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You may mail or e-mail these documents to:
100 Wartburg Blvd.
Waverly, IA 50677
Wartburg College Test Score Requirements
Wartburg offers two levels of admission for non-U.S. citizen applicants. Students may choose from the SAT, ACT, TOEFL, IELTS, PTE Academic, EIKEN, GTEC, Duolingo exams. Only one test score is required.
Regular Admission: students must achieve the following minimum test scores or equivalents on approved exams:
TOEFL: Paper—550/iBT—80 | IELTS: 6.0 | ACT: 19 | SAT: 980 (CR + M)
Step EIKEN: Grade Pre-1st | PTE Academic: 53 | GTEC CBT: 1200 | Duolingo: 50-100
Bridge Program: students are formally admitted to the bachelor’s degree program but must take Intensive English requirements as part of their first semester.
TOEFL: Paper—480/iBT—55 | IELTS: 5.0 | Step EIKEN: Grade 2A | PTE Academic: 43
GTEC CBT: 1025| Duolingo: 30-49
Benefits to Applying Now:
File for financial aid earlier. Attend scholarship days (if eligible). Receive priority information about deadlines.
Choose ONE of the following FREE application options:
Apply for Financial Aid
Step 1 – Apply for admission. To be considered for financial aid, you must first be accepted for admission to Wartburg College.
Step 2 – File a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after Oct. 1 in your senior year. For priority consideration, you should file before Nov. 1. Be sure to list Wartburg College code #001896. If you are an Iowa resident, check the state release box. You are encouraged to apply over the Internet at www.fafsa.ed.gov. In order to sign your FAFSA electronically, you and your parent must have a FSA ID. Paper forms are available for those without access to the Internet by calling 1-800-433-3243.
Step 3 – If requested, submit an IRS Tax Return Transcript and completed Verification Worksheet to the Wartburg College Financial Aid Office.
Step 4 – First-year students will be sent an email approximately 7-10 days prior to the student’s S.O.A.R. (Student Orientation And Registration) Day. A checklist will contain directions and information to be completed and returned on or before your scheduled S.O.A.R. day.
Step 5 – Apply for other aid from your high school, church, civic organizations, clubs, or other sources. Notify the Financial Aid Office of all additional scholarships you receive.