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Stillman College Quick Start Guide

How does this application work? 

The Centralized Application Service (CAS) simplifies the process of applying to programs. You start by selecting the program you wish to apply to, then you submit one application that includes all necessary materials. Once received by Stillman College, your application and materials go through a verification process before being transmitted to your selected program. Click here to start your application.

How long does the application process take? 

It's important you apply as early as possible since completing your application can be a lengthy process, and since application processing times vary throughout the cycle. Below is a suggested timeline that includes key actions to keep the application process on track. This timeline may need to be adjusted based on your program's deadlines and requirements. 

Timeline Key Actions

Prior to the Start of the Application Process

  1. Research the program you wish to apply to. Pay special attention to:

    • Cycle dates and deadline requirements. 
    • Application fees.
    • Reference requirements. 
    • Minimum requirements, standardized test scores, etc. 
  2. Ask your schools to send you the official transcripts you'll need to upload

  3. Begin contacting potential recommenders to confirm their participation, if applicable. 

  4. Review the instructions in this Help Center. 

At Least 3 Months Prior to Deadline

  1. Create your account
  2. Complete the Colleges Attended section, if applicable. 
  3. Complete the Recommendations section, if applicable. 

At Least 10-12 Weeks Prior to Deadline

Check in with your recommenders to confirm that they received the recommendation request via e-mail.

At Least 6-8 Weeks Prior to Deadline

Complete and submit your application. Monitor your application for receipt of recommendations and follow up on any missing items.

At Least 4-6 Weeks Prior to Deadline

Continue monitoring your application until your status is Complete. 

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