Overall Lewis & Clark College Acceptance Rate
Accepted Applicants Profile
- SAT Scores: 1190 - 1440
- ACT Scores: 27 - 31
- Average GPA: 3.9
How Hard Is It to Get into Lewis & Clark College
Applicant Selectivity: Moderately Selective
The selectivity of applicants for undergraduate admissions to Lewis & Clark is considered moderately selective. Many accepted applicants score in the mid-range on the SAT or ACT exam, as well as having a solid high school GPA and number of college prep courses.
How Does Lewis & Clark College Compare to Other Liberal Arts Colleges in OR
General Recommendations & Requirements for Admissions
For consideration for admission, prospective applicants should have completed a curriculum during secondary education to include the following set of courses: English (4 years); Mathematics (4 years); History or social science (3-4 years); Foreign language (2-3 years); Lab science (3 years); and Fine arts (1 year).
Those prospective students who have achieved above average scores in Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, or honors courses may receive additional consideration.
An exemplary record of success in core academic courses is a key indicator of subsequent success at Lewis & Clark College. Therefore, in addition to curriculum performance, Lewis & Clark reviews the following:
- (1) SAT or ACT scores.
- (2) a secondary school report.
- (3) an evaluation completed by a teacher in any grade 10 through 12.
- (4) a personal essay.
Lewis & Clark admissions staff will additionally review prospective enrollees’ extracurricular activities, leadership roles, community service performed, and/or work experience.
Number of Applicants, Percent Admitted, and Enrolled Students
Average Standardized Test Scores
|SAT Section||Score Range|
|Critical Reading||600 - 720|
|Math||590 - 720|
|Total Score:||1190 - 1440|
|ACT Section||Score Range|
|Composite Score:||27 - 31|