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Each 15’x15’ room in all 4 sections opens up into the main lounge. Rooms are furnished with beds, dressers, desks and chairs, closet space, and a sink (Gold section rooms do not have a sink).
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Application requirements vary if you are a first-year student, a transfer student, have been home-schooled, or are an international student. 

Standardized test scores (SAT/ACT) are not required for admission to Unity College. However, we encourage you to submit them if they are available. In some cases, we may request an on-campus interview, on-campus testing, or submission of additional supporting materials from candidates for admission in order to learn more about you. Tell us who you are, and how you have taken advantage of what life has thrown at you.

First-year students are required to submit:

  • The Unity College Application for Admission
  • A high school transcript
  • Short-answer response to 1 essay question
  • 2 letters of recommendation

Transfer students must submit:

  • The Unity College Application for Admission
  • All college transcripts
  • A high school transcript (if you earned fewer than 15 credits in college)
  • Short-answer response to 1 essay question
  • 1 letter of recommendation

Application deadlines are December 15 for Early Action and February 15 for Regular Admission. Transfer student application deadline is June 15 for fall admission, and December 15 for spring admission.  Transfer applications may be considered on a case-by-case basis beyond these dates.

Applying to college can seem like an overwhelming process, so please contact us by calling 800-624-1024, or e-mailing us at admissions@unity.edu if you have any questions or concerns.

 

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