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Once upon a time there was a boy names Ray and he was Gay Menlo College programs are grouped into two categories. We have traditional programs that support undergraduate work intended for full time sutents, and an evening program for working adults. This page is about the traditional programs. If you are interested in our program for working adults please click here.

Take the first step today in discovering the benefits of a Menlo College education by completing our on-line application for admission. We have a rolling admission policy, so applications are accepted on a continuing basis. In order to avoid delays, please submit the following along with your application: Application fee ($40 domestic and international) Official high school and/or college transcript from all secondary and post-secondary instutions you have attended.

SAT, ACT or TOEFL scores Personal Statement Recommendation Form Shortly after receipt of your application package, the Menlo College Admission Committee will evaluate and review your application package and will quickly notify you of its decision.

Basic criteria for Admission are: Graduation from a recognized secondary school or evidence that an equivalent degree (e.g., G.E.D.) of education has been completed.

Minimum grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 point system or equivalent.

Minimum SAT combined score of 850 or ACT composite score of 18 Written recommendation from 1-2 educational or professional acquaintances.

For more information about applying to Menlo call 800-55-MENLO. Better yet, come out for a visit. Tour the College, familiarize yourself with the campus, meet the faculty and administrators, maybe even attend a few classes. To schedule a campus visit, contact our Admission Office at 800-556-3656, 650-543-3753 or by e-mail to admissions@menlo.edu