Here’s a collection of questions that our Admission counselors are routinely asked.

Centre Admission FAQ’s

We “superscore” both the SAT and ACT.

All regular campus visits are scheduled online using our Visit Registration Form. If you’d like to attend a special admission event, such as an Open House or Overnight Preview, please see the “Admission Events” section of our site. Centre offers opportunities to visit campus 6 days a week (no Sunday tours), as well as special admission events throughout the year.
Interviews are suggested, but certainly not required! You can request an interview when you come for a campus visit, or we offer interviews each fall across the U.S. when our counselors are visiting their respective recruitment territories. Check here to see if a counselor will be in your area soon.

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No. But we do need the Centre Aid Form, our in-house supplement to FAFSA, found here.
No. Our hope is that special and premier scholarship applicants have plenty of time to apply for special and premier scholarships. Therefore, students can begin completing special and premier scholarship applications as soon as they are available, usually in September of each academic year. Click here to learn more.
Yes, applicants can submit our short supplement when they apply for admission to Centre through the Common Application.
We prefer that you submit letters of recommendation from junior or senior level teachers in core academic courses such as English, mathematics, science, social studies and higher level foreign language classes.
If a student has successfully completed high school or obtained a GED and has enrolled in another college or university, that student would be considered for transfer admission. Students taking college courses to supplement their high school offerings should apply as first-year applicants.
No. A former Centre student who is seeking readmission to the College should pursue this process with the Academic Dean’s Office and submit this application.