21 September 2017
Colleges Where Interviews are Required or Strongly Recommended (Class of 2022)
With the fall application cycle now in full swing, it's important to keep an eye on interview requirements for the schools on your list—especially if they're looking for evidence of demonstrated interest.
To make this easier for you, we've compiled a list of popular schools where interviews are required or strongly recommended, along with the degree to which the institution considers demonstrated interest as part of the evaluation.
In cases like Hillsdale College where interviews are highly recommended and demonstrated interest is very important, it's a good bet than an interview is worth your time. On the flip side, if interviews are optional and demonstrated interest isn't considered, booking an interview is less critical. The devil is in the details, so to help you figure out your strategy we've also included a link to each listed school's interview policy. Do keep in mind that interview requirements may often vary by major.
Click on Continue Reading for the list.
Colleges that Require or Strongly Recommend Interviews
Class of 2022
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- Tags: Adelphi, Agnes Scott, Allegheny, Berea, Bowdoin, Brown, Bryn Mawr, Case Western, Christopher Newport, Claremont McKenna, Clarkson, Class of 2022, College of the Atlantic, Connecticut College, Cornell, DePauw, Drew, Florida Institute of Technology, Georgetown, Hamilton, Hamline, Hampden-Sydney, Hillsdale, Hobart and William Smith, Holy Cross, Juniata, Knox, Mills, MIT, Morehouse, Muhlenberg, Point Loma Nazarene, Sacred Heart, Saint Johns - MD, Saint Johns - NM, Saint Lawrence, Saint Louis University, Skidmore, Smith, Swarthmore, University of Rochester, University of Tulsa, Wake Forest, Washington and Lee, Wesleyan, Wheaton - MA, Yeshiva