- Early Decision 1: November 15th
- Early Decision 2: February 1st
- Regular Decision: March 15th
Ways to Apply
The Admission Committee places the most emphasis on a student’s high school transcript. Activities, standardized tests, community involvement and all the things that make up the student’s life are important in the review process.
Juniata seeks a broad student population base including a wide geographic and cultural representation from a variety of social and economic backgrounds. The ultimate question throughout the application review process is always, "Will this student be successful at Juniata?" We support students in looking for the college that ‘fits’ them best. Hopefully, it is Juniata, but it may not be.
Requirements for Admission
- High School Transcript
- Standardized test scores*
- Application essay>
- Information concerning extra-curricular activities
*Standardized Test Optional Policy: Students may choose to submit two graded papers preferably from Senior/Junior years. The papers should be original work, no term papers. Generally, papers are 2 to 5 pages in length.
AP/IB Course Information
Juniata accepts AP credit if the student scores a 4 or 5 on the Advanced Placement exam. IB (International Baccalaureate) Exams scored at 6 or 7 receive equal credit at Juniata. Students receiving an IB diploma will have sophomore standing at Juniata.