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Homeschool Students

More and more homeschool students are choosing Mount St. Mary's University as the place to continue their education. We believe that an individualized approach is most beneficial in the admissions process, which is why we have a Homeschool Student Coordinator who will work with you and your parents every step of the way.

Each applicant for admission is evaluated carefully on an individual basis, taking into account indicators of the student's ability to succeed at the Mount. The most important factors we consider are the student's curriculum and performance in academic coursework. Standardized test scores are also weighed in relation to the above considerations.

If you are interested in learning more about Mount St. Mary's University, please call the Admissions Office at 800-448-4347 to schedule a campus visit, including a tour and discussion with our Homeschool Student Coordinator. You can also schedule your visit using our Campus Visit page.

Ready to Apply?

First-year and transfer student applications are open.

The Application Process

Undergraduate candidates who are currently homeschooled must submit the following:

  • An official high school transcript from a recognized, accredited consortium or association or a comprehensive syllabus (including a list of books used, laboratory work done, and a narrative description)
  • An academic letter of recommendation from an instructor (other than a parent)
  • SAT, ACT, CLT scores or a transcript from an accredited college showing at least 12 completed credits

Additional information may be requested in order to review the curriculum.

Scholarships/Financial Aid

If you wish to apply for scholarships or need-based financial aid, it is necessary to follow the application instructions and deadlines. Find out more information regarding financial aid.

Homeschool Webinar

Watch the Homeschool Information Session hosted by Admissions Counselor and Homeschool Student Coordinator Renee Raymond, C'18, and homeschool graduate Emma Weinheimer, C'22.

In this webinar, Renee discusses everything you need to know from application to enrollment as a homeschool student, while Emma will be sharing her experience at Mount St. Mary’s University.

Talk to a Homeschool Student at the Mount

If you are interested in talking personally with a Mount student who was homeschooled, email us at, and we'll connect you with someone who can answer your questions.

Contact Homeschool Student Coordinator Renee Raymond at 301-447-5449 or send Renee an email.