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Elizabethtown College

Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at ELC
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at ELC
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
1,217
2,448
# Admitted
804
1,607
% Admitted
66.1%
65.6%
% Overall
65.8%
Feb 14 2014Computer Science
I took the SAT, got average scores, and got an average GPA in high school. I feel like the biggest hurdle is being able to justify the tuition, which they just raised 4.5%.
Male
Jan 31 2013English
I had a 3.4 GPA and an SAT score of 1860. It was pretty much the SAT score that did it for me. I didn't have very many extra-curricular activities since I was only in one club that took up a LOT of my time. Honestly, there are people here that shouldn't have even been accepted, so I wouldn't worry too much.
Female
Aug 20 2010Biology
have a good gpa? can skip out on SAT score if needed :)
Female
May 05 2010English
Gave them lots and lots of tuition money.
Female
Apr 29 2010English
Elizabethtown is really impressed if you have done a lot of extracurriculars and service. Their motto is "Educate for Service."
Female
Feb 18 2010Computer Engineering
As long as your grades and SAT scores are above average you'll have no problem getting in.

If they are average or below, the in person interview they want to do with all applying students is make or break. If you're charismatic and legitimately excited about being accepted you'll get in.

SAT: 1310 Male

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