|Students who got into RWU say:|
Essay (9) |
| | The admissions process here is getting more competitive, but it's certainly not cut-throat. Just let your application/interview reflect who you are. Admissions should be about finding out if a school is the right place for you, not just trying to impress the administration.
To get into RWU, you need to have good academics, if you have over a 3.3 coming in, you get some honors money and that's just one more way to get involved. They post trips to NYC and other events... its a good time. You don't have to be brilliant, and likewise, if your GPA is not so hot but you were involved in everything in highschool, extracurriculars go a long way in your acceptance.
| Engineering Department|
| Jun 13 2007 |
It was so long ago I just remember sending in the application and not really thinking about it. To get into RWU you need to have good a SAT score and should have good grades. You could also show RWU what you could bring to them and how you can "Learn to Bridge the World".
| Communications|| May 05 2007 | It was pretty easy to gte in when I applied but it is definately getting difficult.