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Thank you for your interest in Eureka College! Apply now and take the first step in joining our family. Applications are considered on a rolling basis following receipt of all required items.

Select your status to get started!

If you are applying as a first time, please:
Fully complete the application for admission.
Request/Submit ACT and/or SAT results to Eureka College if your score is not on your official high school transcript. (Our ACT code is 1022; our SAT code is 1206)

Note: Applications are considered on a rolling basis following receipt of all required items. All supporting materials should be mailed to:

Eureka College
Office of Admissions
300 E. College Avenue
Eureka, IL 61530

Begin your first year application today!

If you are applying as a transfer student with any college coursework prior to high school, please:

Fully complete the application for admission.

Request official transcripts from all colleges and universities be sent to Eureka College.

Students who have less than 30 semester hours of college credit, please request official high school transcripts and ACT/SAT scores.

Note: Applications are considered on a rolling basis following receipt of all required items. All supporting materials should be mailed to:

Eureka College
Office of Admissions
300 E. College Avenue
Eureka, IL 61530

If you are applying as an international student, (in addition to the requirements described above for Freshmen and Transfer) please:

Fully complete the application for admission.

Submit TOEFL results, if your first language is not English.

Request official transcripts, in English, from all colleges and universities be sent to Eureka College.

Provide a Statement of Finance.

Notes for International Students

Eureka College does not charge an application fee.

A minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) on a 4 point scale is required.

Students from non-English speaking countries should submit ACT or SAT scores or have a minimum score of 550 on the Paper-Based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or CBT equivalent. Attendance at an American School or High School generally will mean the TOEFL is waived as long as classes in English are of a ૾B૿ grade or higher. In addition to all normal application procedures, international students must demonstrate the ability to supply funds to finance their education. International students may be considered for all Eureka scholarships.

A completed copy of the Sources of Support Form.

Note: Applications are considered on a rolling basis following receipt of all required items. All supporting materials should be mailed to:

Eureka College
Office of Admissions
300 E. College Avenue
Eureka, IL 61530

The Office of Admission will notify you of the receipt of your application with a reminder of outstanding materials needed before an admissions decision can be made.

If you are applying as an adult learner in the Organizational Leadership cohort program, please:

Fully complete the application for admission.

Request official transcripts, in English, from all colleges and universities be sent to Eureka College.

Print the Application Agreement Statement that appears after you submit the application. This confirmation page can also be printed by
logging into the National App Center website.

Note: Applications are considered on a rolling basis following receipt of all
required items. All supporting materials should be mailed to:

Eureka College
Office of Admissions
300 E. College Avenue
Eureka, IL 61530

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