Lawrence University

Appleton, Wisconsin

Lawrence University Admissions Overview

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What is Lawrence University acceptance rate?

Lawrence University has an acceptance rate of 62%. This means that if you have the right grades then you have a good shot of being accepted into the school. In the last academic year, 62% out of the people who applied to Lawrence University were accepted into the school.

It's not just admissions rates that matter. Academics are an important consideration. In terms of academics, admissions standards are high. The average SAT score at Lawrence University was 1,330 in the last academic year, and the average ACT score was 56.5.

Only 18% of students who are admitted into Lawrence University go on to enroll at the school. This is reasonable because most students who apply for college apply to multiple schools.

Lawrence University SAT Scores

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What are the SAT requirements to get into Lawrence University? In the last academic year, Lawrence University accepted students with SAT scores as low as 605.

The upper range for SAT scores at Lawrence University was 725. On average, applicants had an SAT score of 665.

31% of people who applied to Lawrence University in fall 2018 submitted their SAT scores as part of their application. This means that you can get away with not submitting your SAT scores in your application.

ACT Scores

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How about ACT scores? What are the ACT requirements to get into Lawrence University?

While only 41% of applicants submit their ACT scores to Lawrence University, submitting them is a good way of showcasing to the admissions board that you are a good fit for the school.

According to admissions data, Lawrence University usually accepts students who have composite ACT scores of 50 or greater. The average ACT score of an applicant in fall 2018 was 28. Some applicants had ACT scores of up to 32. The higher your ACT scores are, the more likely you are to be accepted into the school.

Lawrence University Admission Statistics

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In fall 2018, a total of 3,502 students applied to study at Lawrence University. Of those students, 1,760 were men and 1,742 were women.

Applications are not the only admissions statistic you should consider; acceptance rate is also a key factor to think about. 62% of students at Lawrence University were accepted into the school in fall 2018. This represents a total of 2,188 students. 1,049 of students who were accepted were male and 1,139 of the students accepted were female.

The percentage of students who were accepted that enrolled at Lawrence University in the last academic year is 18%. Overall, 400 students who applied to Lawrence University enrolled in the school. Of those students, 19% of women who were accepted and 17% of men who were accepted enrolled.

Lawrence University Admission Requirements

Test ScoresConsidered but not required
High School GPAConsidered but not required
High School Class RankConsidered but not required
RecommendationsRequired
Demonstration of CompetenciesConsidered but not required

What are the Lawrence University admissions requirements?

You are not required to submit your high school test scores to Lawrence University.

You'll be asked to submit your high school class rank as part of your application.

What's more, you do not need to submit letters of recommendation from your high school. You will also not be asked to demonstrate your competencies as part of your application.

Lawrence University Credits Accepted

AP CreditNo
Dual CreditNo
Credit for Life ExperiencesNo

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