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Accepted Students

Welcome to the Family!

Congratulations on your acceptance to Mount St. Mary’s University! We hope that you are proud of your accomplishment, and that in a short while we will call you a fellow Mountie!

Now that you’ve been accepted, what’s next?

1. Apply for Financial Aid

Navigating the financial aid process may seem overwhelming but we’re here to help. Learn more about how we can help make college as affordable as possible. (Though our priority deadline was March 1, we continue to accept FAFSAs and award need-based aid on a rolling basis. If you have not already done so, we encourage you to submit your FAFSA as soon as possible so that we may provide you with a financial aid package in a timely manner.)

Apply for Financial Aid

2. Attend Virtual Accepted Students Days

If you weren’t able to join us, view our Accepted Students Day Program that was held on May 17, 18, and 19.

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Enrollment Deposit

Our enrollment deposit deadline of June 1 has passed, however, we are still accepting deposits on a case-by-case basis. Please contact your admissions counselor for more information.

(Please note that the enrollment deposit is non-refundable after June 1.)

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Questions?

If you have questions about financial aid, Accepted Students Day or your deposit, please email the Office of Admissions or call 800-448-4347.

Our enrollment deposit deadline of June 1 has passed, however, we are still accepting deposits on a case-by-case basis. Please contact your admissions counselor for more information.

Please note that the enrollment deposit is non-refundable after June 1.

If you have questions, please email the Office of Admissions or call 800-448-4347.

Resources for Accepted Students

Online Events

three-students-walking-on-campus-in-the-springWe're still offering great ways to learn more about the Mount, including Instagram Live chats, podcasts, a virtual tour, and webinars with faculty, staff and many others around campus!

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Financial Aid & Billing Forum

Learn about how the Mount's financial aid process works, along with information on student loans, grants, billing and next steps to take.

Live Chat with your Counselor

We have admissions counselors dedicated to serving you; find your counselor and reach out to them with questions about the Mount or set up a time to chat.

Find your counselor

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Questions About Academics?

Academic deans, department chairs and professors at the Mount are available to answer your questions about their program. If you are interested in a major that is not listed, please email admissions@msmary.edu with your question, and we will do our best to connect you with a professor and/or an answer.

Find your faculty member

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Be Inspired

Check out our collection of snaps and stories featuring current students and professors who are joyful in their pursuit of purpose. We hope you will choose the Mount and join the newest class of influencers, creatives and entrepreneurs.

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Orientation

acceptedstudents_summerorientation_limage.jpgOrientation is the official transition point where you change from a prospective student to a Mountaineer. The Office of Orientation and Transition Programs is here to help you find your way.

We want your experience at the Mount to be amazing, so we start it off with programs that give you a chance to meet other new students and learn about the resources and services you'll have available.

Orientation Activities

New Student Orientation is when the college transition starts to feel real for both students and parents, and provides new students the opportunity to:

  • Learn about fall course offerings.
  • Learn about the campus community and resources.
  • Meet with faculty and academic advisors.
  • Connect with other new students (maybe even find a roommate).
  • Explore campus, including touring residence halls.
  • Discover what it means to be a Mountie.

Learn more about Orientation