Applying to Spring Hill College

Rolling admissions means that you can apply anytime throughout the year! Just be sure to complete an application prior to the semester you plan on starting your journey here on The Hill. Rolling admissions allows us to make an admission decision promptly after we receive a complete application.

FREE!! To match our affordable and accessible tuition, our application is completely free!

Spring Hill College offers test-optional admissions, meaning we do not require ACT or SAT scores to be admitted to Spring Hill. Our mission is to care for the whole person – mind, body and spirit – and our admissions process is key to supporting that mission. Learn more about our test-optional policy and see if it’s the right path for you!

For our traditional undergraduate application, you may submit your test scores (ACT or SAT) and your high school transcripts. For a test-optional application, please send your transcripts, a brief writing sample (250 words or more on any topic of your choice) and an activities resume. All of these can be submitted online to admit@shc.edu.

Our admissions counselors are assigned territories. Click here to see who your admissions counselor is and how they can help you throughout the admissions process!

Test-optional admissions means we do not require ACT or SAT scores to apply for admissions to Spring Hill College. As a Jesuit, Catholic institution, Spring Hill College emphasizes a holistic review of applications for admission. ACT and SAT scores may not fully reflect academic abilities.

Spring Hill College welcomes students from all across the world. Applying internationally to Spring Hill takes just a few steps. Learn about the next step here


About Spring Hill College

Anytime! We give campus tours Monday through Saturday and we will even set up meetings with faculty, staff and current students so you can have all your questions answered!

Spring Hill College offers a variety of in-person and online academic programs.

  • Our freshman class is pretty diverse and unique, just like you! We have students from around the US, and from around the world, who are interested in making our world a better place.
    • 44% of our student body are from Alabama
    • 70% of our students live on campus
    • We have students from 31 states and 30 countries

Spring Hill College works with every student to ensure that as many of their credits transfer over as possible. We offer a variety of support services for students and our faculty are expertly trained to provide a seamless transition to Spring Hill.

On top of being one of the most affordable private colleges in the country, we also provide scholarships specifically for transfer students. Learn more about our transfer admissions process here


Financial FAQs

The sticker price of Spring Hill College is $21,100 for tuition and $10,800 for room and board (including meal plans), but this doesn’t take into account the scholarships and financial aid that our students could receive.

A breakdown of undergraduate costs can be found here

To get a more accurate idea of how much Spring Hill College would cost for you, use our net price calculator!

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To confirm that your FAFSA information has been provided to Spring Hill College, please contact your admissions counselor or our financial aid office at finaid@shc.edu  

Yes! We offer several different scholarship types including a visit grant and need-based scholarships. There are also several external and program specific scholarships.

Your admissions application also doubles as your scholarship application, so you will know how much your scholarship is when you receive your letter of acceptance, if admitted. We encourage all students to apply for outside scholarships to help with the overall costs. Learn more about scholarships here.


Faith-Based FAQs

No, we accept students of all faiths and backgrounds! Our mission is to foster the intellectual, spiritual and social growth of our students, regardless of their faith.

A Jesuit is a member of the Society of Jesus. Jesuits are synonymous with excellence in education and commitment to caring for the whole person–mind, body and spirit. Founded in 1534, the Society of Jesus emphasizes the pursuit of wisdom in the tradition of its founder, Saint Ignatius of Loyola.

Have more questions? Contact our admissions office at admit@shc.edu or 251-380-3030

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