Alongside us, you'll expand your knowledge, search your soul, and push your faith so you can make a unique contribution to the world.
Applications for Fall 2019 are still being processed and reviewed, so apply now!
Applications will be open August 1, 2019
|Application Type||Application Deadline||Apply for
|Decision By||Candidate Reply Date|
Early Action I
Early Action II
|Fall Transfer||03/01/20||Beginning 10/1/19||Rolling||5/1/20|
|Spring First-Year or Transfer||11/1/19||Beginning 7/1/19
(use FAFSA for 2019-2020 academic year)
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Track the progress of your application, whether you are using the CommonApp or the Westmont Application, by logging into the portal below. Please consider:
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The Application Portal does not provide final admission decision information.
If you are using the Common Application you may track your status by creating an account in the portal using the same email address as in your Common Application. Once you have created your account, you may return to this page and login using the button below. If you have applied using Westmont’s new Application Portal, you can bypass this step and go straight to the login page.
First Year Students
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Applying to Westmont? Meet some of the students who have gone before you.
Lalia Mangione chose Westmont instead of a music conservatory. “This was a place I could thrive, be motivated and encouraged to work harder,” she says. “My professors and peers genuinely appreciate me, not just my skills on the violin. I wanted to become a well-rounded person who could serve the world in many different spheres.”
John Wong found classes challenging his first semester at Westmont. In a meeting with his academic adviser, the San Jose resident opened up.
Bethany Le began singing with her mom and playing music with her family in Carlsbad, Calif., at an early age. “It’s a big passion of mine,” she says. “It speaks to my soul.”
Becky Collier, NAIA national champion in the outdoor heptathlon and a three-time All-American, says Westmont is pretty perfect. She gets elite athletic training at a Christian school with strong academics.