Freshman Application InstructionsThank you for your interest in Quiroga College. Here is some useful information for your application. However, if you have any questions, we will gladly assist you at 2114 W. 22nd Pl Chicago, IL 60608, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312 925 9842.
Quiroga College uses a Rolling Decision option. Therefore, the only deadline is May 1st, as defined by the Candidates Reply Date Agreement (CRDA).
1. Application letter. We strongly recommend you to share with us the following information:
a. Personal data: Official name, address, phone, email, birthday, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.
b. Personal background information: Special talents, interest, or experience in any area.
c. Important facts of your academic history.
d. Tell us about your project of life and how you plan implement it.
e. Any information you consider is important about yourself.
2. Official High School transcript.
3. Application fee.
4. Interview with a Quiroga academic advisor. Once we get your application letter, we will call you to schedule an appointment. The interview can be personal or remote.
- SAT or ACT Plus Writing are recommended but not required.
- Counselor´s recommendation.
- Two teachers’ evaluations.
- One optional recommendation letter if there is another person –not teacher or counselor- who can provide new insights about you. Ask your recommender to note your official name, birth date and relation at the top of the letter.
Submitting your documentation application
- - Apply on line at www.quirogacollege.org or go to our premises at 2114 W 22nd Pl, Chicago.
- Once we get your information and documentation, you will receive a confirmation e- mail.
- We will call you to schedule an appointment.
- Our admissions staff will contact you to let you know the results of your application.
Applicants for admission and those seeking access to Quiroga’s educational programs will be solely based on individual merit. Quiroga does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national or ethnic origin, age, status as an individual with physical or mental disability unrelated to ability, veteran status.
Applicants for admission and those seeking access to Quiroga’s educational programs will be solely Quiroga is committed to complying with all laws, orders and federal and state regulations regarding non-discrimination, equal opportunity and the provisions of Title IX, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Act for Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Section 504, and Act Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).
Quiroga will take affirmative steps to ensure that the Institute’s nondiscrimination policies are clearly and continually communicated to the public via the website, academic catalogs, and other public communications. Quiroga will appoint a specific official who is responsible for coordinating compliance with Quiroga Institute’s nondiscrimination policy and communicate this individual to the public. Discrimination complaints shall be solved within the formal procedures by the Institute’s authorities.