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Application for Admission

Please make sure to click submit in order to ensure your application is sent to us. Once it is processed you will receive a confirmation email. If you do not receive this email or have any questions about your application, please reach out to adm@hendrix.edu OR call 501-450-1362.

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Personal Information






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transgender man/woman, nonbinary, agender, . Please be respectful


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Demographics
This information will be used in a nondiscriminatory manner, consistent with applicable civil rights laws and are optional.






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required if applying for financial aid via FAFSA





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Family




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Education

Current or Most Recent School

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Transfer School


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Other Schools
Please enter all of the high schools/colleges you have attended since the 9th grade. Be sure to include the name of your current high school/college. (If you are applying as a transfer student, you are required to report attendance at each college or university you have attended whether or not credit was granted by the institution.)



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Current or Most Recent Year Courses
Please list all courses you are taking this academic year. If you are not currently enrolled, please list courses from your most recent academic year.



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Education (Continued)

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Future Plans

What academic programs at Hendrix College Interest you? Select in order of preference
Main Interest  (required)
Second Interest (optional)
Third Interest (optional)


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Test Information

In considering the application for admission, we require either the ACT or SAT scores of all freshman applicants and the TOEFL scores of all international applicants. Be sure to have a copy of all your scores sent to the Hendrix Office of Admission. The Hendrix SAT code is 6273 and the Hendrix ACT code is 0128. Please list your scores or test plans below. Hendrix College will superscore if sent multiple tests.

SAT: For the Redesigned SAT, Hendrix will focus on the EBRW (Evidence-Based Reading and Writing), and Math Test Sections.

ACT: Hendrix will focus on the English, Math, Reading, and Science sections.



ACT Tests
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SAT Tests
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SAT II Subject Tests



AP Subject Tests




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TOEFL iBT
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TOEFL Paper
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IELTS
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FINANCIAL AID


CO-CURRICULAR SCHOLARSHIPS

Hendrix College encourages students to seek knowledge and growth outside the classroom through a variety of extracurricular, co-curricular, leadership and service programs. The following scholarship opportunities award students for their talents and achievements while in high school in the areas of leadership, service, performing and fine arts. 

Each scholarship is valued between $1,500 - $5,000 per year for up to four years of full-time enrollment, contingent on the student maintaining a 2.0 GPA and fulfilling the requirements of the individual scholarship program. Students are encouraged to apply for all performing and fine arts, leadership, and service scholarships for which they are eligible. However, only one scholarship from among all such categories may be awarded to each student. Scholarships may be awarded in addition to other scholarships and awards.

If you are interested in a Co-Curricular Scholarship, please submit your supplemental scholarship documents by February 1st. You can include any of your supplemental scholarship documents here within your Common Application or you can send them directly to the Hendrix Office of Admission, adm@hendrix.edu.

Students interested in the Theatre Arts and Dance Co-Curricular Scholarship must audition with an appropriate member of the faculty by March 11. Performance and non-performance applicants are encouraged to apply. A letter of recommendation from a teacher, though not necessarily from theatre/drama, who can comment on creative ability, cooperation, and willingness to work with others must also be included with your Common Application or be sent directly to the Hendrix Office of Admission.
Students interested in the Art Co-Curricular Scholarship must submit the URL to a set of images on Flickr that contains 10-20 images of their artwork by March 11. Descriptions should include the name, title, medium, dimensions, and date of the piece being presented. Information about setting up a Flickr account is available at www.flickr.com. The URL can be included here or sent directly to the Hendrix Office of Admission.


Students interested in the Music Co-Curricular Scholarship must audition with an appropriate member of the faculty by March 11. At their audition, applicants must also provide contact information for a director or ensemble teacher who can comment on musical talent, performing ability, cooperation, and willingness and ability to work with others. You can schedule a visit to include an audition at www.hendrix.edu/visit.
The Hendrix College Impact Scholarship is awarded to students that have a desire to work toward social justice-related issues such as gender equality, poverty, diversity & inclusion, LGBTQ equality, and many other public policy, advocacy, and awareness issues. The scholarship program will be designed to cultivate active leaders for social change through self-examination, professional development, and community and campus involvement. 
Applicants must have a demonstrated passion in pursuing these efforts through previous involvement in community or school-related organizations or projects designed to further such causes. Application Requirements: 
  1. Résumé detailing involvement/activism in social justice related causes 
  2. Essay detailing the reason behind your commitment to social justice and how you plan to continue your passions in your college career either on campus or in the community at large 
  3. Letter of recommendation from a mentor or individual that has observed you in your social justice experiences If you have any of your required scholarship documents complete they can be uploaded here within your Common Application. 
If you need to submit them at a later date, they can be sent directly to the Hendrix Office of Admission, adm@hendrix.edu, by February 1st.
United Methodist Youth Fellowship Leadership Scholars have provided significant leadership in local church, district, and conference youth ministries of the United Methodist Church and demonstrate outstanding potential for Christian leadership on the Hendrix campus. Each applicant must be a member of a United Methodist church and provide notable leadership roles within the church and youth group. Those involved in leadership at the district, conference, jurisdictional, and national levels are strongly encouraged to apply. 
Students who qualify for the scholarship, but whose financial needs are met by other scholarships or sources, are still encouraged to apply for the scholarship program. Students who do not receive funds can still participate in the program. Application requirements: 
  1. Resume detailing UMYF leadership involvement 
  2. Essay centered on the role faith has played in your life 
  3. Letter of recommendation from a United Methodist clergy, UM professional minister, or layperson from your local UM church If you have any of your required scholarship documents complete they can be uploaded here within your Common Application. 
If you need to submit them at a later date, they can be sent directly to the Hendrix Office of Admission, adm@hendrix.edu, by February 1st.
The Miller Center for Vocation, Ethics, and Calling encourages students to see their years in college as a time for extended and deep reflection about how they hope to find meaning and purpose in life. The Miller Center Service Scholarship program recognizes that it is often by serving those in need that we discover what our life’s work should be. In this light, Service Scholars commit to completing a prescribed number of volunteer hours each semester of their Hendrix career and taking part in a program that helps Scholars reflect on how that service informs their life’s purpose. 
Application Requirements:
  1. A service resume that lists and describes past involvement in service organizations and volunteer service projects, highlighting activities that exceeded graduation requirements or club expectations 
  2. An essay that addresses
    1. The most significant service you have engaged in during high school;
    2. The extent to which your service to others has required leadership and self-initiative; 
    3. what you have learned about yourself and about life from your volunteer experiences thus far; and
    4. your reasons for wanting to continue volunteering during college 
  3. A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your service activities If you have any of your required scholarship documents complete they can be uploaded here within your Common Application.

If you need to submit them at a later date, they can be sent directly to the Hendrix Office of Admission, adm@hendrix.edu, by February 1st.

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Extracurricular and Leadership Experience

Reporting activities can help a college better understand your life outside of the classroom. Your activities may include arts, athletics, clubs, employment, personal commitments, and other pursuits. 





Work Experience

Please list any positions of employment (including summer jobs) you have held during the past three years:


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Volunteer And Service Experience

Please list any activities related to volunteerism and/or service. Attach a separate sheet if necessary.





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Student Essay (Required)



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