This Washington State College Ranks #1 as Toughest Admissions
Do you remember your college days? I remember getting accepted into college all those years ago and it escapes my memory of how hard the process can be for some incoming college students this year.
What's The Hardest Washington State College To Get Into?
You can do all the right things and still not get accepted into the college of your choice. I remember back in the day having several colleges picked out and I applied to one and got in.
What's Needed To Get Admitted Into College In Washington State?
It doesn't always go that way for every student and you'll be surprised to discover that Washington State has one of those colleges that has some pretty tough admission requirements to get in.
In a recent article posted by our news partner KNDU-TV, one of Washington's colleges that is tough to get into is Whitman College, right down the road in Walla Walla.
Whitman College In Walla Walla Is "Selective" On Its Admission Guidelines
According to the article, Whitman College ranks as the hardest school to get into in Washington State.
Whitman College according to US News & Report, is one of the most selective colleges in the nation.
Here are some stats from Wikipedia:
For the Class of 2023 (enrolling Fall 2019), Whitman received 4,823 applications and accepted 2,697 (55.9%), with 425 enrolling.The middle 50% range of SAT scores for enrolling freshmen was 630-710 for evidence-based reading and writing, and 610-740 for math. The middle 50% ACT score range was 25-31 for math, 30-35 for English, and 28-33 for the composite.
According to the article, of the close to 5,000 applicants, only 54.1% of the applicants are accepted into Whitman College.
It's good to remember that Whitman College is a private college in Walla Walla and that other criteria are also considered when enrolling. The statistics listed just tell one side of the admissions process.
You can read about all of the toughest admission colleges in the nation here.