When evaluating applications for admission, we assess applicant interest in attending the College, readiness to do so, and willingness to embrace fully the evolving educational model.

These are not casual criteria. Students who choose to attend Goddard must do so with an understanding of what Goddard is and is not, what the curriculum and programs can and cannot offer. This website and the student handbook describes what is a starting point for that understanding. The admissions process continues the dialogue.

The Application for Admission is designed to help the faculty and administrators at Goddard learn about a prospective student’s interest, readiness, and willingness. As part of the dialogue, the questions in the application also suggest some characteristics of the students Goddard hopes to enroll.

Both undergraduate and graduate applicants are charged a $65 fee. The application fee is waived for applicants who submit their materials by the published priority deadline.

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Goddard College does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, marital/civil union status, age, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, veteran/uniformed service status, disability or other legally protected classification in any of its policies or procedures–including but not limited to those related to admission, employment, the provision of educational services, and the granting of financial aid–or in its services, facilities, privileges or benefits in compliance with and to the limits of applicable state and federal laws.

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