Apply to The Croft Institute
Current High School Seniors
Your online application to the Croft Institute takes place in two stages. First, you must apply for admission to the University of Mississippi on-line.
Second, and after you have completed the online UM application and submitted it, you log in at the same site where you applied initially and return to your completed application. **You do not have to wait to hear from the University of Mississippi regarding your acceptance before you begin the Croft application.
Access the Special Programs and Scholarship Application for the Croft Institute and other special programs, such as the SMBHonors College, the Chinese Language Flagship Program, the Lott Leadership Institute, the Residential College, and Scholarships. The special programs and scholarship application is divided into two parts. The first four pages/tabs - Resume, Personal Statement, Recommenders, and Essay - are part of the general information that are made available to all of the programs to which you are applying. All of these pages must be completed before you can move on to the Croft application section. Please read all of the instructions carefully and answer them completely.
For questions, please call Brooke Worthy, the Croft Institute's Academic Programs and Admissions Coordinator, at 662-915-1500, toll free at 1 866-660-5162, or by e-mail at croft at olemiss dot edu. Croft applications are due by January 15, 2013.
Students currently in college should contact Brooke Worthy at 662-915-1500 or croft at olemiss dot edu to learn more about the application process.
Admissions: Successful applicants to the Croft Institute for International Studies will rank near the top of their high school class and have a composite score of 28 or higher on the ACT (or 1250 on the math and critical reading portions of the SAT) and an unweighted high school GPA of 3.50 or higher, or be valedictorian or salutatorian of their high schools. The Croft Institute encourages well rounded students with strong GPAs and students with special skills in one or more foreign languages to apply even if their test scores do not quite match the above requirements.