We empower you to monitor the status of your application for admission online through your application status portal. Throughout the application process we will communicate many important details through this account.

Application Status Portal

Accessing Your Account

  • If you used the Lawrence application you will login to your application status portal using the email address and password you established when you started the Lawrence application.
     
  • If you used the Common Application, we will email your initial login PIN within two days of receiving your application. After your initial login, you will be able to setup your application account password.
    • If you cannot locate your PIN, or believe you are not receiving messages from Lawrence, we encourage you to first check your spam/junk folder.
    • If you are still having trouble, contact your admissions counselor at 920-832-6500.

Missing Items

It can take up to one week for materials (transcripts, test scores, etc.) to post to an application account. Applications are not complete until all required documents have been received. 

If you have questions related to missing materials, or submitting specific items, we encourage you to contact us via email at adm_operations@lawrence.edu.

Transcript Submission

All transcripts must be submitted to Lawrence directly from the institution that issued them. Transcripts submitted by the applicant are deemed unofficial. We accept official transcripts sent via physical mail, electronic transcript delivery service, or hand-delivered by the applicant within a sealed envelope from the institution. Transcripts sent via physical mail should be sent to the following address:

Lawrence University
Office of Admissions
757 E College Ave
Appleton, WI 54911

ACT or SAT Score Submission

Lawrence is proud to be one of the first selective colleges in the Midwest to embrace a "test-optional" admission review. We recognize that students can demonstrate their potential for success at Lawrence in may ways, and that performance in a rigorous high school curriculum is the strongest indicator of success. With this in mind we welcome but do not require students to submit test scores with their applications for admission and scholarship. Historically, about 75% of our applicants have chosen to submit scores with their applications.

Domestic applicants that choose to have ACT or SAT scores considered as part of their application may submit self-reported or official scores for admission review. At the time of enrollment, domestic students that included test scores as part of their application are required to submit an official score to the University. Official scores must come directly from the testing organization or be included on an official high school transcript. 

The following school codes may be used when sending scores electronically from the testing organization.
ACT - 4596
SAT - 1398

English Language Proficiency (International Students)

An official TOEFL, IELTS, SAT, or ACT report is required for all international students whose native language is not English, or whose previous instruction was not in English for a minimum of 7 years.

The following school codes may be used when sending scores electronically from the testing organization.
TOEFL - 1398
SAT - 1398
ACT - 4596

If your first language is English, or you have received instruction in English for a minimum of 7 years, you may request to waive the Proficiency requirement through a signed letter from your counselor or other school official stating your proficiency level and/or years of English experience.