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Kalamazoo College Admissions

Kalamazoo admissions is somewhat selective with an acceptance rate of 66%. Students that get into Kalamazoo have an average SAT score between 1078-1370 or an average ACT score of 25-30. The regular admissions application deadline for Kalamazoo is January 15. Interested students can apply for early action and early decision. The early action deadline is November 15, and the early decision deadline is November 15.

Admissions Statistics

Acceptance Rate
66%
Early Decision Acceptance Rate
74%
Total Applicants
3,626
SAT Range
1078-1370
SAT Reading
528-680
SAT Math
550-690
Students Submitting SAT
28%
ACT Range
25-30
ACT English
25-31
ACT Math
24-29
ACT Writing
10-11
Students Submitting ACT
78%

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Admissions Deadlines

Application Deadline
January 15
Early Decision Deadline
November 15
Early Action Deadline
November 15
Offers Early Decision
Yes
Offers Early Action
Yes
Application Fee
$0
Accepts Common App
Yes
Accepts Coalition App
No

Admissions Requirements

What Really Matters When Applying
  • High School GPA
    Required
  • High School Rank
    Neither required nor recommended
  • High School Transcript
    Required
  • College Prep Courses
    Required
  • SAT/ACT
    Neither required nor recommended
  • Recommendations
    Required
Poll
89%
of students say the admissions process made them feel like the school cared about them as an applicant.9 responses
Poll
78%
of students feel the admissions process evaluated them individually as a real person, not just a set of numbers.9 responses
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