International Admissions (UG)

Visit the Mount

Register NowVisit the Mount's beautiful 60-acre Hudson Valley campus for any of our exciting admissions events or for an individual visit.


Sneak Peek Summer Barbecue

High school students and their families are invited to join us at an informal, relaxing barbecue lunch on campus on July 29 or August 13. You'll get to meet and sit down with current students, faculty, coaches, as well as financial aid and admissions staff, and get the answers you need about the Mount. Register online.


Open House

High school seniors and families are invited to join us for an Admissions Open House this fall on the following Sunday's;  

  • September 21, 2014
  • October 26, 2014  
  • November 16, 2014

At the Mount's Open House, you can tour our state-of-the-art facilities, speak with our experienced, friendly faculty and coaches,learn more about academic programs, and visit our residence halls. You'll also get to meet our financial aid representatives and admissions counselors. We're here to help with your college search and answer any of your questions.

Don't miss this chance to visit our beautiful Hudson Valley campus, and see for yourself what the Mount can offer.We look forward to seeing you this fall!

Online registration will be available soon.


Individual Visit 

The Office of Admissions offers tours and information sessions daily, Monday through Friday, at 11 am and 2 pm. We welcome the visits of prospective students and their families to campus at any time, but the best time to visit is when classes are in session.

You can tour the campus with a student ambassador, talk with students, faculty and staff, and meet with an admissions counselor. Register online for a weekday tour.


Weekend Visit

Admissions conducts tours on selected Saturdays mornings, along with a short information session for prospective students and their families. Register online for a weekend tour and info session!


Spend-a-Day

Our admissions counselors love to help accepted students interested in spending a day or night on campus, when school is in session. We line up student hosts whose academic and social preferences complement your own. Attend classes, eat in the dining hall, and participate in campus activities. If prior arrangements have been made for an overnight stay, you can also spend the night in a freshman residence hall.

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