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**Clarke is still accepting applications for fall 2015!
- APPLY ONLINE FOR FREE or download the application and mail to:
1550 Clarke Drive
Dubuque, Iowa, 52001
or fax to (563) 584-8666
Request official high school and college transcripts be sent to Clarke University.
High school transcripts should include class rank, cumulative grade point average, and senior subjects in progress. Students admitted on the basis of a sixth or seventh semester transcript must also have an eighth semester transcript certifying graduation sent to the Admissions Office prior to enrollment.
College transcripts must be requested from all institutions attended regardless if credit was earned.
If official test scores are not included on high school transcript, request that your ACT, SAT I, PAA, or TOEFL score report be sent from the testing agency. You can also email your student score report PDF for free to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that for the SAT your scores in critical reading and math are the only ones considered during the admissions process.
Enter the Clarke Code (1290 for ACT; 6099 for SAT I; 6099 for TOEFL) on your registration form.
Step-by-step instructions for downloading a PDF of your student score report: ACT Instructions SAT Instructions
The Admission Committee may require you to come to campus for a personal interview prior to making an admission decision.
ABOUT THE ADMISSIONS PROCESS
Every applicant for admission to Clarke is considered on an individual basis. The college attempts to select for admission those students who appear to be able to benefit most from its educational programs.
Because past academic success is an indicator of future success, a student's high school record is of primary importance in the evaluation process. Particular attention is paid to cumulative high school rank in relation to the overall type of academic program pursued. Scores from the ACT or SAT I also are considered.
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