If you have not taken the SAT/ACT or you think that a standardized test does not showcase your abilities as a student, Millikin is offering an alternate path to admission for Fall 2021. All students will be required to submit an essay with their application, as well as their high school transcript. Students with an unweighted GPA below 3.0 on a 4.0 scale will also be required to submit two letters of recommendation and undergo an admission interview with your Admission Counselor to complete their admission requirement.
Applying with Test Scores
1. High School Transcript
3. ACT/SAT Test Scores
Applying without Test Scores
1. High School Transcript
If your unweighted GPA is less than a 3.0 on a 4.0 Scale you must also:
3. Submit Two Letters of Recommendation from:
a. Guidance Counselor
b. High School Teacher
4. Interview with Admission Counselor
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You Make it Millikin. We'll Make it Affordable.
At Millikin, 99% of students receive some form of financial aid. Our average financial aid package is worth over $15,000, and unlike loans, scholarship and financial aid money don’t need to be paid back!
Need-based aid is awarded based on results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is the only financial aid application required by Millikin (Millikin’s school code is 001724).
Over $20 Million in Scholarships
All students who submit an application and are admitted to Millikin will receive a Merit or Opportunity Scholarship to assist in the cost of tuition. More info on available scholarships and grants can be found on the Scholarships & Grants page.
Calculate the Cost of Your Education
Millikin provides a Net Price Calculator to help you estimate your eligibility for financial aid. To learn what aid you may receive, visit the Net Price Calculator page.
Student Financial Services
The Office of Student Financial Services can answer your questions about billing and financial aid.
Big Blue Athletics are a vital part of the Millikin experience - almost 40% of Millikin’s student body participates in athletics. Student-athletes and fans alike enjoy the new Workman Family Baseball Field, the Workman Family Softball Field, the Frank M. Lindsay Field, the Decatur Indoor Sports Center, and the Griswold Physical Education Center, currently undergoing an expansion and renovation. Millikin is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Division III and a member of the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW).