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Admitted Students

Welcome and congratulations on being accepted to Coe! So what are your next steps?

Below you will find more information about what you need to do to officially become a Kohawk.

Financial Aid & Scholarships

The average financial aid package awarded to incoming first-year students in the fall of 2019 was over $44,100. Learn more about funding your undergraduate education here.

More About Funding

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Confirm Your Enrollment

It's great to be a Kohawk...check out these Kohawk stories and see for yourself! If you’re ready to become a Kohawk, submit your $300 nonrefundable enrollment fee to Coe prior to May 1. By doing so, you will officially become a Kohawk.

Submit Your Fee

Please note: Given the global impact of COVID-19, we realize you and your family may be experiencing personal hardships. If you need more time to make your college decision, simply let your admission counselor know, and we will honor that request.

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Explore Campus for Yourself – Visit Virtually!

Until you are able to come to Coe...we are ready to bring Coe to you.

To learn about admission, financial aid, academics or involvement at Coe through a virtual visit click here. Our admission team will arrange phone or video meetings with your admission counselor, faculty, staff and coaches.

Schedule a Visit

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Accept your $2,500 Impact Award during your visit!

Contact your admission counselor to learn more.
Please note: You must apply to Coe College and be admitted unconditionally to receive this award. The Impact Award is in addition to the Trustee Scholarship (valued up to $28,000 per year). Your Impact Award acceptance visit must be scheduled through the Office of Admission.

National Fellowships and Scholarships

Competing for and receiving scholarships can open a number of doors for students. Not only do they provide financial support for further studies, they also afford tremendous networking opportunities.

Fellowships and Scholarships

 

Campus Life

All Coe students live on campus in residence halls and apartments. This student experience is vital to academic and social success. With 90% of students participating in co-curricular activities, and over 100 student organizations, clubs and athletics, there is a 0% chance you'll be bored!

Learn about Campus Life

What is a Kohawk?

Being a Kohawk can mean many things. The most important though, is what being a Kohawk means to you!

Virtual Reality Experience

Virtual Tour

Get a glimpse of the places where Kohawks learn, live and grow...no matter where you are. Explore campus through a virtual tour.


Already submitted your enrollment fee? Here's what you can look forward to!

Orientation and Move-In

International Banquet

A Year at Coe College

Homecoming

Late-Night Breakfast

A Decade in Review


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