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- WPU Scholarships and Awards
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- Home Educated Students
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- FAQs - Admissions
- Early Entrance
- Meet the Admissions Team
William Peace University looks for more in its students than just a good transcript. We want students who can add to the conversation happening on our campus every day.
Keep in mind, WPU requires all first-year, sophomore, and junior students to live on campus or university-affiliated housing. Students who are married, have dependents, or live with their parent(s) or legal guardian(s) within 30 miles of campus are allowed to stay off campus. On-campus parking is available to all WPU students with a parking permit.
The undergraduate application process is your chance to show us that you're more than just an SAT score. We want to hear the ideas, passion and perspective that make you a perfect fit for WPU.
Starting your college experience is as easy as clicking a mouse. Here you'll find all the tools you need to get the undergraduate application process started.
What you'll need:
- Complete an Application for Admissions.
- Submit a one-time $35.00 non-refundable application fee.
- Official high school transcript.
- Official SAT/ACT scores.
Schedule a Visit
Located in downtown Raleigh, William Peace University offers the comfort of a small school with all the possibilities of a big city. Take the next step: tour our campus, meet our faculty, sit in on a class and meet our students.learn more
Your college education is an important investment in yourself and future, which is why we are committed to making higher education affordable. Every accepted student is considered for merit & need-based aid.learn more
Start Your Application
WPU challenges students to think big and give them the skills they need to accomplish their goals. We want students who can add to the conversation happening on campus every day. Sound like you? Take the first step: apply.learn more