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Students who have completed college-level courses during high school, but have not yet graduated, should apply as First Year students.
To find out which courses will transfer to Whittier, please refer to the articulation agreements below or contact the Office of Admission at firstname.lastname@example.org for the most up-to-date information.
*Test scores self-reported in the Common Application will not be used for the admission review process.
You may submit any additional information you believe will help support your application for admission.
Whittier College maintains the ADT Commitment with all accredited California Community Colleges based on the following criteria:
November 1: Priority decision application due date for Spring
December 17: Regular decision application due date for SpringMarch 2: Filing date for Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and Cal Grant Program (California applicants).March 13: Priority decision application due for FallApril 15: Regular decision application due for Fall
Students are encouraged to apply early to ensure consideration for the fullest range of scholarship opportunities. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis as they are completed, including all supporting documents.
There is no separate application process to be considered for merit-based academic scholarships.
All need-based aid is determined by the Office of Financial Aid.
Whittier College maintains agreements with the institutions below. Contact the Office of Admission if your institution is not listed.
Transfer Admission Counselortransfer@whittier.edu
We value the safety of all members of the Whittier community. The Whittier College Annual Security and Fire Safety Report can be viewed online here. This report provides crime statistics for the prior three years, policy statements regarding various safety and security measures, campus crime prevention program descriptions, and procedures to be followed in the investigation and adjudication of reportable crimes. A paper copy of the document is available at the Department of Campus Safety or by calling 562.907.4211