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Luther College

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Students who got into Luther:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (2), Grades (2), Sports/Extracurriculars (0), College Essay (3)
Just applySep 11 2015Unknown
just apply. they'll take you. they didn't meet their quota last year.
ACT: 26 Female
I got in with the good grades from highJul 24 2012Business - Management and Administration
I got in with the good grades from high school and well written, interesting essay. They aren't looking for perfection, they just want someone who is creative and willing to learn.
Present yourself how you truly areSep 26 2006Biology
Present yourself how you truly are. Find unique aspects about yourself. Put together a well-organized application, and use the online Common Application!

I'm sorry, I don't really remember much about the application process.... as soon as it was over I put it out of my mind!
ACT: 33 Female

I was a transfer student and found it relativelyAug 16 2005Political Science
I was a transfer student and found it relatively easy to get in. I had a pretty good high school transcript, did well my first year of college, and had a great ACT score. It didn't take anything spectacular to get in--but if you haven't done as well in high school, be prepared to work a little harder. Classes are challenging.
ACT: 33 Female
Application was pretty straight forward, and they didn't requireJul 05 2003Language - French/Spanish/etc.
Application was pretty straight forward, and they didn't require you to jump through hoops in order to receive your merit award notification. Merit awards were based on your HS transcript, APs, strength of your coursework, etc. No special essay was required to receive the merit awards. Award information came within a few days of my acceptance letter, which was very nice. (I had a 30 ACT and ended up with almost $10000 a year in merit aid. I think top awards for new freshmen in '03-'04 are over $12000 a year.)
ACT: 30 Female
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