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The Common Application and additional required forms can be found on the Common Application Web site.

If you intend to apply for financial aid, you must do so when you apply for admission and by the published deadlines. If you do not, you will not be eligible for college aid until you complete 32 credits at Smith. Please see the financial aid policy page for details.

Please note: Women who are at least 24 years old (or will turn 24 during their first semester at Smith) or have a dependent other than a spouse or are veterans must apply to Smith through the Ada Comstock Scholars Program.

International transfer students who seek financial aid may apply for September admission only and must submit all admission and financial aid materials by February 1.

Required application

Smith uses the Common Application exclusively and there is no application fee.

Required application materials

Smith Transfer Writing Supplement

College transcript(s)

High School transcript with original recommendations to college if still available.

TOEFL or IELTS (for international students instructed in a language other than English). Scores must be sent from testing agency.

Registrar Report

Two Teacher Evaluations

Mid-term Report

Photocopies of course descriptions for all college courses completed and in progress.

Recommended application materials

Students who have special talents in dance, music, and visual arts may submit supplementary materials for evaluation. All materials must be submitted electronically using SlideRoom. Please note that Smith will begin accepting submissions on October 15, 2013. Materials submitted by mail will not be reviewed.

Interview, on campus or with a local alumna

Optional application materials

SAT I or ACT (for U.S. citizens and U.S. permanent residents).

SAT II scores

We accept official scores that are listed on the high school transcript or sent from the testing agency. Scores listed on the Common Application are considered self-reported and will be reviewed by the admission committee.

Financial aid application requirements

Please visit Student Financial Services web site for more information and instruction on how to apply for financial aid.


Mailing address

Office of Admission
Smith College
7 College Lane
Northampton, MA  01063
Fax: 413-585-2527

Calendar of Deadlines

 

January 
Admission 

September 
Admission 

Transfer Common
Application **

 

Nov. 15

Feb. 1 *

Transfer Common Application Supplement

 

Nov. 15

Feb. 1 *

College transcript(s)

 

Nov. 15

Feb. 1 *

Photocopies of college course descriptions

 

Nov. 15

Feb. 1 *

High School transcript

 

Nov. 15

Feb. 1 *

TOEFL or IELTS scores (international students) ***

 

Nov. 15

Feb. 1 *

Registrar Report

 

Nov. 15

Feb. 1 *

Teacher Evaluation

 

Nov. 15

Feb. 1 *

Mid-term Report

 

Nov. 15

Mar. 1 *

Financial Aid Forms

 

Nov. 15

Feb. 15

Interview

 

Nov. 15

Feb. 15

Financial aid materials

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*     Preferred filing date. Applications and supporting materials will be
       accepted until May 15.
**   There is no application fee.
*** For international students instructed in a language other than English.

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