The university welcomes applications from all qualified students. We do not discriminate in admission or access to any of our educational programs or activities on the basis of race, color, sex, marital or parental status, age national or ethnic origin, religion, or disability. Students with disabilities are fully integrated into the Bentley community.
The Admission Committee evaluates each applicant's potential for success as demonstrated by academic performance, standardized test scores, extracurricular involvement, and recommendations. Untimed standardized test scores are acceptable if students qualify according to the testing service's guidelines.
While there are no special admission procedures for students with disabilities, you may wish to submit any documentation regarding your disability with your admission application. The decision to identify a disability is a personal one and some individuals choose not to do so until after admission decisions have been made. Regardless of whether you identify your disability during or after the admission process, it will in no way adversely affect the admission decision.
Please note that if you submit your documentation during the admission process, you will need to submit your documentation again to register with the Office of Disability services. The Office of Undergraduate Admission does not pass your documentation on to us.
To receive more admission information or to obtain an application, contact Undergraduate Admission by telephone at 781.891.2244 or Graduate Admission at 781.891.2108. An application may also be obtained at www.bentley.edu or by mail at 175 Forest Street, Waltham, MA 02452.