Applying to Whitman

A Whitman education is intellectually challenging. It's about developing the broad foundation of knowledge as well as the critical thinking and communication skills you need to lead a life of distinction and service. It's about lifelong learning and lifelong friendships. Discovering who you are and who you want to become. It's about developing the right values and achieving the right balance between the intellectual, professional, social, and personal aspects of your life.

Who should apply? As an intellectually-centered, diverse, and highly-engaged community of scholars, we care deeply about who you are and how you will contribute to our community. This is why we seek high-achieving students with diverse backgrounds - curious, inspired, and highly-engaged students with a passion for learning and a wide and eclectic range of interests; the kind of independent-minded students who are motivated to take intellectual risks in order to become the kind of leaders who can make a difference in the world.

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International Applicants

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