Nov. 15 is priority application deadline for Fall 2021 enrollment

Goshen College’s priority application deadline is Nov. 15. Incoming students who apply before then will be eligible to receive the college’s top scholarships for the 2021-22 school year, including several for up to full tuition.

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Achievement and academic scholarships make up a large portion of Goshen College financial aid packages, which average around $26,930 per student. Achievement scholarships are awarded in athletics, business, communication, music, theater and more. Many of the achievement scholarships require a separate application.

This year Goshen College has announced that submitting SAT or ACT test results will be optional for students who apply for admission during the next year, due in part to the challenges many students have faced in taking the tests during the spring, summer and fall of 2020.

Applicants will still be required to complete the admissions application form and provide official high school transcripts in order to be considered for admission.

Goshen College accepts applications on a rolling basis, so students may still apply anytime after Nov. 15, but will not be eligible to apply for the college’s top achievement scholarships.

Goshen College is a nationally-ranked college in Indiana; renowned for its purposeful and integrated curriculum, its distinctive hands-on, real-world educational opportunities and its commitment to creating positive change in the world. Named the #1 Bachelor’s College in Indiana by Washington Monthly and listed among Princeton Review’s Greenest Colleges, Goshen prides itself on providing an integrated and multifaceted education that connects arts with sciences, and foundation with practice — exposing students to multiple perspectives and encouraging them to think deeply and live purposefully.

With 98 percent of graduates entering their careers or pursuing further education within a year of completion, Goshen students graduate prepared to thrive in their lives and careers; and to make meaningful and measurable impacts on their communities and their relationships with others.

To apply for admission to Goshen College by Nov. 15, visit