When to Apply
Millsaps College offers two application plan options for first-year applicants: Early Action (a non-binding option) and Regular Decision.
|Early Action (Non-Binding)||November 15|
|Regular Decision (Fall)||March 1 (Preferred)|
|Regular Decision (Spring)||November 1 (Preferred)|
How to Apply
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Our Review Process
At Millsaps, we take a holistic approach when reviewing applications so we can learn all about you. We begin the review process in August and evaluate applicants based on their:
- high school grades
- class selection and rigor
Since most of our applicants are highly competitive scholars, we also take into consideration any submitted test scores, letters of recommendation and essays.
We begin releasing applicant decisions in August, and we verify any self-reported data prior to enrollment.
Please note: any discrepancy in self-reported data may result in an adjustment to your merit scholarship and/or void our decision.
Next Steps for Admitted Applicants
Millsaps’ Test Optional Information
You have the option to submit your application without a standardized test score.
If you decide to apply without submitting an ACT or SAT test score, your counselor will need to send us your official high school transcript. We do not accept faxed transcripts.
If you decide to submit your ACT or SAT scores, we will accept your self-reported test scores via our online application and the self-reported form (if you did not include this data on your application)!
Therefore, your official standardized test scores are only required after you have paid your enrollment deposit. Your scores should either be sent from ACT or SAT or appear on your official high school transcript. Millsaps’ ACT code is 2212 and our SAT code is 1471.