The admissions process is important for anyone interested in attending Spring Hill College at all levels–including traditional, undergraduate students, graduate students, and adult learners.
Generally, you should follow these steps for becoming a student on the Hill:
2. Apply online
We highly recommend you read the details of the Admissions Process based on your admission status, as requirements and timelines vary by group:
At Spring Hill College, we believe that a Jesuit, liberal arts education should be affordable to all, regardless of income status. We offer a variety of scholarships and financial aid programs.
Freshmen are considered for scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $10,000. Transfer students are also eligible for scholarships based on academic achievements.
Use our Net Price Calculator to see your estimated financial aid award at Spring Hill College in just a few minutes.
How are test-optional applicants evaluated?
We thoroughly review your official high school transcript and an evaluation from your guidance counselor. We require a personal writing sample so that we can get to know you better and to evaluate your writing potential. It is highly recommended you provide a resume that outlines activities, clubs and organizations in which you participated outside of school. We also suggest providing letters of recommendation from teachers, coaches, employers, or others who can attest to your preparedness to become a student at Spring Hill College.
Will I be eligible for scholarships?
You will automatically be considered for merit scholarships during your admission review. For all other aid, you will need to complete the FAFSA.
If I choose to apply test-optional now, but wish to have my scores considered later, can I change my mind?
No. You are unable to change the method of your application once you have submitted it.
If I apply test-optional, will I have to provide my test scores at some point?
Students will be required to supply test scores before enrollment for advising purposes to assure the best opportunity for students to be successful in their chosen field of study.
Student athletes are required, per NCAA rules, to submit test scores to determine eligibility for competition. These scores are submitted to the NCAA Clearinghouse and not directly to Spring Hill College.