Start your journey to Westmont.
Steps to Apply
Request official transcripts of all high school and college (if dual-enrolled) work to be submitted directly from school officials. If filing the Common Application, the request may be processed online through that application process.
Students applying for fall 2021 or spring 2022 have the option of submitting ACT or SAT scores or withholding them. However you choose to proceed, we always conduct a holistic review of each application, including academic credentials, extra-curricular involvement, demonstrated leadership and more.
SAT II subject tests are not required.
Westmont requires one academic reference from a teacher in a major subject (i.e. English, Science, History, Math, etc.). In addition, an optional pastoral/character reference may be submitted. The reference forms may be accessed within either application.
High School Requirements
First year applicants are required to have a minimum of 14 academic units of credit to include:
|science||3 years (two years of laboratory science)|
|MATHEMATICS||3 years (including at least second-year algebra)|
|Foreign Language||2 years of one language (three years recommended)|
|Social science||2 years|
AP, IB and A-Level Credit
Westmont grants advanced placement credit to students who present scores of 4 or 5 on the Advanced Placement Tests of the College Entrance Examination Board and for scores of 5, 6, or 7 on Higher-Level subject examinations of the International Baccalaureate Program. Westmont also accepts A-Level exams, which will be evaluated on an as-needed basis. Contact your admissions counselor for more information.
The College limits credit to a maximum of 32 advanced placement/IB units. Up to three Westmont-approved advanced placement exams may be applied to the general education curriculum requirements and any remaining AP units may be applied as electives.
Westmont gives away more than half a million dollars a week in financial aid.
What Westmont scholarship do you qualify for? On the chart below, find your GPA and your SAT and/or ACT scores and discover the size of your scholarship award. With some scholarships, higher test scores can compensate for a lower GPA—and vice versa. This amount doesn't include any need-based aid you may receive on the basis of your FAFSA or talent-based awards such as athletics and music scholarships.
Students applying without ACT or SAT scores are eligible for all our academic scholarship tiers. Merit scholarships are awarded based on the academic criteria available to us. Admission decisions are always made on the basis of a holistic review, including academic credentials, an interview, extra-curricular involvement, demonstrated leadership and more.