The same admission criteria apply to homeschooled students as to all other admission applicants.
You can apply anytime, but we recommend that you apply;
- Before March 15 for fall admission
- Before Dec. 1 for spring
Freshman applicants apply before Nov. 15 (for the fall),
and get an admission decision by Dec. 15.
Visit Application Guidelines to see what we’re looking for in an application.
1. Complete and submit the application -including essay & fee:
- Apply Online or complete a paper copy (PDF 80 kb).
- Pay your application fee online
- or, if you already have one, you can apply using the Common Application.
2. Submit the following documents to the director of admission:
- Your official high school transcript (or GED)
- SAT or ACT scores (with writing). Our code is 3649.
- The Home School Supplement Form located on the Common Application website
- One recommendation from the primary educator
- One recommendation from a coach, community leader, or supervisor
- An additional writing sample (creative writing majors)
- An additional essay, if you’re applying to the Honors Program
If your home school program is not accredited, you must meet all state regulations put forth by your home state and the state of New Hampshire, and should submit a portfolio including course descriptions, an annotated reading list, and graded work for review.
3. Explore financial aid.
4. Contact your Admission Counselor if you have questions along the way.