Congratulations; you've been accepted to Mount Saint Mary
College! We have provided a complete list of next step items to
prepare you for college.
Accepted Student Portal
Activate your student account on the Accepted Students Portal. This
page will help you easily find and track information, dates, and
deadlines. There will be a lot of information to share with you,
and some exciting events coming up. We'll make it easy for you to
follow. Check back often (and bookmark this page.)
The Mount is dedicated to helping students and their families
navigate the financial aid process. Here's how to get started:
- The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is
available. You can access this at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The Mount’s
FAFSA School Code is 002778.
- File your application by February 15 to receive your financial
aid package in early April.
- If you already filed the FAFSA in the fall, update your form to
include the Mount’s school code to your application.
- Schedule an appointment with a Financial Aid counselor to
discuss monthly payment plans, or to go over financing issues.
Credit Evaluation and Advisement
Receive and review your transcript credit evaluation from the
Registrar's office within 5-7 business days after acceptance.
Transcript credit evaluations will inform you of how many credits
are eligible to transfer to the Mount.
After you receive your transcript credit evaluation, contact
your academic advisor listed on the bottom of your transcript
Registration for fall is generally in April, and for the spring
semester, in November. Advisement is necessary in order to register
for classes, so be sure to schedule your appointment promptly.
For accepted nursing students: please
contact a transfer coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deposit and Registration
Once you receive your financial aid package and credit
evaluation, and have met with your advisor, you can pay your
admissions deposit and register for courses. You must pay an
admissions deposits before registering for courses.
Pay your admissions deposit through the Accepted
The deposit deadline for the fall semester is May 1, and for the
spring semester by December 1. The deposit cost is $450 for
residents and $150 for commuters.
Schedule a Visit: If you haven’t been to see
the Mount yet, schedule a visit to campus.
Final Transcripts: If you completed any courses
last semester or over the summer, have your final transcripts sent
to the Admissions Office. Also, request that your final high school
transcript be sent to the College. New York State requires proof of
high school graduation for all students (regardless of age) prior
to disbursing any financial aid.
Residents: Watch for your housing information
in the mail. For students enrolling in the fall, housing paperwork
is generally mailed late May/early June. Be sure to complete the
information soon after receiving it to secure your spot in
Health Forms: Submit your health
forms to the Office of Health and Wellness.
Before Classes Begin
Make sure you take these steps before you start classes, so
you'll hit the ground running.
- Validate your enrollment (further details will
be sent prior to the start of the semester).
- Pick up your parking permit and ID card.
- Attend Transfer Student Orientation
Important Dates to Remember
Deposit deadline: December 1, 2015
Transfer Orientation: Dates TBA
Residence Halls Open: Sunday, January 24,
Start of spring semester classes: Monday,
January 25, 2016
Questions? Contact email@example.com