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Thank you once again for your interest in William Peace University. We look forward to reviewing your application.
If you have any questions regarding your application status, please contact the Office of Admissions at 919-508-2214 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Please follow the steps below to initiate the application process for William Peace University. Completing and submitting the online application through this Web site is only the first step in the admissions process. Your application will not be considered complete and ready for review until the required secondary school records, test scores and other materials listed below are received by the William Peace University Office of Admissions. Once your online application has been received, an admissions counselor will review your file and contact you regarding any additional information needed to complete your application.
- Complete all sections of the online application as thoroughly as possible. When you are finished, click the 'SUBMIT' button on the left column of the application and follow the directions.
- Print and sign the application agreement statement that appears after you submit the application. Return the signed statement with the nonrefundable application fee of $35. The most convenient way is to use our online application fee form. You will need to supply your full legal name as it appears on your application and the last four digits of your Social Security number. You may access the online application fee form through our website at http://www.peace.edu/admissions/application-fee.
You may also mail a check or money order made payable to William Peace University to:
Office of Admissions
William Peace University
15 East Peace St.
Raleigh, NC 27604
- Arrange for SAT or ACT score reports to be sent to William Peace University. Peace's code for the SAT is 5533 and, for ACT, it is 3136.
- If you are a high school student, request that an official high school transcript be sent to the Office of Admissions. This record should include all grades received from your freshman year to the present. (See section below regarding high school transcripts.)
- If you have previous college coursework, request that each college or university you have attended send an official transcript to William Peace University. ( Transcript Request Form)
- Transfer applicants must submit a Dean's Evaluation Form from each college or university attended. ( Dean's Evaluation Form)
- International students are required to submit a photocopy of their passport, permanent residence card and visa before their application can be considered.
Applications are reviewed individually, and decisions are based on the following credentials:
- GPA in academic courses (see minimum course requirements)
- Scholastic Aptitude Test I (critical reading and math only) or American College Test scores
- Course Selection
- Rank in Class
- Interview with an Admissions representative, if requested
Further consideration will be given to an applicant's personal qualifications, co-curricular activities, community involvement, and overall potential for success. Additional consideration of a students' acceptance will be granted upon the discretion of the Vice President of Enrollment.
The major criteria in admissions' decisions are the strength of the high school course selection and the grades in the academic courses.
Recommended Academic Courses:
- English: 4 units
- Math (Algebra I, II & Geometry): 3 units*
- Science: 3 units (2 lab sciences)
- Social Science: 3 units
- Foreign Language: 2 units
*Students are encouraged to complete four years of mathematics
All applicants are encouraged to schedule an appointment to visit the campus and interview with a member of the admissions staff. In some cases, an interview may be required as part of the application process.
Applying for Early Entrance After Junior Year
Students may apply for admission to William Peace University after completion of their junior year of high school if they can provide written evidence of exceptional academic achievement, emotional stability and social maturity. Students who apply for early entrance are required:
- to have a minimum GPA of "B" (3.00) in academic courses
- to be ranked in the top 25th percentile of their class
- to have earned scores of 1100 or higher on the Scholastic Aptitude Test 1 (critical reading and verbal only)
- to be interviewed on campus by an Admissions representative
To apply for early entrance: Complete the William Peace University application and submit a final transcript showing all work completed through the end of the junior year.
Note: To be eligible for financial assistance, students must have received a high school diploma or its recognized equivalent [generally the GED (General Education Diploma)]
Applicants are required to submit official college transcripts from all colleges previously or currently enrolled at the time of application. In the event that the applicant is enrolled in classes at the time of application, she will be required to submit an updated, official final transcript upon completion of work in progress.
Prospective transfer students who have completed fewer than 24 hours of college-level course work (not including remedial or developmental courses) are required to submit SAT or ACT scores and an official transcript from high school. All transfer students are required to have a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average.
Applicants are required to submit a completed Dean's Evaluation form before an admissions decision can be made. This form is to be completed by the Dean of Students at the last college or university attended.
