Westminster College is a private, comprehensive college with liberal arts roots located in Salt Lake City, Utah. >
Find out about requirements, fees, and deadlines
Applying to Westminster College as a first-year student is for students who are coming from high school or those who do not have previous college credits. If you took concurrent enrollment courses, IB, or AP credits in high school, you will still apply using the first-year application.
Westminster offers test-optional admission. A complete first-year application includes an application for admission, high school transcripts, and either test scores or a personal essay.
Early Action - December 1
Regular Decision - February 1
National College Decision Day - May 1
Applying to Westminster College as a transfer student is for students who have completed college coursework after graduating from high school or earning an equivalency degree. Transfer students with fewer than 60 college credits must also submit a high school transcript when applying.
Scholarships and Aid
All applicants are considered for an academic scholarship. The scholarship range for the 2022–23 academic year was $11,000 to $28,000 per year. Additionally, students who complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be considered for a Griffin Grant—Westminster’s private financial aid funding for students.>
We invite you to visit our beautiful campus anytime! We have guided tours available Monday through Friday (and select Saturdays). When you visit, you can take a tour of campus and ask questions about the application process, admissions requirements, scholarships, financial aid, campus life, and more.
Visit westminstercollege.edu/visit to register for a visit or an upcoming on-campus event.
I think the very human element of a Westminster education is its shining quality—to know others and to be known on campus invites a much deeper educational experience that I will carry with me into my future communities.