Admissions Process

It is strongly recommended that you schedule a time to meet with a Transfer Counselor. Transfer Counselors will assist you throughout the transfer admission process, in addition to providing you with an unofficial evaluation of your current and future courses.

  1. Apply to Benedictine University
    1. Apply Online
    2. Download a hard copy
    3. Call the Enrollment Center at (630) 829-6300 and we will mail an application to you.
  2. Request all official college / university transcripts to be mailed to Benedictine University (5700 College Rd. Lisle, IL 60532)
    1. If you have less than 20 transferable credits earned, request your official High School Transcripts, official ACT or SAT scores to Benedictine University
    2. If international credits are earned, order an evaluation from ECE to be sent to Benedictine University
  3. Your admission counselor may request additional materials if you did not meet the minimum admission requirements. You may be asked to submit:
    1. A personal statement
    2. Letter of reference by an academic or professional contact
  4. Once your completed application has been received and reviewed, an admission counselor will personally contact you by phone with your admission status.

Requirements

Benedictine University's admissions philosophy is to select students who will perform successfully in the University's academic programs and actively participate in University life. We offer a rolling admission into all of our traditional undergraduate programs, meaning applications are accepted and admission decisions are made throughout the year without deadline restrictions.

Students transferring into Benedictine University's traditional undergraduate programs must have:

  • A minimum of 20 transferable semester hours (If a student has fewer than 20 semester hours of transfer credit, freshman requirements apply)
  • A cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale or better from all colleges and universities previously attended.
  • No previous academic probation or academic dismissal

Students who do not meet the above admission requirements are encouraged to contact the Enrollment Center to set up an appointment with one of our Transfer Counselors to discuss the Admission Committee review process.