Recommended Application Timeline
||Course Schedule Available
||Earliest Student Advising
||1st Week of March
||Last Week of March
||2nd Week of April
||1st Week of October
||Last Week of October
||3rd Week of November
If you cannot submit your application by the recommended date, please submit your application at the earliest possible date.
Fort Lewis College offers a range of courses each semester in many areas of study. To see what courses are available and the days and times they are offered use the Course Schedule menu bar.
Before you get started, print the instructions, Seven Easy Steps.
Are you eligible?
You must show that you meet the criteria established by your high school and receive approval from your high school counselor prior to applying for admission at Fort Lewis College.
You must also show you meet Fort Lewis College's admission standards. Concurrent Students must have a CCHE index of 92 or higher. You can find your CCHE index score by matching your GPA to your ACT or SAT scores.
See the chart here: CCHE index
Concurrent students who do not have an ACT or SAT score may submit Accuplacer test scores instead. A student must test College Level in Math and Reading/Writing on the Accuplacer to qualify for admission.
To schedule an Accuplacer at Fort Lewis College contact the Testing Center at:
Fort Lewis College
Testing Center Noble Hall, Room 287 - Campus Map
1000 Rim Drive
Durango, CO 81301
To use the Concurrent Enrollment Application for Freshman Admission please also submit ACT or SAT scores as soon as possible. The Freshman application will be incomplete without ACT or SAT scores.
If you attend a private school or are a homeschool student, contact the office of admission directly.
If you have not graduated from High School and are interested in attending Fort Lewis College during the Summer, please apply online as an Unclassified Student. The Concurrent Enrollment program is not offered during the summer.
Apply for a Summer term: Apply Now
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