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Application Requirements
In addition to this application you must also submit the following:
  • Official high school transcriptWe must have original copies of academic records from all secondary and post-secondary institutions attended. Home-schooled students may submit transcripts generated by a parent, but they must ultimately submit a transcript validated by an organization recognized by their state's department of education (either a local school district or third-party organization).
         Send High School Transcript to La Roche College
  • Official SAT or ACT Scores  (Can be sent electronically SAT Code 2379 or ACT Code 3607 or a copy of official score results can be faxed to 412-847-1820 or mailed to the address below)

         Send SAT Scores to La Roche College Code 2379

Optional Information:
  • Essay
  • Letter of Recommendation

Additional Requirements for Nursing Applicants: 

  • Essay - Why I Want to be a Nurse
  • 2 Letters of Recommendation
   You can also apply through The Common Application.
Available Applications
    Domestic Undergraduate Freshman Application Form  


To be considered for Dual Enrollment SCIP (Scholar Credit Initative Program) at La Roche College, you must:

  • Be a high school sophomore, junior or senior to participate.
  • Submit a completed SCIP application form to the Office of Freshman Admissions.
  • Submit a current transcript demonstrating a GPA of 3.0 or greater and at least sophomore standing at the time of application.
  • Submit a letter of recommendation from your high school guidance counselor. Home-schooled students may submit a letter of recommendation from an organization leader or advisor.

DANCE: Students interested in taking dance for college credit while still in high school should apply directly via the Performing Arts (Dance Department) and must schedule an audition with the faculty. This SCIP application is not applicable for dance. Please contact the Performing Arts (Dance) Department at 412-536-1212 for further information on auditions for the College Preparatory Ballet Progam (CPBP).  Tuition for the program is $465 per credit hour.
Dual Enrollment - SCIP (Scholar Credit Inititve Program) for High School Juniors & Seniors
    SCIP (Scholar Credit Inititve Program) Application  

Undergraduate Open House

If you have questions about life at La Roche College, you'll find the answers at our open house events.

Whether you're a junior or senior in high school, we invite you to explore our campus for an afternoon by:

  • Meeting faculty and learning more about our career-focused majors
  • Getting an inside look at our suburban campus and apartment-style suites
  • Having your financial aid questions answered and learning more about our generous scholarships


Check out our events listing for upcoming open houses. If you have any further questions, please email us at

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Personal Visits
To schedule a personal visit, you need to make an individual appointment with the Office of Admissions. We offer campus visits/tours every weekday at 10 a.m. and at 2 p.m. During your appointment, you’ll meet with an Admissions counselor to discuss our procedures, the academic programs we offer and financial aid. You'll also tour campus with a work-study (Redhawk Recruiter) student from Admissions.  You’ll be provided with an information packet about La Roche to take home. Please schedule your appointment at least two days in advance.



Open House Events
These events occur typically on selected Saturdays two times per year: April and October. During an Open House, students receive an information packet about La Roche College, a complimentary continental breakfast and lunch, and a campus tour.  At the event, you will be welcomed by our College president, listen to an Admissions presentation, and meet the faculty at information sessions as well as open tables in the College Square. Staff and students are here to answer your individual questions.




Group Visits
Group visits are available on select Saturday (mornings). During the group visit there is an Admissions Presentation to discuss our application procedures, academic program offerings, student life and financial aid. You'll also tour campus with a Redhawk Recruiter who is a current student at the College. You'll be provided with an information packet about La Roche to take home.



Campus Visit Day & Night
This two-day program gives you a more extensive look at the College's offerings. We offer the overnight stay once in the fall and once in the spring.  On the day of your arrival after dinner, you’ll spend the evening at a student social activity, spend the night in our residence halls with one of our student Ambassador hosts, and then next day eat breakfast, followed by attending classes with your student host or other students on campus. Departure from campus occurs after lunch. A nominal fee is assessed to cover meals. This program is offered to accepted and deposited students only.