Admissions decisions are based on evidence of a candidate's sound academic training, ability, motivation, maturity and integrity as shown in school records and standardized test results. International students applying under the auspices of Kaplan International or those who are presently enrolled in an American high school or college should contact the Office of Admissions for more information at 1-800-PEACE-47 (919-508-2214 locally) or email@example.com.
William Peace University is authorized by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Services to enroll non-immigrant students in accordance with federal regulations. International applicants for fall must complete their application by May 1 for the fall semester or October 1 to be considered for the spring semester. The following guidelines are used to evaluate the application of International students:
- William Peace University requires students seeking admission to complete the Personal Verification worksheet.
- The Admissions Office must receive official copies of transcripts from all schools attended previously; all forms must be translated into English. William Peace University recommends using World Education Service, Inc. (WES) as a valid source of translation. WES does require a fee for translation.
- William Peace University requires a minimum score of 550 on the written Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or 213 on the computer-based TOFEL or a minimum score of 80 on the internet-based TOFEL from students whose native language is not English. To be considered for merit-based scholarships, international students are required to take the Scholastic Aptitude Test I (SAT I) or the American College Test (ACT).
- Four years of study of English as a foreign language is preferred; students should have maintained a grade of "C" or better in such courses.
- Any National Examination results, such as British GCE "O" or "A" levels must be submitted as a part of the Application. Photocopies of these certificates must be certified by the high school and bear the secondary school's official stamp or seal.
- Applicants must complete and submit the Certificate of Financial Responsibility upon acceptance.
- Applicants must submit a notarized medical form with immunization records upon acceptance.
High School Transcripts
Most North Carolina public high schools now have the capability to electronically send official high school transcripts to all 110 North Carolina colleges and
universities through CFNC.org. We encourage you to visit your school counselor to verify coursework and grades prior to requesting an electronic transcript.
To send an electronic transcript, you must:
- Make sure you have entered the following information in your profile and/or CFNC.org online admission application:
- First and Last name - This must match your legal name (use the name that appears on your report card, or check with your high school counselor).
NC Student Number (formerly NC WISE Student ID) - is your North Carolina public high school student identifier number and is only applicable to
North Carolina High School students. Providing the NC Student Number is voluntary and if provided, will give you the opportunity to request your high school
- Current high school (or high school at time of graduation)
- Date of birth
- E-mail address
Be currently enrolled at or graduated from in 2013, a participating public high school in North Carolina that has converted from NC WISE to PowerSchool/HomeBase.
If you are not sure about your school's current status or statusat the time you graduated, check with your school counselor.
As of November 13, 2013, electronic transcripts for some schools are now being processed from NC DPI's new PowerSchool system. Please refer to the
list of schools spreadsheet to see if your school is in a district that has chosen to send from the new
PowerSchool system, or if your school is in a district that has chosen to send from the NC WISE system. The differences are described below.
PowerSchool: This means that currently enrolled students can now send electronic transcripts that contain their current student information from PowerSchool.
Please note there will be a temporary process change for electronic transcripts until later this academic year for students who graduated in summer 2013 or before. NC DPI is in the process of
migrating historical data from NC WISE to PowerSchool. If you graduated in summer 2013 or before, you will need to contact your high school directly to request a transcript.
NC WISE: This means that all currently enrolled students and former students can send electronic transcripts that contain their information from NC WISE. For currently enrolled seniors, please
note that transcripts from NC WISE do not include any courses in which you are currently enrolled (Fall 2013).
Over the next few weeks NC DPI is working to transition all remaining schools to the new PowerSchool system. Please check this message area and the list of schools spreadsheet (link above) for
the latest information.
If these conditions were met when you submitted your CFNC.org online application, you will then be presented with the option to request your high school transcript
be sent electronically to that institution.
If you submitted an online admission application through another website or university portal, we encourage you to request your high school transcript be sent
electronically to that institution from the CFNC Transcript Manager (located under the Apply tab → To College → Transcript Manager).