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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

General Questions:
Q: How many students are enrolled at Wiley College?
A:  1356 (Fall 2011)

Q: How do I request a campus tour?
A:  The preferred method to request a campus tour is to make a tour reservation by contacting the Unit of Admissions and Recruitment at 800-658-6889.

Q: Do you have special visitation days?
A:  The Unit of Admissions and Recruitment hosts two special visitations on Saturdays:  High School Day in the Fall and Open House in the Spring.  For additional details, please contact the unit by phone at 1-800-658-6889 or email at admissions@wileyc.edu

Q: What is Wiley College's student/professor ratio?
A:  The overall student to professor ratio is 18:1.

Q: What degrees and programs does Wiley College offer?
A:   Wiley College offers a variety of majors to fit the needs of our students under four academic divisions: Division of Social Sciences & Humanities, Division of Sciences, Division of Business and Technology and the Division of Education.  

Q: What is the application fee and how do I pay?
A:   The application fee may be paid by submitting it online (hyperlink: https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=1d643a), by calling the Business Office at 903-927-3207, or by money order to:

Wiley College
Unit of Admissions and Recruitment
711 Wiley Ave
Marshall, TX 75670

Make sure you include your social security number with your payment or call the Unit of Admissions and Recruitment to be assigned an ID number at 1-800-658-6889.

Q: Do you need an official transcript or can I send a copy?
A:  Our office will need a current official transcript from every institution attended. You should have your school send it by mail to the:

Wiley College
Unit of Admissions and Recruitment
711 Wiley Ave.
Marshall, TX 75670

Or you may bring it to the Admissions Office David L. Beckley Building (Enrollment Services Building).

Q: Do I need to submit my SAT/ACT scores for freshman admission?
A:  Your admission is based primarily on your completion of high school. Currently, there are no minimum SAT/ACT scores required for admission. However, if you would like to be considered for scholarships, you will need to submit SAT/ACT test scores. Additionally, SAT/ACT scores are used for class placement purposes.

Q: If I am a former student, do I need to fill out another application?
A:  If you have been out of Wiley College for one semester or more, you will need to submit another application and the $25.00 application fee for traditional students, $40.00 for non-traditional students, and $50.00 for international students.  

Q: How do international students demonstrate English proficiency?
A:  A score of at least 500 on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL, P. O. Box 899, Princeton, New Jersey 08541). International students may also demonstrate English proficiency by presenting a statement showing that an English Language School has been attended confirming the student's ability to master the English language.