HOW TO APPLY FOR ADMISSION
You may apply online at www.willistonstate.edu/apply. Applicants must submit all documents to the following address below:
Williston State College
1410 University Avenue
Williston, ND 58801
1. APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION
This form must be completed and submitted by the applicant. Click here to start an application for admission.
2. $35.00 APPLICATION FEE
This is a one-time, non-refundable fee.
3. DOCUMENTATION OF 2 MMR VACCINATIONS
The North Dakota State Board of Higher Education requires that all students attending North Dakota State institutions demonstrate immunity to measles, mumps and rubella.
4. OFFICIAL HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT OR GED
Official transcripts must be sent directly from the school and must include the graduation date. Official GED transcripts must be sent from the Department of Public Instruction. International credentials must be evaluated through an approved evaluation service. Please contact Enrollment Services for a list of approved evaluators.
5. OFFICIAL ACT OR SAT SCORES
Placement scores are required for all degree-seeking students. The following placement scores are acceptable for admission requirements: ACT, SAT, Compass and/or Accuplacer. ACT or SAT scores may be no older than 5 years at time of admission. Compass and Accuplacer scores may be no older than 3 years at time of admission. Older scores will require a student to take a more recent placement exam. To schedule a placement exam at WSC, please visit https://willistonstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_73ruFQSCr130Bpj.
6. OFFICIAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS
Applicants who have attended other post-secondary institutions prior to applying to Williston State College must contact each institution and request an official transcript of all course work be sent directly from the institution to the Enrollment Services Office at Williston State College. International credentials must be evaluated through an approved evaluation service. Please contact Enrollment Services for a list of approved evaluators.
Collaborative Student-Enrolled in courses at more than one NDUS institution
Early Entry Student-A high school student enrolled in a college course for both high school and college credit
International Student-A student that is attending WSC that is originally coming from outside of the United States