For admission to Saint Constantine College, you should have a solid college-prep background, including two years of algebra, one year of geometry, and two years of a foreign language. Additional work in humanities, mathematics, and foreign language is advised, as well as two or three years of natural science. We recommend taking the most challenging courses in your high school, whether AP, IB, or honors courses.
Required Steps and Materials For All Applicants
- Writing Supplement/Essays
- High school transcripts and any college transcripts
- Provide a written reference from a clergyman at the church you attend. If you do not attend church or similar place of worship, please provide a written character reference from someone other than a close family member.
For priority consideration for admission and on-campus jobs, prospective students are encouraged to apply by the early action December 1 deadline.
Applicants who wish to apply after March 1 should contact the Admissions Officer (email@example.com)—prior to submitting materials—to determine whether space is still available for the coming academic year. Because we limit the number of new students admitted each year, qualified late applicants may be placed on a waiting list or encouraged to become an early applicant for the following academic year.
|September 15||Application Opens|
|December 1||Early Action Deadline|
Regular Application Deadline
Housing Application Deadline
|May 1||Enrollment and Housing Deposit Deadline|
Move In Day
|August 13-19||New Student Orientation|
First Day of Classes for Fall 2022
Interviews are required in order to apply for admission to Saint Constantine. Interviews allow our Admission Committee to get to know you better, and you will also have the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about Saint Constantine. You can request an interview during your campus visit, or via phone or video conference.
Saint Constantine does not require testing for admission. You are welcome to submit any test scores with your application. International students who are not educated in English must submit CLT, SAT, ACT, TOEFL, or IELTS scores.
Transfer of Credits
Transfer students are accommodated on a case-by-case basis. If you have questions about your eligibility, please submit a copy of any unofficial transcripts to the Admissions Office.