Apply

Applying is easy. We are pleased and honored that you’ve chosen to apply to WPU.

Let’s get started on your application either through WPU or CommonApp (for first-year students only). There is no preference given to either application type. We recommend you choose the most convenient application for you.

For Readmitted Students

If you previously attended WPU and are reapplying for traditional undergraduate enrollment, we have simplified the application process. A readmitted student is a student who has not been enrolled for a year or more.

Send Your Transcripts and Test Scores

Please send transcripts for all schools attended (high school and college) along with your official test scores from the SAT (WPU Code: 005533) or the ACT (WPU code: 313).

Please submit documents and/or transcripts to
admissions@peace.edu

Or mail to:

William Peace University

Attention: Office of Admissions
15 E. Peace Street
Raleigh, NC 27604

Student Studying

If you have any questions regarding your application status or the readmission process, please email us in the Office of Admissions, or call 919-508-2214.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Our admissions is based on a rolling admissions process that does not include deadlines. We accept and review applications year-round and typically have a decision back within 2 weeks of submitting your application.

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Yes! Find our Common App page here.

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$50

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No, you will apply as a Second Undergraduate Degree-seeking student. Your application will require an official transcript(s) from every college you attended.

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You will apply as a Readmit Student. If you have enrolled in another college after William Peace University, you will need to submit an official copy of your transcript from any and all school(s) attended. You do not need to request a transcript from WPU; we will provide it for you.

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WPU offers rolling admissions, meaning we accept applications throughout a student’s senior year; however, we encourage an application by March 1 for the fall term and November 15 for the spring term.