Kendall College – Helping you Reach Your Goals
Welcome! Thank you for your interest in Kendall College. You can be confident that we approach the admissions process with you in mind and that we will treat your information with confidentiality and respect. The admissions process is highly personalized, as we seek to learn about each person's goals and potential for success.
While most schools have deadlines, where applications are only accepted until a defined date, Kendall College offers rolling admissions. This process allows students to submit applications throughout the year.
The application and all supporting materials must be on file in the Admissions Office before an application is considered complete.
All applicants are required to complete an on-campus interview with an Enrollment Advisor. The interview helps to assess your goals and lifestyle to determine a successful education plan that works for you.
Prospective students are encouraged to visit Kendall and meet other students and faculty. Visits may be coordinated with the interview and are best scheduled when classes are in session.
If you share our enthusiasm for the possibilities that await you at Kendall, we look forward to hearing from you. If you have questions, please call us toll-free at 1.888.90.KENDALL (1.888.905.3632).
Learn more about applying to Kendall by selecting one of the categories below:
First-Year Students - You are just beginning your post-secondary education after graduating high school.
Transfer Students - You have completed at least 12 earned semester credits or 18 quarter hours of transferrable credit at another accredited school.
International Students - You live abroad and are interested in attending Kendall College as a first-year student or transfer from a Les Roches School.
Working Adults - You are an adult with a full-time job or significant family responsibilities and need flexible programs that still give you the degree you need.
Readmitted Students - You are a former Kendall College student previously enrolled in an undergraduate degree program who has been absent from the college for four or more consecutive quarters.