Application Procedures

LIM College accepts applications on a rolling admissions basis. You may apply at any time up to the beginning of the fall or spring term until all openings are filled. However, it is strongly recommended you apply as early as possible.

To be considered for undergraduate admission, you must submit:

  1. Official transcripts from all high schools and/or colleges attended.
  2. Application for admission and a $40 non-refundable application fee. You may apply online or print a paper application.  (**Freshman who are applying for the Fall 2013 semester as Early Action, no longer have to complete an Early Action Form.  However, all application materials must be in no later than November 15th in order to be considered for Early Action.**)
  3. Official score report of SAT or ACT tests. The Writing portion is required for both tests (effective for ACT test takers for Fall 12 admission and beyond). The standardized test requirement is waived for students who have satisfactorily completed at least 30 credit hours at an accredited college.
  4. Two letters of recommendation (e.g. teacher, guidance counselor or supervisor at a job). Download our Recommendation Request Form here. 
  5. The required essay.
  6. An Activity Sheet is strongly recommended.  Download suggested guidelines for the Activity Sheet
  7. LIM College will contact you if an interview is required.  Students who desire an on-campus interview to supplement their application can do so by request.

ALL DOCUMENTS SHOULD BE SENT TO THE ATTENTION OF UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS

For a full list of LIM College's Undergraduate Admission Policies please contact our office.

Official notification of an offer of admission can only be made by the Dean of Admissions, Assistant Dean of Admissions, or the Admissions Committee. Notification will be sent via mail on official LIM College letterhead within 4-6 weeks of receipt of the completed application.

A letter or email from a faculty member, student, or staff member outside the Undergraduate Admissions Office does not constitute an official offer of admission. Official notification will not be disseminated via email, social media, or telephone. If you receive a notice that you find questionable, please contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office at 212-752-1530.

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