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Admissions Requirements

Admissions Tests Required: Required
Completion of College Preparatory Program: Required
Recommendations: Required
Secondary School GPA: Required
Secondary School Rank: Required
Secondary School Record: Required
TOEFL: Required
Common Application Accepted: Yes

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AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: Yes

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Contact Info

100 College Drive Allentown, PA 18104-6196
Phone: (610) 606-4666
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Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Jasmine from Aspers, PA
  • Jun-12-2014 I am a current student here

    Remember, this is an all female college, so don't be surprised with the lack of testosterone on the first day.

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  • KayLa from Houston, TX
  • Dec-25-2013 I am a current student here

    Come to the school prepared to work hard, do not depend on your lecture to teach you even half of what you need for your courses. Cedar Crest is a very demanding school, but well worth the work.

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  • Kristina from Williamsburg, VA
  • Nov-23-2013 I am a current student here

    We have a First Year Seminar. I personally think it isn't that great but it actually ties in with your Writing class you take as a Freshman. Transfers are welcomed with open arms. The school has many opportunities for research and real world experience. We actually have a department of community service which is required to graduate when you take ethical life. The community service department has activities and excursions every week by the bucket loads. Make sure you do well in school and do exceptional on your standardized tests in order to get in. If not, make a killer essay. Our nursing, science, and social work departments are where most majors come from. Our nursing department has a very good reputation in PA. Many science majors go on to get Ph.D's and work in labs or even become physicians. Social work places a lot of people in field work their senior year. You get a lot of opportunities here.

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  • Sue Bin from Allentown, PA
  • Nov-18-2013 I am a current student here

    1.) Have a planner: Get a planner and write down all your assignment and exam dates because there are no reminders in college. And I'Â?Â?ll guarantee you that you will forget if you do not write them down. Also, during college you have a lot of free time, so it'Â?Â?s easy to forget that you had something due. 2.) Don'Â?Â?t be lazy! I do not care how easily you are distracted; do not become lazy in college. If there is an opportunity, go and take it without hesitation. The more you push assignments off, the more stress you are going to have later on. And college is different from high school. If you miss one class, it's really hard to catch back up. 3.) Don't be shy: Everyone is in the same boat as you. They all left their little high school bubble and are out on their own just like you. So don't be shy and make new friends! It may be hard and awkward at first, but keep trying. I am a commuter and a very shy person, so I missed my chance of making friends. And yes I do have some, but it's not like I see them all of the time. I would call it more of acquaintances then friends. 4.) Get involved: There are so many clubs and organizational opportunities to be involved in. I guarantee you that you will find a club that you have an interest in. Also, if you know what major you want to go into, there is always a club for majors. And don'Â?Â?t worry because even if you are not in a certain major you can still join! For example, I am an art therapy major, but I am also in conservation and outdoor club. Along with getting involved in clubs, you should also strive to get involved in your community.

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