Brevard College knows you’re more than just a test score.
If you bring academic experiences and talents to your application for admission that fit Brevard College’s mission of experiential hands-on learning, then you may want to demonstrate that academic ability through our test optional admission.
Test Optional Tips
- You may choose test optional admission and then submit test scores. Your test scores will be treated as supplemental information if you choose this option. The Admissions Office welcomes other test scores like SAT Subject Tests and AP Tests, but this information is not required. If submitted, the Admissions Office will treat this information as supplemental.Test scores may be submitted to Brevard College via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or directly from the SAT or ACT testing agency.
- On-campus admissions interviews are strongly recommended. The admissions interview is the best way for you to learn more about Brevard through a one-on-one conversation with your Admissions Counselor. Your counselor is a Brevard College alumni who can discuss your admissions status and scholarship eligibility, and help you determine if you’re the right fit for Brevard.
- Recommendations are not required. If submitted, the Admissions Office will treat this information as supplemental.
- Admissions decisions are made on a rolling basis. That means the Admissions Office notifies you of your admission decision with 72-hours of your completed admissions file.
- Scholarship notification occurs within one week of your completed admissions file.