The college search and admission process is an exciting time, but we know you will have lots of questions as you move toward applying and being accepted. We are available to work closely with you through each step and encourage you to contact us anytime at 937.481.2260 or email@example.com.
As a veteran, you most likely qualify for veterans benefits.
If you have questions about your intended major/minor or the overall Wilmington College experience, request more information and get to know us better.
We’re excited to meet you, so schedule a visit! We’ll give you a tour of our beautiful campus and meet with you to talk about scholarships and financial aid. You can also choose to meet with a faculty member or athletic coach during your visit.
There is NO FEE to apply. The application deadline for fall term is August 1 and spring term is December 1. Apply online now.
After completing your application, ask your high school to send us a copy of your transcript. If you have not already done so, also send your ACT/SAT scores to us. Transcripts and test scores may be sent through a transcript service or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your high school may also opt to fax the documents to 937-481-2936 or mail them to Wilmington College Office of Admission, Pyle Center 1325, 1870 Quaker Way, Wilmington, OH 45177.
Applicants to our graduate programs should contact the individual program for more information concerning pre-requisites and other admission requirements.
Complete and submit your Free Application for Federal Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible at www.studentaid.gov. Include our school code, 003142, so we can access your data and prepare a financial aid award for you. The FAFSA becomes available in October of each year, and should be completed as quickly as possible (e.g., if you wish to begin taking classes in fall 2024, you should submit your FAFSA in fall 2023).