley College’s federal school code is 001433.

  • How do I qualify for merit-based aid?

    Wesley College awards merit-based aid to full-time freshmen, non-traditional students, and transfer students. Aid is awarded based on cumulative grade point average (GPA) and standardized test scores (SAT or ACT).

  • Do you accept Advanced Placement (AP) credits?

    Wesley College awards college credit for Advanced Placement (AP) exams with a score of three or higher.

  • Do you offer housing?

    We offer housing for freshmen and transfer students. Students over the age of 23 cannot reside on campus. Please review the Residence Life web page to discover what the college has to offer.

  • How do I request an exemption from housing?

    Students who are requesting an exemption from housing must complete a Residential Living Appeal Form. All appeal requests will be considered in accordance with our two year residency requirement. Appeal forms must be submitted to the Residence Life Office.

  • Can freshmen bring cars to campus?

    First-year resident students are permitted to bring vehicles to campus. Parking permits are allocated based on residence hall location. The cost for a permit is $50.

Transfer Student Admissions Questions

  • What is the transfer admissions process?

    Transfer students may apply by completing an online application. Official college transcripts from all previously accredited institutions must be submitted to the Admissions Office.

  • How many credits must I earn to be considered a transfer student?

    A minimum of 24 semester hours of credit must be earned in order to be considered a transfer student. Students with less than 24 college credits must submit a copy of their high school transcripts and standardized test scores. Test scores are only required for students who graduated from high school within the last three years.

  • How do I know what credits will transfer to Wesley College?

    Wesley College accepts undergraduate college level courses from most accredited institutions. A grade of a “C” or higher is required for each course. Remedial or developmental (zero-level) courses will not be accepted.