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The Western State College of Colorado

WSC says:
Western is most interested in students who want to be very involved in their college life and education. 40% of our students are heavily involved in outdoor recreational activities (skiing, mountain biking, fishing, etc.) Another 50% report as being heavily involved in campus activities.

Students must have a solid academic college preparatory background, but we are not seeking academic perfection as a requirement.
Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at WSC
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at WSC
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
874
621
# Admitted
813
570
% Admitted
93.0%
91.8%
% Overall
92.5%
Oct 22 2013English
Easy. Don't worry. Have at LEAST a 2.5 and your golden.
Male
Sep 28 2013Biology
Easy to get in, No real hurdles.In state however, is a pipe dream. I did everything they wanted, and they turned me down until my third year. So, if you are out of state. Do not expect to have in state tuition. Ever.
SAT: 1040 Male
Jul 18 2013Art & Design Department
I applied - sent test scores and wrote a decent essay. They aren't super picky about who they let in.
SAT: 1500 Female
Feb 03 2013Chemistry
Paid. They will basically gladly accept anyone who can pay for it.
Male
Feb 03 2013Geography and Geosciences
Pay Cash.. If you want to get in, show up with money, they'll gladly enroll you..
Male
May 01 2011Biology
Easy to get in, but possibility for in state tuition after a year ( or two ) was absoultely not even discussed, immediately turned down.
SAT: 1100 Male

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