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If you are a high school senior, transfer student, or an international undergraduate student you should complete this application. Remember to save each screen as you complete it and when you are finished, click the SUBMIT button located to the far left of any application screen. Use the navigation buttons within the application, DO NOT use the back or forward internet browser buttons.
** NOTE: Only one account can be created per e-mail address! **
In the admissions decision process, we consider your class rank, grade point average, level of difficulty of your high school curriculum, and standardized test scores. Application fee waivers must be sent directly from your high school guidance office to the Office of Admissions.
Refer to Admissions Instructions
Please be aware that space is limited in some majors and applying early is the best way to ensure a seat in your degree program.
Refer to Transfer Major_Requirements
International Undergraduate Applicants:
Refer to International_Admissions Instructions. Shippensburg University also requires documentation of Financial Support. The PDF can be found on the instruction page.
For any country outside of the United States and its territories, official transcripts must be sent directly to an International Credential Evaluator for U.S. equivalency evaluation purposes. We accept credentials that are evaluated by World Education Services (WES - www.wes.org), Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE - www.ece.org), or a NACES (National Association of Credential Evaluating Services) recognized evaluating entity.
Note: A Course-by-Course (CxC) report is required of all applicants (first year or transfer). These documents should include the complete academic record/transcript indicating receipt of the secondary diploma/degree or the award of college credit. The cost of this evaluation is the responsibility of the student and is not part of the application fee. Official, evaluated transcripts must be sent directly from the evaluator to Shippensburg University.
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Shippensburg University’s Safety & Security/Fire Statistics Report
The Campus Safety & Security/Fire Statistics report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus, in certain off campus buildings, or property owned or controlled by Shippensburg University as well as on public property within or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus.
Last updated: 10/26/2015 12:09PM PST