Resources › For Students and Parents New Saint Andrews College Admissions SAT Scores, Acceptance Rate, Financial Aid & More Share Flipboard Email Print New Saint Andrews College. Dratwood / Wikimedia Commons For Students and Parents College Admissions College Profiles College Admissions Process College Rankings Choosing A College Application Tips Essay Samples & Tips Testing Graphs College Financial Aid Extracurricular Activities Advanced Placement Homework Help Private School Test Prep College Life Graduate School Business School Law School Distance Learning View More By Allen Grove College Admissions Expert Ph.D., English, University of Pennsylvania M.A., English, University of Pennsylvania B.S., Materials Science & Engineering and Literature, MIT Dr. Allen Grove is an Alfred University English professor and a college admissions expert with 20 years of experience helping students transition to college. our editorial process Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter Allen Grove Updated October 23, 2017 New Saint Andrews College Admissions Overview: Students applying to New Saint Andrews College will need to submit an application along with two personal essays, high school transcripts, and letters of recommendation. For complete instructions and guidelines, be sure to visit the school's website. Admissions Data (2016): New Saint Andrews College Acceptance Rate: 98%Test Scores -- 25th / 75th PercentileSAT Critical Reading: 590 / 710SAT Math: 510 / 650SAT Writing: - / -What these SAT numbers meanSAT score comparison for Idaho collegesACT Composite: 23 / 28ACT English: 24 / 31ACT Math: 18 / 27What these ACT numbers meanACT score comparison for Idaho colleges New Saint Andrews College Description: With its strong Christian identity and single course of study, New Saint Andrews College is not for everyone. This small, young college (founded in 1994) is located in a historic neighborhood of Moscow, Idaho. The University of Idaho is just a couple blocks away, and Washington State University is a few miles down the road. Students live and dine in Moscow, so they won't find the residence halls, recreation facilities, and dining halls typical of most colleges. New Saint Andrews' approach to learning is modeled after Harvard's curriculum of the 17th century, and all students participate in small group recitations and take oral exams. The great books curriculum includes two years of Latin and two years of Greek. Since its founding, the college has become well regarded among Christian colleges, colleges for home-schooled students, and conservative colleges (although the curriculum is "liberal" in the true sense of the word). The value is also exceptional with total costs about half what many similar schools charge. Even with fewer than 200 students, the college draws from 35 states and 8 countries. Enrollment (2015): Total Enrollment: 181 (148 undergraduates)Gender Breakdown: 38% Male / 62% Female87% Full-time Costs (2016 - 17): Tuition and Fees: $12,100Books: $1,600 (why so much?)Room and Board: $4,200Other Expenses: $1,600Total Cost: $19,500 New Saint Andrews College Financial Aid (2015 - 16): Percentage of New Students Receiving Aid: 77%Percentage of New Students Receiving Types of AidGrants: 77%Loans: 1%Average Amount of AidGrants: $3,741Loans: $ - Academic Programs: Most Popular Majors: All students study Liberal Arts and Culture Transfer and Graduation Rates: Transfer Out Rate: 37%4-Year Graduation Rate: 45%6-Year Graduation Rate: 55% Data Source: National Center for Educational Statistics If You Like New Saint Andrews College, You May Also Like These Schools: Andrews UniversityBoise Bible CollegeCollege of IdahoBoise State UniversityUniversity of IdahoMontana State UniversityUniversity of Great Falls New Saint Andrews College Mission Statement: read the complete mission statement at http://www.nsa.edu/about-2/mission-vision/ "Our purpose at New Saint Andrews College is to graduate leaders who shape culture through wise and victorious Christian living. Our mission is to provide young men and women with the highest quality undergraduate and graduate education in liberal arts and culture from a distinctively Christian and Reformed perspective, to equip them for lives of faithful service to the Triune God and the His Kingdom, and to encourage the use of their gifts for the growth of Christian culture..."