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Why Mount Mary College?
"The instructors are out-of-this-world wonderful! They want you to succeed and do what they can to make that happen."
—Christine, Diagnostic Medical Sonography major
The first step to earning your bachelor’s degree is to schedule a campus visit. At this first visit, you can bring your previous college transcripts and your admission counselor will perform a quick evaluation of your transcripts and advise you on what classes will transfer to Mount Mary College.
Additionally at your first visit, if you bring your completed admission application or apply online in advance, along with all previous college transcripts, you can learn your admission decision on-the-spot.
Up to 64 credits can be transferred from a two-year school or technical college. There is no limit to the number of credits that can be transferred from a four-year institution. Fill out Mount Mary’s transfer request form and provide it to the Registrar's Office at colleges you have previously attended.
Contact your admission counselor to see which credits will transfer from a previously attended institution, or more specifically, the following two-year colleges:
Mount Mary also accepts college credit through Advanced Placement (AP), College Level Examination Program (CLEP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) testing. Learn more.
All full-time transfer students receive an academic scholarship up to $8,500. Additional financial aid from loans, grants and work-study also are available, and tuition discounts are available to employees of our corporate partners. To qualify for an academic scholarship, all you need to do is apply and be accepted. To qualify for financial aid, you’ll need to fill out the FAFSA. See Tuition and Fees information.
Mount Mary College understands that you have specific needs and we are committed to seeing you succeed. The College offers:
Contact the Admission Office at 1-800-321-6265 or contact your admission counselor.