Admissions

How to Apply at WPU

  1. Review our majors and programs. 
  2. Reach out to a counselor to answer your questions.
  3. Visit campus so you can see it and talk to students. 
  4. Fill out the FAFSA. Use code (002953) so it’s sent to our team here. 
  5. Apply. ACT/SAT test scores are optional. If you decide to submit your official SAT/ACT scores, our SAT school code is 005533 and our ACT school code is 3136.
  6. We’ll get back to you with a decision within a couple of weeks. 
  • Who Gets In at WPU?

    The Admissions Process: Who Gets In?

    WPU has a rolling admissions process. We evaluate applications as they are received, rather than waiting until all applications have been submitted after a hard deadline. We also continue to evaluate applications until we’ve filled our incoming class.

    That means: 

    • Less stressing about deadlines
    • You receive notification of your acceptance much sooner
    • Less competition if you apply early — plus opportunities for extra scholarships! 

    That’s why we look at every application and consider you as a person taking that next step. Because of this holistic approach, we prefer to provide you with middle 50% ranges. This means that 25% of students that enrolled were below this middle 50% and 25% were above.

    • SAT middle 50 percent: 1095-1205
    • ACT middle 50 percent: 21-26
    • Average GPA: 3.67

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Calendar of Events

RN to BSN Virtual Information Session

The RN to BSN program at WPU is flexible, affordable, and achievable! Join us for a virtual information session to discuss program including the courses required, schedule, and tuition costs. […]

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Teacher Licensure Virtual Information Session

Ready to lead a classroom? Learn about WPU’s teaching licensure options. Our Admissions team will explain entrance requirements while the education faculty will share details about the teacher licensure programs […]

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RN to BSN On-Campus Information Sessions

Nurses who are interested in learning more about the RN to BSN program at William Peace University are invited to attend an in-person information session on our campus on Wednesday, […]

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Finding More at WPU

The Durham, North Carolina, native chose to attend WPU in order to play softball, study biology and make a meaningful impact on campus. But within her first year, Allison realized athletics was not going to be the way she invested in the University community and biology was not her true calling.

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