Prospective freshmen can apply online
, submit a paper application
, or apply through the Common Application
. Before getting started, there are some things you should know about Marymount’s admissions process:
When to Apply
Freshman admission at Marymount operates on a rolling basis, which means that we review your application as soon as it arrives and mail you a decision in about one month. And unlike early admissions policies elsewhere, you don’t have to commit to attend Marymount until the May 1 national decision deadline.
While there is no rigid application deadline, we recommend that prospective freshmen complete their application by April 1 to have the best opportunity for securing housing and financial aid. Enrollment deposits received after May 1 are accepted on a space available basis.
Applying for Scholarships, Financial Aid, and Scholars Programs
You are automatically considered for Marymount’s at-large academic scholarships and need-based financial aid when you submit an application. Other scholarships and aid require separate applications due as early as February 1
. Learn more
- Forensic Scholars - If you are interested in Legal and Forensic Psychology, consider applying to the Forensic Scholars program at Marymount. Qualifying forensic scholar students will be exempt from applying to Marymount's competitive Forensic and Legal Psychology graduate program. Learn more.
- Physical Therapy Scholars - If you are interested in becoming a physical therapist, consider applying to become Physical Therapy (PT) Scholar at Marymount. Qualifying PT scholars will be exempt from applying to Marymount's competitive Doctor of Physical Therapy program. Learn more.
International students are required to submit additional information with the admissions application. Learn more