Apply to Benedictine

Undergraduates may apply here or with The Common Application.

Benedictine has three application periods:

  1. Early Action: The Early Action period is for students who have a strong interest in attending Benedictine College and believe they can present a complete application during the first semester of their senior year. The deadline to apply Early Action is November 15. The key benefit to applying Early Action is to receive the earliest possible admit decision and scholarship notification. Early Action is a non-binding application process; students are free to apply to other institutions.
  2. Regular Admission: The Regular Admission Deadline is December 1. Regular Admission is similar to Early Action but offers a slightly later time frame. Regular Admission is a non-binding application process.
  3. Rolling Admission: Any application received after December 1 falls into our rolling admission cycle. This application process allows students to apply within a larger window of time and add seventh semester grades to their admission record.

We will notify you typically within two weeks after we receive and record your completed application and these supporting documents:

  • An Official Test Score Report earned on the ACT, SAT, or CLT (Classic Learning Test) examination.
    • ACT (Benedictine College ACT code: 1444)
    • SAT (Benedictine College SAT code: 6056)
    • CLT
  • An Official High School Transcript(s) (showing six semesters of grades) from all secondary schools you have attended. Home-educated students must submit Official Transcripts from a primary educator.

All supporting documents must be mailed or sent through a secure website (e.g. Naviance or College Board). We do not accept materials personally emailed, faxed, or sent via text.

Submit all application materials to:

Benedictine College
Office of Admission
1020 N Second St
Atchison, KS 66002