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Shippensburg University Admissions

SAT/ACT Tests Not Required at Ship

If you’re ready to set out on a whole new stage of your educational voyage, overcome obstacles, and rise above challenges, admission to Shippensburg University is the next step to tackling the journey from coursework to career.

The Shippensburg University Admissions staff is here to help you take the first leap, whether you are an undergraduate or graduate applicant. We support your whole identity, as a student, friend, family member, future leader and an important part of an increasingly diverse and global community. We can help you bring your talents to the world.

Take the Next Step at Ship

Our admissions office staff is always ready and willing to provide assistance. We can help you plan a campus visit, send you information about degree programs you’re interested in and help you start your application.

Contact the Shippensburg University admissions team.

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No Application Deadlines, No Testing Required

Undergraduate applicants to Shippensburg University are considered for admission whether or not they have taken the SAT or ACT test. You’ll just need a high school transcript.

For some undergraduate degrees, submitting an SAT/ACT score can help you increase the chance to receive early admission to Ship. Review the details of our test-optional admissions policy.

Undergraduate Admissions

 If you are currently a high school senior or are curious about becoming a first-time college student, Shippensburg’s undergraduate admissions process is simple.

Submit your application and high school transcripts or GED results, and you’ll hear back from us soon.

Review comprehensive information about Shippensburg’s undergraduate admissions process and requirements.

Graduate Admissions

Apply today to one of Ship’s master’s programs, doctoral programs or graduate certificates. Offering both in-person and online formats, The Graduate School requires different application materials depending on the degree, some remaining completely test-optional.

Review the admissions process and requirements for all graduate programs.

Learn more about The Graduate School by attending an informative graduate open house.

Our rolling college admissions schedule means that you can apply any time prior to the start of a fall or spring semester. Find those dates on the current academic calendar.