Admission

Apply Yourself. Now.

Get a head start on your college plans — don’t put off applying to Hendrix.

Application Deadlines

Fall 2016 Admission Application Deadline Decision Notification Deposit Due
Early Action I November 15 Begins December 15 May 1
Early Action II February 1 Begins March 1 May 1
Regular Admission After February 1 After March 1 May 1

Here’s How

There are two ways to apply to Hendrix. Use either the Common Application or Hendrix’s own institutional application. Take your pick.

The Common Application

Go straight to The Common Application. If you have a problem, send an email to caohelp@commonapp.net. Or you can log in and click “Help Center.” If your question isn’t answered there, click the "Ask a Question" tab to submit your inquiry.

You’ll receive email from the Hendrix Office of Admission confirming our receipt of your application. You’ll also receive an email from The Common Application confirming your submission. If you don’t receive a confirmation email within 24 hours, be sure to contact The Common Application.

Hendrix College Application

If you use the Hendrix College paper application, please print the completed application and either scan and e-mail to adm@hendrix.edu OR fax to (501) 450-3843. You will need:

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Admission decisions are based upon academic competence and preparation, dedication to learning, and motivation to participate fully in the Hendrix community. Hendrix is nonsectarian in its admission decisions. We seek students of varied interests and talents, representative of many social, economic, and geographical backgrounds. Admission is not limited by age, race, gender, disability, sexual orientation, or national origin of the applicant. Hendrix expects students to demonstrate their seriousness of purpose by participating in a college preparatory curriculum throughout their high school careers.