Undergraduate Admissions Timeline

We are glad that you are considering applying to Covenant College. Below is a schedule of important dates to keep in mind for your application process. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to your admissions counselor. Also, if you have not yet started your application to Covenant, we encourage you to do so today.

 

 

June 1, 2018 Application opens for fall 2019 enrollment
September 1
Competitive scholarship applications are available to applicants on our website (must meet qualifications to be considered)
October 1
FAFSA opens for fall 2019 applicants (for more information, see the different types of aid we offer to prospective students) 
October 4-6
Covenant 360: Visit classes, stay in the dorms, music auditions, and more!
November 1-2
Covenant 360 #2: Visit classes, stay in the dorms, music auditions, and more!
November 15

Early action deadline & competitive scholarship applications due.

To be considered for any of our competitive scholarships, you must meet the specified qualifications and complete your application for admission through the early action process. 
December 1
All admissions decisions for fall 2019 early action applicants will be delivered by this date
December 15
Financial aid packages released to fall 2019 early action admitted students
TBD
Competitive scholarship finalists announced
January 25-26
First Scholarship Weekend
February 1
Regular-decision admissions deadline for fall 2019
February 8-9
Second Scholarship Weekend
March 1
All admissions decisions for fall 2019 regular-decision applicants will be delivered by this date
March 15

Financial aid packages released to fall 2019 regular-decision applicants

March 21-22 Covenant 360: Visit classes, stay in the dorms, and more!
April 11-12 Covenant 360: Visit classes, stay in the dorms, and more!
May 1

Enrollment deposit ($300) due

 

 

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