Your education is more important than ever. During the coronavirus outbreak, the Mills Office of Admissions continues to accept and process admission applications and related materials. We strongly encourage the electronic submission of transcripts, letters of recommendation, and other required materials. If the issuing institution or your recommender emails materials directly to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, we will consider them to be official. Materials submitted by regular mail will be subject to delayed processing times. We will continue to accept admission applications now through July 15, 2020.
Choose your path below and learn about the specific steps and requirements to apply to Mills:
If this is your first time attending a college or university and you’re 22 or younger, here’s all the information you need to get started.
More than one-third of our students transfer to Mills, so you’ll feel right at home. Learn how to join us.
If you’re 23 or older, here’s how you can apply to Mills as an undergraduate.
Citizens or residents of countries other than the United States should follow these steps to join our diverse community.
Log on to your Mills status page to track your application. It’s the best way to ensure that we have all the information we need to process your application.
Have a question? We’re ready to help. Mills admission counselors are here to answer any and all questions about the application process, our academic programs, and how Mills may be right for you. We'll respond to your email or message in 12–24 hours during business hours (Monday – Friday, 8:30 am –5:00 pm). Find your counselor.