Linfield College accepts the Common Application. The Common Application can be submitted online, or also downloaded as a PDF below and submitted via postal mail (although, you may not be able to save your completed application with the files below).
A complete application includes the following:
Please note that your short answer questions cannot exceed 200 words (or 1,000 characters). If you hare having difficulty pasting your response into the space allotted, it is probably because you have too many characters, which may include spaces and tabs.
- Essay (may be submitted online with Common Application, or sent separately)
- One Professor or Instructor Recommendation
- Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended (must be sent or submitted directly from those institutions)
- FAFSA – Free Application for Federal Student Aid, if applying for financial aid (optional)
If fewer than two years (62 semester hours) have been completed at either a community college or a four-year college or university, you must also submit:
- Official High School Transcript or GED (sent or submitted directly from the high school)
- Official SAT Reasoning and/or ACT (writing optional) scores
Board scores will be considered official if sent from either the testing agency or high school. To have your scores sent directly from the College Board (SAT), include school code 4387 on your Registration form. For the ACT, include school code 3466. For additional information about Board scores, please review Linfield’s test deadlines. Board scores included on the Common Application cannot be considered official and will not complete a student's application.
*Linfield does not require transfer students to submit the College Official's form, mid term report or secondary school final report.