Last day to be admitted:
10 business days before orientation
Last day to be admitted:
1 business day before orientation
Completed application deadline: August 9, 2023
*Orientation is mandatory and those who cannot commit to attending will have their admission deferred.
Now Accepting Applications
Priority Institutional Financial Aid Scholarship Deadlines
First Time and Transfer Students Priority Application Deadlines
Fall – February 1st
Spring – November 1st
Summer – March 1st
Endowed Scholarship Deadline
Spring Endowed Scholarship Deadline is in late March each year. Click here to learn more.
How to Reach Us
General Email: [email protected]
Where you Want, When you Want
Our online degrees are designed for working professionals.
Accelerated Master’s Degree Program
Start your Master’s while you’re still in college.
We’re on the Common App
And we’re rolling admissions, so submit your application early!
Graduate Application Deadlines
|MS Counseling: Priority Deadline||June 1, 2023|
|MS Counseling: Final Deadline||July 15, 2023|
|All Other Grad||August 9, 2023|
Orientation: Saturday, August 19, 2023
Fall Term Begins: Tuesday, August 22, 2023
|MS Counseling: Priority Deadline||October 1, 2023|
|MS Counseling: Final Deadline||November 15, 2023|
|All Other Grad||December 20, 2023|
Orientation: Saturday, January 13, 2024
Spring Term Begins: Tuesday, January 16, 2024
|All Other Grad||May 8, 2024|
Orientation: Saturday, May 18, 2024
Summer Term Begins: May 21, 2024
Our Admissions Process: Finding the Right Fit
At the core of our admissions process is who you are and how we fit together.
Our Students. You are empathetic and adventurous, creative and rebellious, self-driven and forward-thinking. You are passionate about sustainability, social justice, and the humanities. You are leaders and lifelong learners.
Our Faculty and Staff. We are expert and nurturing, invested in your success, and support you whether you’re undergraduate or graduate, on campus or online.
Our Programs are hands-on, interdisciplinary, and non-traditional, rooted in real-world learning.
Together we are changemakers.
Affordable Options at a Glance
Nearly 70% of our students receive institutional scholarships in addition to Federal aid.
To qualify for any federal, state, and institutional aid, students must first fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The data from the FAFSA determines the expected family contribution (EFC). The EFC is then subtracted from the cost of attendance for the academic year. The resulting figure is your Demonstrated Financial Need.
The Changemaker Scholarship
The Changemaker Scholarship is a tuition scholarship for accepted on-campus students that enroll in a degree program. Eligibility and award levels are determined during the admissions process. The scholarship award is up to $17,000 for first-time on-campus undergraduate students and $15,000 for transfer students. Early application is encouraged.
Prescott College participates in the Title IV Federal Student Aid Program, including Pell Grant, Federal Student Loans, Federal Work Study, TEACH Grants and more. File your FAFSA to see if you are eligible. Prescott College’s FAFSA Code is: 013659.
Student Employment assists in financing educational expenses and provides a valuable service to Prescott College and local community projects. Positions continually become available in college departments, special events, orientations, campus tours, and admissions work, as well as supporting faculty and academic programs.
Take the Next Step
Come to an Event
We have several Admissions events on campus and online throughout the year. Each Open House, Preview Day, and Information Session is designed to help you get to know us and interact with members of our community.
Connect With Us
Whether you’re just beginning to consider one (or more) of our programs or are curious about specific details, we look forward to connecting with you. The Admissions team is here to help you every step of the way.
Apply for Financial Aid
While not required for admission, we strongly encourage all of our applicants to complete the FAFSA for their upcoming enrollment year. If you have questions about aid, please don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected]
Start Your Journey
We provide an education that spans areas of study and brings together knowledge from various fields.