Scripps College recognizes the important role counselors and educators play in a student’s academic career. Below you will find information to learn more about Scripps and our application process.
Facts about Scripps
- 1,081 undergraduate students
- 3,154 applicants
- 34% Admit Rate
- Out-of-state Students: 54.7%
- International Students: 5%
- 58% of students receive financial aid
Data from 2022-2023.
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Standardized Testing Policy
- Submitting SAT or ACT exam scores is completely optional.
- Students will not have to justify why they are not submitting SAT or ACT exam scores.
- Students will not be disadvantaged in the review process if they do not submit SAT or ACT exam scores.
- If a student chooses to submit SAT or ACT, Scripps will superscore the respective exam across test dates.
- Students should not jeopardize their health or the health of their families to take the SAT or ACT exam.
- International students educated outside of the U.S. are required to submit the TOEFL or IELTS exam. An international student may request a waiver if their primary language is English or the language of instruction of their high school is English. More info can be found here.
- The deadline for changing a decision about submitting standardized test scores is December 4 for Early Decision I students and January 18 for Early Decision II and Regular Decision students. Students may update their decision about submitting standardized test scores by emailing [email protected].
Connecting with Scripps
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