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Apply for Campus Programs
As you begin the application process, there are a few things you'll need to prepare. This section will guide you both in assembling materials and in assessing your readiness to apply to DWC.
Application: Students will need to fill out a paper or online version of the Daniel Webster College Application for Admission. The completed application must be submitted with all required signatures. You can find the online and written applications on our Application Page.
High School Transcripts: We will need an official High School Transcript sent directly from your school's Guidance Office. Because high school programs and grading systems vary widely, we look beyond a student's class rank. We pay close attention to the types and levels of courses taken and the grades achieved, particularly as they relate to your educational interests and the availability of courses at your high school.
SAT or ACT Scores: An official copy of your SAT or ACT scores must be sent directly from the high school Guidance Office, or directly from the testing agency. Though SAT and ACT scores are required from all applicants, your standardized test scores are only one of the criteria used by DWC in evaluating potential students.
Pre-College Credit: If you have pursued studies at an accredited college or university during your high school years, the Registrar's Office will evaluate these credentials on the same basis as those of transfer students. To be eligible for credit, your work in these courses must have been graded in direct competition with regularly matriculated undergraduates at that college and they must be part of the normal curriculum published in the institution's catalog. If you have taken any AP courses, you must score a 3 or higher in the Advanced Placement exam in that subject for your work to be considered for college credit.
When the application is complete, your file will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee. Our response will be mailed to you directly.