The Bentley University Undergraduate Admission requirements for the academic year have been released. The list contains the names of applicants that have been accepted into the school.
The management of Bentley University Admission has released the list of Undergraduate requirements for admission into the institution.
Bentley University Undergraduate Admission & Requirements
- Application form with a $75 fee. Complete the Common Application* (you’ll need to create an account to get started). If you have financial hardship, you can request your high school counselor to submit the College Board Fee Waiver on your behalf. *If you are a home-schooled student, use code 970000 for the secondary school block on the Common Application.
- Official high school transcript or GED score report. Transcripts are considered official only when they are received directly from your school. Self-submitted transcripts are considered unofficial. We require an official transcript from all high schools you have attended, including your most recent grades at the time of your application. It’s very important that you have your current school send us your grades from the first marking period of your senior year as soon as they are available. Once mid-year grades are released, be sure that your school sends these to us directly as well. Transcripts written in a language other than English must be accompanied by an officially translated English version and submitted by an outside organization or school official.
- Core curriculum requirements. The basic core requirements for admission are 4 years of English, 4 years of Mathematics (we recommend applicants complete pre-calculus at a minimum), 3 years of Lab Science, 3 years of History/Social Science and 3 years of a foreign language.
- College essay. You can choose from any of the topics listed in the application.
- Senior Grades. Senior grades are an important factor in our admission decision. We will not release a decision without having some indication of your academic performance from senior year; examples include, but are not limited to, first quarter, first semester or first trimester grades. If you are an International Baccalaureate or A-Level candidate, we will consider your predicted grades in the admission process. If your school does not provide senior grades prior to our notification date, please contact our office. Keep in mind, your guidance office may not automatically send your grades, so we recommend that you confirm submission with your guidance counselor.
- Two letters of recommendation. You should submit one recommendation letter from your counselor and one from a teacher who can speak to your strengths and talents. You can have them mailed or fax directly to us or submit them through Common Application.
- Standardized test scores. We have temporarily suspended the standardized test score requirement for the 2023-2024 academic years (spring 2023, fall 2023 and spring 2024). If you have elected to take a standardized test and would like to share the results, official test scores may be submitted in one of the following ways:
- Submitted directly from the testing agency (SAT code: 3096; ACT code: 1783)
- Included on the secondary school transcript
- Sent directly by the student’s school/college counselor or CBO advisor to [email protected] or fax +1-781-891-3414