Here's how to apply. (Hint: It's a breeze!)
1. Visit the application. Follow the instructions in order to complete and submit an application.
2. What you'll need to apply:
REQUIRED: Your unofficial High School Transcript from grades 9 to 11. If you do not have an unofficial high school report for 11th, you may submit your most recent progress report in addition to your 9-10th transcript.
REQUIRED: Two thoughtful paragraphs (250-400 words) addressing one of the following prompts:
3. Hit submit!
EnVision Your Voice: A Wellesley Alumnae Panel
How do you envision using your VOICE? Join Wellesley alumnae for an inside look into how they have all taken their voices from vision to action. Together, you’ll learn how they found the space to use their voices and, in doing so, affected change across their careers and communities.
Build CommUNITY: A Student-to-Student Chat
Your community is your space to share your VOICE, be it bold or budding. Join current Wellesley students for an informal chat about how they’ve found their voice in this community.
Emphasize Equity: A Chat with Wellesley Faculty
A hallmark of a Wellesley education is the ready and direct access to faculty members who will help you pursue and cultivate your voice. Join Wellesley faculty for an informal chat about the importance of centering equity in this pursuit and the power of using your voice to effect equitable change.
Take Ownership: A Guide to Financial Aid and Scholarship
If the terms CSS, FAFSA, AGI, and EFC make you a little uneasy—welcome, you’re in the right place! In this session, we’ll dive into financial aid terminology and application basics, and walk you through how to use Wellesley’s MyinTuition calculator, a quick and easy tool to give you an estimate of what Wellesley may cost your family.
Go Beyond Inclusion: A Primer on the College Admission Process
Ever wondered what exactly goes on before, during, and after you hit the submit button on your application? You’re in luck! Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, Peaches Valdes, along with staff from Wellesley’s Office of Admission, will drop the curtain on the college admission process and take you behind the scenes with a guided case study.
When is the program?
September 30 & October 1.
Is VOICE a virtual program?
Yes. VOICE will be held virtually on September 30 & October 1. If admitted, you'll receive information on how to join each VOICE session upon registration.
Who is the program for?
VOICE is open to high school seniors excited to discover:
How do I apply for VOICE?
Visit the application. Follow the instructions in order to complete and submit an application.
Have the following documents available to upload before submitting your application:
REQUIRED: Upload an unofficial copy of your High School Transcript with grades from from grades 9 to 11. If you do not have an unofficial high school report for 11th, you may submit your most recent progress report in addition to your 9-10th transcript.
REQUIRED: Two thoughtful paragraphs (250 - 400 words) addressing one of the following prompts:
3. Hit submit!
Is there an application deadline?
The priority application deadline is July 19 at 11:59pm EDT. The application will stay open until September 13 at 11:59pm EDT.
When will I hear regarding my admission to the program?
Students who apply by the priority deadline will receive their VOICE admission decision by email in late July. Decisions for applications submitted after the priority deadline will be released in mid-to-late September.
Is there a wait list?
No, there is no wait list.
If I am unable to attend VOICE, what else can I do?
Does being accepted to VOICE guarantee admission to Wellesley?
Being offered admission to VOICE does not assure admission to the College.