Find out about requirements, fees, and deadlines
Puget Sound accepts applications for fall and spring admission. Spring applications are due by November 1. For fall admission, we offer binding Early Decision and non-binding Early Action options, both due November 15, as well as a Regular Decision option due January 15. To apply to Puget Sound, candidates must submit the Common App (Puget Sound Member Questions, Teacher Evaluation, Secondary School Report and official high school transcript), a $60 application fee, and either your SAT/ACT scores or two short answer questions. Interviews are optional, but encouraged.
Puget Sound accepts applications for fall and spring admission. To apply to Puget Sound, candidates must submit the Common App (Puget Sound Member Questions, Academic Evaluation, College Report, and official college transcript) and a $60 application fee. Students who have undertaken college coursework since high school graduation should apply as a transfer. If you completed less than a year of college coursework, submit final high school transcripts and SAT/ACT scores.
The best way to get a true sense of the Puget Sound experience is by visiting. The cornerstone of every Puget Sound visit is a two-hour session that includes both an information session led by an admission counselor and a student-led campus tour. These sessions are offered each weekday throughout the year, excluding university holidays. In the fall, tours and sessions are offered at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., and in the spring, visitors can register for 9 a.m., 11 a.m., or 1 p.m sessions.
Puget Sound is an exceptional national liberal arts college that maintains an unwavering commitment to provide students a rigorous and student-focused education that fosters personal and intellectual discovery, and prepares them to become effective, engaged, and thoughtful global citizens.