If you have any questions about the application process, please contact a member of the admission staff. We’re here to help you!
Scripps College welcomes applications from homeschooled students. We are committed to a holistic and thorough review of each application. When evaluating applications, admission officers carefully consider the following factors: academic program and performance, standardized test scores, personal essay, recommendations, and co-curricular activities. The admission committee also highly recommends the submission of two SAT Subject Tests and an interview, either on-campus or with an admission representative or alumna off-campus.
An optional part of the admission process, an interview can give you the opportunity to discuss your interests and goals and to learn more about Scripps. On-campus interviews can be scheduled as part of your visit to Scripps; alternatively, off-campus interviews may be available in your local area.
Scripps College requires that applicants submit official SAT Reasoning and/or ACT scores. Best SAT score is determined by combining the highest score received on each section from any combination of testing dates. Best ACT score is determined by the single testing date with the highest composite score. While not required, two SAT Subject Tests are highly recommended for homeschooled applicants.