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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.



Important Dates & Deadlines: 2019-20

August 1 Application opens for Fall 2020
September 1
Competitive scholarship applications are available to applicants on our website
September 19-20
Covenant 360: Visit classes, stay in the dorms, and more!
October 1
FAFSA opens for Fall 2020 applicants (for more information, see the different types of aid we offer to prospective students) 
October 10-12
Covenant 360: Visit classes, stay in the dorms, and more!
November 15

Early Action application & competitive scholarship deadlines.

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. 
January 24-25
First Scholarship Weekend (Invitation only)
February 7-8
Second Scholarship Weekend (Invitation only)
March 1
Regular-decision application deadline
April 2-3 Covenant 360: Visit classes, stay in the dorms, and more!
April 17 Covenant 360: Visit classes and more!
May 1

National Decision Day!
Enrollment deposit ($300) due to secure spot in incoming class



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Matthew Bazzel '14 explains how an education at Covenant College transforms minds and enables students to think for themselves.
Ever wonder what it's like to study on top of a mountain? Wonder no more!

Dr. Kelly Kapic with students

Dr. Kelly Kapic discusses the difficulties Christian students face at secular colleges, and outlines the benefits of studying among thoughtful believers at Covenant.

Connor McGimsey '20

“As someone who wants to go into foreign services, Covenant has not only given me a considerable amount of connections through professors and the college’s resources, but has also taught me how to apply a Christian worldview to my fields of study which are, more often than not, part of a secular lifestyle.”
  - international studies major Connor McGimsey '20