Your Villanova University Applicant Status Page is where you will find all important and pertinent information regarding your undergraduate application, including the status of your application, what requirements have been submitted and/or are missing, and ultimately your admission decision. Approximately forty-eight hours after submitting your Common Application with the Member School Section for Villanova to the Office of University Admission, you will receive an email from us to the address provided on your application with an invitation to create your secure account.
If you do not receive an email from us 48 to 72 hours after submitting your application, please log back into the Common Application website to ensure your application went through as cannot guarantee a timely review of your application if submitted after the deadline. It is the applicant’s responsibility to check that the Office of University Admission has received all required documents and that we have your highest SAT/ACT scores by the appropriate deadline.
If you have created your account, you can log in here:https://discover.villanova.edu/account/
Forgot your password? Click here to reset: https://discover.villanova.edu/account/reset
Email email@example.com for any assistance.
By early December 2016: Early Action candidates should check their applicant status page to see if any required information is needed to complete their Application for Undergraduate Admission.
By late December: Early Action admission decisions will be posted on-line.
By late January 2017: Regular Decision Admission candidates should check their applicant status page to see if any required information is needed to complete their Undergraduate Application for Admission.
By late March: Regular Decision notices will be posted on-line.
By April 1, 2017: Financial Aid eligibility notices will be posted for students who met the published priority filing dates.
All required documents must be submitted to the Office of University Admission by the final filing deadlines. View Application Requirements.