Freshmen Admissions

As you begin to look towards your future, and you are trying to decide where you will potentially spend the next four years of your life, you will have many questions to ponder. You are about to embark on a journey that will forever impact your future. As one of the Princeton Review’s “Best in the Southeast” universities, WIU can provide the personal attention that you are seeking. It begins with the Admissions process, and it will continue long after you graduate. With a friendly environment and helpful faculty and staff, come experience what WIU has to offer.

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First-year freshman students are those who are entering our University from High School or students transferring with less than 15 completed college level credit hours.

  1. Application
    Submit the Application for Admissions either online or by submitting the paper copy. There is a $35 non-refundable application fee that must be paid with the application. Apply Here Printable Application
  2. Essay
    Submit a short personal essay on why you wish to attend Webber. This will help us to learn more about you as an applicant and better personalized your admissions process.
  3. Information Release Form
    Family or friends helping you with the admissions process? Make sure you submit the Information Release Form listing their names. We are not allowed to release any of your personal information to third parties without your consent. Information Release Form
  4. Transcript
    Ask your High School to send us your official High School transcript (Standard High School Diploma). If you submit the transcript yourself, be sure that you submit it in a sealed envelope. We also accept GED results. Proof of high school graduation or the equivalent in the country the student attended secondary school is required. Exit examinations for students from countries where they are required must be submitted.
    Regular Mail
    Webber International University
    Attn: Admissions
    P.O. Box 96
    Babson Park, FL 33827
    Express Mail
    Webber International University
    Attn: Admissions
    1201 N Scenic Hwy
    Babson Park, FL 33827
  5. Test Scores
    Submit your official SAT and/or ACT scores. The SAT score will be computed based on the Math and Critical Reading sections only. Submit all scores if you took the test multiple times as we do super score using the highest score of each category. If the test scores are not on your official High School transcript, be sure to order them through the testing boards ( SAT code – 5893, ACT code – 0773). SAT ACT
  6. College Credit
    Students who were dual enrolled or attended college/university should submit an official transcript from the college or university where credit was earned in order to be considered for transfer credit at WIU. The same applies for AP or CLEP credit. Official results need to be sent to WIU to be considered for transfer credit.


Our admissions philosophy is very simple – we look at each applicant individually as a whole because our mission is to educate the whole individual. There are no stated minimum scores for GPA or test scores. We strongly consider GPA and class rank as evidence of past academic success, SAT/ACT scores as an indicator of future academic success, and extracurricular activities with emphasis on leadership, volunteerism, service and commitment as evidence of the breadth and depth of involvement and predictor of contributions as a member of our campus community.


Selection of students admitted to the University is based upon the credentials submitted by the applicant. The University will give careful consideration to all applicants who submit their credentials before the deadline date. Applicants for regular admission will be notified of their admission status within three weeks of receipt of all required forms and information until the available seats are filled.


  • Fall acceptance – students must submit applications by August 1
  • Spring acceptance – applications must be submitted by December 1
  • Summer acceptance – applications must be submitted by April 1


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