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Undergraduate Admissions

Take the first step toward a life of significance!

There are very few things that will leave a more indelible mark on your life than your time on our beautiful campus and the people you connect with here. Completing an application is your first step toward joining our close-knit Mount family! If you have any questions about the application process, please let us know. And we would highly encourage you to visit our mountain campus if you haven't already (and even if you have, we think you'll agree it's worth another trip!)

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Application Process

To be considered for admission, first-year students must complete an online application. We also require the following additional materials to complete the application package:

First-year student deadlines are November 1 (Early Action), and March 1 (Regular Decision).

  • High school transcript(s)

    We recommend that students complete a minimum of 4 years of English, 3 years of mathematics, 3 years of science, 2 years of one foreign language, and 3 years of social studies/history. Students should have the complete and final transcript high school transcript sent directly from their school to the Admissions Office.

  • Standardized Test Scores

    We request that the results of the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and/or the American College Testing program (ACT) be sent to the Admissions Office. Either direct results from the testing agency or results included on official school transcripts are acceptable. The university's CEEB number is 5421, and its ACT number is 1726.

  • Recommendations

    A recommendation letter or form from a teacher or school counselor should also be submitted directly to The Mount.

1,817 undergraduate students
3.3 Average GPA
1100 Average SAT

Additional application information

Some students may have additional application requirements or details. Follow the links for more information.

  • Homeschool students

    More and more homeschool students are choosing Mount St. Mary's University. Our admissions approach is individualized and our Homeschool Student Coordinator will work with you and your parents every step of the way.

  • Transfer students

    Transfer applicants are not required to submit test scores; check here for more information and to see what courses will transfer.

  • International students

    Learn about additional requirements for international students, tests, Visas, healthcare, etc.

  • Accepted Students

    Already accepted? Find out what’s next.

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The only way to believe it is to see it. Spend a day on our spectacular mountain campus and you’ll begin to understand what’s it’s like to be a Mountie.

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