"You get to do more than hear a lecture and take notes, you get to actively participate in your learning and understanding of the greatest minds History has to offer. There is not really anything like it in this country. If you are looking for a place to challenge you and help you see how thought, philosophy, ethics, politics and everything in between has been formed in our day and age, and how that will help make you a better person, then Saint Constantine is the place for you."
- Lucas Gaddam, Class of 2020
Application Process for New Students
The College at Saint Constantine provides a residential housing option for interested students in a gated community adjacent to the campus. Students who wish to apply for housing should express interest during their admissions process to ensure availability.
Each year, The College at Saint Constantine offers a limited number of scholarships to cover the full cost of selected students' tuition. These scholarships are awarded based on merit during the review of each student's interview and application. To be considered for a scholarship, you simply need to complete your application. Get started now!
TRANSFER OF CREDITS
Transfer students are accommodated on a case-by-case basis. If you have questions about your eligibility, please submit a copy of any unofficial transcripts to the Admissions Office.
You may apply using the Online Application, or the Paper Application. The procedure for both is the same. There is no application fee.
Required materials for all applicants:
- Writing Supplement/Essays
- High school transcripts and any college transcripts
- Two recommendations from non-family members.
Required materials for some applicants:
- For most applicants, test scores are optional. Applicants who will not earn high school diplomas or are home schooled must submit the results of the CLT, SAT, or ACT.
Applicants may apply Early Action or Regular Fall. Early Action acceptances are non-binding. All accepted students have until August 15th to make enrollment decisions and deposits.
|Priority Application for Fall Semester||February 1|
|Housing Application for Fall Semester||June 1|
|Housing Deposit Deadline||July 1|
|Application Deadline for Fall Semester||May 1|
For admission to the College at Saint Constantine, you should have a solid college-prep background, including two years of algebra, one year of geometry, and two years of a foreign language. Additional work in humanities, mathematics, and foreign language is advised, as well as two or three years of natural science. We recommend taking the most challenging courses in your high school, whether AP, IB, or honors courses.
The College is test optional for most applicants, meaning we do not require standardized test scores. About 70% of our applicants still submit some form of test score, and they may prove helpful to your application. Some applicants are required to submit test scores:
- Home-schooled students are required to submit their CLT, SAT, or ACT scores.
- Students that have not or will not receive a high school diploma must submit their CLT, SAT, or ACT scores, as well as GED results, if available.
- International students who are not educated in English must submit CLT, SAT, ACT, TOEFL, or IELTS scores.
- International students who are currently educated in English may choose an interview instead of submitting testing.
Interviews are required in order to apply for admission to The College. Interviews allow our Admission Committee to get to know you better, and you will also have the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the college. You can request an interview during your campus visit, or via phone or video conference.
The College welcomes applications from home-schooled students. In addition to the general requirements noted above, home-schooled students should submit documentation of the following:
- High School graduation, a GED, or its equivalent
- CLT, SAT, or ACT scores
- An outline of the curriculum you have followed, arranged in chronological order by conventional subject matter, with brief descriptions of the course content and texts used. This may take the form of a transcript.
Occasionally, the College accepts an applicant who has not graduated from high school. Students applying for such early admission should be well qualified to profit from the college program and must submit the results of a GED or its equivalent. CLT, SAT, or ACT scores are also required. A campus visit and interview are especially important in such cases.