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Bryn Mawr uses a holistic review process including, but not limited to, consideration of the student's school record, program rigor, essays, recommendations, testing (if provided), and personal qualities and achievements. Eligible students will have a high school diploma before matriculation and will not have enrolled as a full-time college student at any other institution. Students who have taken college courses as part of their high school curriculum are considered first-year applicants.
Any student who has completed more than one full semester of college work post-high school must apply as a transfer student. College credits earned from general education courses in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences may be eligible for transfer. Full-time enrollment is required for transfer students and financial aid is available.
Information sessions and campus tours are available daily, Monday-Friday as well as select Saturdays. Interviews are also offered to seniors in-person or virtually; while interviews are not required, they are highly recommended. Visitors will learn more about a women's college experience, our innovative curriculum, and student life from Admissions staff and current students. More in-depth visit experiences are offered through our Fall Open House, which is hosted annually in October. Schedule your visit or register for a virtual program to get a real feel for what it's like to be a Mawrter.
My experience at Bryn Mawr has instilled in me a sense of comfort in challenging myself. The supportive campus community at Bryn Mawr has taught me the importance of unapologetically taking up space and advocating for my beliefs.