Welcome to WITS!

WITS  offers a comprehensive educational program, enabling you to pursue a variety of academic and professional options in a positive, Torah environment. At WITS, you can achieve your Jewish and general education goals, prepare for graduate school and the professional world, cultivate your social awareness, and enhance your spiritual growth and development. 

The admissions committee takes all aspects of the application into account when determining admission. No one factor determines admission. Rather, the committee looks at each applicant individually, taking the whole student into account. Acceptance to WITS demonstrates the institution’s confidence in an applicant’s readiness to maximize her personal and academic growth.

Interviews are required of all ISAP applicants. The admissions committee may require other Seminary and College program and Degree Completion applicants to come in for an interview. Applicants will be contacted by the admissions office to schedule the interview.  

Applications for admission are evaluated on a rolling basis. Priority application deadline: May 11th.

Space in the ISAP program is limited. Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply by the priority application deadline. 

 

Our advisors are here to help you navigate the application process and choose the program best suited to your educational and career goals.  For any questions related to the application process, advisor assistance, or to schedule a tour of the facilities, please email  admissions@wits.edu.    

 

HOW TO APPLY

 

The application to WITS is fully online. You do not need to complete it at one time.You can save your application in progress. If you do not have internet access, there are computers available on our campus where you can complete your application. In addition to the information submitted online, you will need to request the following be sent directly to the WITS office:

  • Official Judaic and general studies high school transcripts 

  • Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions including seminary, study abroad programs, colleges, and college courses taken during high school 

  • Official SAT and/or ACT score report

    • SAT code: 5491

    • ACT code: 7796​​

    • Students who did not take the SAT or ACT can request a waiver

  • Seminary & College Program (including ISAP) only: Two completed references forms; students currently in seminary should select at least one recommendation from their current seminary. The link to the reference forms is in the application. 

  • Degree Completion Program only: Contact information for two references.

 

Official Transcripts should be sent directly from the institution to WITS: 6602 Park Heights Ave., Baltimore, MD 21215, Attn. Admissions. Transcripts can also be emailed from the institution to info@wits.edu.  

ISAP applicants must complete the online ISAP form in addition to the full application. 

 

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