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Students who are currently seniors in high school or who have never taken college classes after graduating from high school should apply as U.S. high-school applicant. Our admissions process is holistic, taking into account a student's personal and academic backgrounds and accomplishments. If you are interested in applying for W&L scholarships, you should also submit the Johnson Scholarship application which serves as the application for all scholarship opportunities available at W&L. The scholarship application is found on the W&L Writing Supplement to the Common Application.
Students who have previously enrolled full time at another college or university may apply to Washington and Lee as a transfer student. Students who have not yet graduated from secondary school but are dual-enrolled in high school and college courses should apply as first-year students, not as transfers. W&L does not accept the Common App for Transfers. Transfer students should apply using the W&L application for transfer students. Information about applying as a transfer student to W&L can be found at www.wlu.edu/admissions/apply/transfer-applicants.
We meet 100 percent of demonstrated need through grants and student employment and without loans. The W&L Promise guarantees grant packages equal to or greater than full tuition to any undergraduate student admitted to W&L with a family income below $100,000 and assets typical for their income. >
Located in Lexington, Va., in the heart of the scenic Shenandoah Valley, W&L’s campus is known for its beauty and historical significance. Picturesque yet vital, Lexington is home to fine restaurants, a lively arts scene and abundant opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Charlottesville and Roanoke are within an hour's drive, and Washington, D.C. is just three hours away.>
W&L has given me the opportunity to be a part of a community of amazing people who are not only genuinely passionate about what they’re interested in but also very genuine people who care about the community around them.