A Stillman education is a well-rounded education, preparing you not only with the technical skills your chosen field requires, but also the analytical, critical thinking and interpersonal skills that will enable you to make your mark on the world. Our students have the potential to be visionary leaders. For admission to Stillman, a record of academic achievement is important but only part of the story. We look for passionate, motivated students with integrity, a strong work ethic and a willingness to serve. We seek to Educate, Motivate and Activate the Potential for excellence that lies within you!


Welcome future Tigers! Throughout our site, we provide insight and answers to make your college decision a little easier. Our staff is dedicated to assisting you during your college selection process. We are here to assist you in any way that we can.  For questions about the campus, admissions and enrollment processes, do not hesitate to call!  We have an Admissions Specialist waiting to assist you in your journey to becoming a future Scholar at Stillman College!


Small Class Sizes

Student to faculty ratio 10/1

Family Atmosphere

Small campus

Leader in Online Learning

Since 2017


“I was a little overwhelmed with the college selection process. Stillman made it very easy for me, my enrollment counselor called me weekly after helping me through the application process just to check in on me. She also connected me to three young ladies that mentored me through completing the FAFSA and helped me apply for institutional scholarships. No other school did that- and even though another school was at the top of my list I choose Stillman because I felt like I was already a part of the family”

Lashala Malone

Traditional Undergrad

“The transfer enrollment team made me feel right at home. After speaking with my counselor and having a tour, I was sold. The fellas in the Black Male Initiative started making contact with me as soon as I was accepted. I was a part of BMI before I actually moved into my dorm (haha). Stillman is where it’s at”.

Nigel Stevenson

Transfer Student


Incoming freshmen should have the high school preparation necessary for academic success at the college level. To be eligible for consideration at Stillman College, an applicant must have successfully completed the following high school courses as a minimum:

English/Language Arts – 4 credits
English I, II, III, IV

Mathematics – 3 credits
Algebra I, Algebra II and Geometry (or more rigorous courses in mathematics)

Science – 3 credits
Biology I, Chemistry I, Physics I or life science, physical science, and earth/space science (at least one lab course)

Social Studies – 3 credits
From U.S. History, Economics, Government, World Geography and World Civilization (or comparable courses)

Foreign Language – 2 credits
Two credits in the same foreign language or demonstrated competency

Health – 1/2 credit

Physical Education – 1/2 credit

History and Appreciation of Visual, Performing Arts – 1 credit
History and appreciation of visual and performing arts or another arts course that incorporates such content

Electives – 7 credits
Recommended strongly: one or more courses that develop computer literacy

Additionally, high school students are encouraged to complete at least one year of mathematics beyond Algebra II.

A total of 24 credits or more must be completed in high school. Applicants should contact the Office of Admission and Recruitment for information concerning exceptions to this policy.


Deadline to apply for admission

Competitive + Academic Scholarships

FAFSA Priority Deadline

Housing and Dining Application Deadline

Living Learning Program Application Deadline

Enrollment Deposit, Orientation fee + Scholarship Acceptance

Early Action Track

December 1

December 1

December 1

February 15

February 15

May 1

Regular Decision Track

February 15

Early Action Application only

February 15

June 1

May 20

May 1

* Housing prepayment deadline for all applicants is June 1.