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Plymouth State is unlike any other university. Choose PSU and <a href="https://www.plymouth.edu/prospective/undergraduate/undergraduate/degree-programs/"style="color:white" target="_blank">earn a degree</a> through an integrative <a href="https://www.plymouth.edu/academics/our-learning-model/" style="color:white" target="_blank">cluster approach</a>!
Check out the <a href="https://www.plymouth.edu/apply-to-psu/" style="color:white" target="_blank">applications</a> we offer to apply!
[[Required Documents]]Additional documents are required in addition to the application
[[University Decision]] [[Send Test Scores]]<center><strong>Acceptance</strong></center>
You will receive your admissions decision in the mail 2-3 weeks after we have received all of your required admissions documents.
Meanwhile, if you would like to get a feel for our campus, schedule a visit with us!
If you have any questions or need further information we have an admissions team ready to help out!
[[Financial Aid Package]]Plymouth State University does not require any test scores to be submitted, but you can still do so if you please.
Do you wish to submit test scores?
[[Yes]] [[No->University Decision]]<center>Financial Aid</center>
Okay! So you just got accepted into Plymouth State… what comes next? The first item that you are probably wondering about (or maybe your parents are!) is the financial situation. Every student has a different package coming into college, and it all is based on your performance in High School and your financial situation at home. Click here for the
<a href="https://uwf.edu/offices/financial-aid/cost-of-attendance/true-cost-calculator/" style="color:white" target="_blank">True Cost Calculator</a>. Enter all of the information that applies to you and you will get a statement of what your merit package will look like. Go ahead, give it a try!
Are you submitting SAT or ACT scores?
[[SATs]] [[ACT]]1) When signing up for the SATs through collegeboard.org, students can have their SAT scores sent directly to four colleges for free. Students have up to nine days after the test to select which schools to send their scores to for free. However, they will not see their scores before they're sent to the four selected schools.
2) If the nine day period ends, students can send their scores to schools (for a cost) to schools.
-Sign into your 'My SAT' account on collegeboard.org.
-Select 'Send Available Scores' link
-Follow the instructions
3) The College Board offers a rush reporting service. This service will send schools the student's score within two business days after rush reporting is chosen.
*NOT ALL COLLEGES PROCESS RUSH REPORTS. Since rush reporting is done through paper mail, it typically takes longer than downloading a score via the internet. Check with schools before sending scores through rush reporting*
[[University Decision]] 1) When signing up for the ACTs, students can have their scores sent directly to four colleges for free. Students have up to the Thursday following the test date to select which schools to send their scores to for free.
2) Send ACT scores to colleges by
-Sign into your ACT account
-Select 'Send your Scores' link
-Follow the instructions
3) The ACTs offer priority reports which will get scores to schools within four business days.
*NOT ALL COLLEGES PROCESS PRIORITY REPORTS. Check with schools before paying to send scores scores through priority reporting*