To apply for admission, you should submit:
Linfield College accepts the Common Application, which can be submitted online. Students who have completed two years of full-time coursework at an American college or university are not required to submit exam score reports or secondary school documents.
A complete application includes the following:
- Common Application
- Official or certified copies of academic records and examination results from all secondary schools and universities attended. These must be in English and should explain the grading system in use.
- An official score report from an approved testing agency (will be used to determine English language proficiency - see Admission Opportunities in the Admission website).
- A teacher evaluation form or letter of recommendation from a faculty member who has taught you.
- Financial Statement and certified bank statement from the student's parents or other guarantor. A personal letter from the parent or guarantor can substitute for the Financial Statement. These items must be mailed to the Office of Admission.
Admitted students are required to submit final transcripts prior to enrollment, which will be reviewed by the Office of Admission. Linfield College reserves the right to revoke admission or enrollment upon receipt of a final high school transcript (or most recent college transcript) reflecting a significant decline in academic performance.
Students applying to the English Language and Culture Special Programs (one year or one semester) must complete the Linfield College Special Program Application.