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To apply to Calvin, please submit the following: - The Common Application - High school transcript – completed by your guidance counselor through the application - College transcripts – if you’ve done any college course work - Standardized test scores (ACT, SAT, or CLT) are optional. (Submitting test scores will not disadvantage students, but some named scholarships require standardized test scores for consideration.)
Beginning with students who apply for fall 2021 admission, Calvin will no longer require students to submit standardized test scores when applying for undergraduate admission. Our admission team will consider each application individually to learn about your academic achievements, unique talents, leadership, and service activities, and any other information you choose to submit in your application. We look for students who demonstrate they want to be involved in a welcoming and diverse campus community and who value faith, discovery, and community.
To apply to Calvin, please submit the following: Application - High school transcript - College transcripts – from any college(s) you have attended; an official transcript is required for admissions consideration and transfer credit evaluation.
Schedule your campus visit today! You can visit Calvin virtually or in-person (when pandemic restrictions are lifted). Contact us at calvin.edu/visit or call 800-688-0122. Your visit choices include virtual visits and meet-ups online, or in-person visit programs such as Fridays at Calvin - our premiere campus visit program offered on 21 Fridays throughout the year; individual visits - arranged on the weekday of your choice; department visit days - a deep dive into the majors and programs that interest you most; summer visits - offered every weekday throughout the summer months. Register today!
"We want all our students to achieve greatness, not for personal gain, but for the God we serve. Greatness, whether in business, government, arts, science, church, community or family, is a good thing. We aspire to have great influence for God's kingdom."