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Mount St. Mary's University is a private, liberal arts, Catholic university in the Catoctin Mountain area near historic Emmitsburg, Maryland, with a satellite campus for graduate and adult undergraduate students in Frederick, Maryland's second largest city. As a Catholic university, Mount St. Mary’s graduates ethical leaders who are inspired by a passion for learning and lead lives of significance in service to God and others.

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Counselor Advisory Board

Our Counselor Advisory Board brings together school counselors with the Mount's enrollment team to discuss new ideas, possibilities and trends in higher education today.
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16300 Old Emmitsburg Road
Emmitsburg, Maryland 21727
800-448-4347

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Job placement after graduation #1 in the state of Maryland based on U.S. Dept. of Ed data for 2018-19.
Student to Faculty Ratio 13:1
Average applicant GPA 3.5

Application Process

To apply to the Mount, you can start an application using either the Mount's application or the Common app.

Required

✔ Official high school transcript

✔ A recommendation letter or form from a teacher or school counselor.

Optional

✔ Essay or Personal Statement

The Mount is now test optional

  • Students may submit results of the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), the American College Testing program (ACT) and/or the Classic Learning Test (CLT) to the Admissions Office, but these test scores are not required for admission or scholarship consideration. 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. Please see our full test optional policy.

Deadline Information

Students are admitted on a rolling basis with two deadlines – Early Action and Regular Decision.

  • Early Action: Application and materials due by November 1 with a decision guaranteed  by Christmas.
  • Regular Decision: Application  and materials due by March 1.

Outcomes

Here’s where some of our graduates have landed. You can also read stories about Mount alumni who are living sigificantly.

Employers Graduate Schools Service Organizations
Lockheed Martin Yale University Fellowship of Catholic University Students
National Institutes of Health College of William and Mary Jesuit Volunteer Corps
National Security Agency Georgetown University Peace Corps
Northrup Grumman University of Notre Dame Teach for America
PepsiCo Villanova University
Vanguard

An Affordable Private Education

  • Included in Money magazine’s 2018 Best Colleges for Your Money
  • 1889 Undergraduate students
  • Automatic merit scholarship review
  • $30,866 average first-year student scholarship and grant award.
  • University scholarships: a complete listing and detailed information on scholarships.
  • Need-based financial aid: The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) can be submitted beginning October 1. The Mount’s deadline for submitting the FAFSA is March 1.

2020-21 Cost of Attendance

Undergraduate expenses for 2020-21 includes room, board, tuition and fees for one year. Costs are estimates at this time and are subject to change. Room and board figures are based on typical meal plan and room selection costs.

Tutition Room Board Fees
$42,200 $6,940 $6,690 $1,450

Special Programs

  • Law (3/3 Dual Degree Program) with the Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law
  • Nursing (Dual Degree Program) with University of Maryland and Shenandoah University
  • Osteopathic Medicine (4/4 Dual Degree Program) with Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Athletic Training Master of Science degree with Bridgewater College – Health Science majors may qualify for 3/2 Program
  • Athletic Training Master of Science degree with Thomas Jefferson University – Health Science majors may qualify for 3/2 Program

FAQs: Slate.org

What is Slate.org?

Slate.org is a free tool for school counselors, independent counselors, and community-based organizations to check on student statuses in the admission process. Slate.org also allows counselors to conveniently and securely submit application-related materials directly to colleges and universities.

How is Mount St. Mary’s University planning to use Slate.org?

We hope slate.org will be a helpful tool for you to upload documents and track your applicant’s status.

How do I register?

Visit slate.org and click the registration link in the main toolbar.

How do permissions work?

One member of your school will be designated to manage permissions. Find out more about how to get started.

Which documents can I upload through Slate.org?

You can upload transcripts, letters of recommendation and other needed materials.