Congratulations on your admission to Marymount University! You’re joining close to 1,100 graduate students from around the nation and abroad. This page offers some “next steps” as you get ready to start your graduate work. If at any time you have questions, we’re here to help. We look forward to welcoming you to the Marymount community.
Confirm Your Attendance
The first step to enrolling is to submit the Intent to Enroll form and submit your non-refundable deposit in the application portal. Once you have accepted your enrollment and completed your deposit, you will begin to receive a series of communications to you about registration, orientation, resources on campus, etc. Please reach out to the admissions team if you have any questions while accepting your enrollment.
Deferral of Enrollment Policy
Marymount University offers students the option to defer their offer of admission for up to one year. Students must submit this form in order to request a deferral. The full enrollment deposit ($500) is due in order for a deferral request to be processed.
All requests are reviewed on a case by case basis. Please note that the deposit is non-refundable but will be applied as credit towards the student’s first semester charges.
Some programs have a set start term each year and a student will not be able to defer off-track. Should you have any questions about the available start times of your program, please contact Graduate Admissions.
Incoming Graduate Student Information
If you are an incoming on-campus student, please review this Welcome Packet for New Graduate Students to learn more about class registration, on-campus technology services, financial aid, housing, and student services and resources. See the New Student Checklist for a quick summary of information on beginning your graduate career.
If you are incoming student in our online Nursing or Doctorate of Education programs, please view the Online Welcome Packet for New Graduate Students . The information included in the Online Welcome Packet will be specific to your matriculation as an online graduate student.