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Admissions Information

Marywood University accepts applications for admission as an undergraduate student for both fall and spring academic semesters. All prospective undergraduate students seeking an academic challenge and a supportive environment who wish to enroll as first year students, or who wish to transfer academic credit from another college or university, are encouraged to apply. Each application is carefully evaluated with guidelines developed by the Undergraduate Admissions Committee. The Admissions Committee meets on a regular schedule during the academic year, and candidates are normally informed of an admission decision within a few weeks after an application becomes complete. To apply for admission and financial aid, prospective students may write or telephone the Office of University Admissions (1-570-348-6234 or toll-free 1-866-279-9663), or contact the office by e-mail ( Online applications may be completed through our website (

Application for Admission as a First Year Student

Components of the Application for Admission

Admission Requirements

Special Categories

  • Early Admission
  • Enrollment with a Limited Academic Schedule
  • Project G.R.E.A.T. (Gradual Re-Entry for Adults in Transition)
  • Deferred Enrollment

Transfer from Another College

International Student Admission

Special Opportunities

  • Reserve Officer Training Programs (ROTC)
  • Momentum: An Opportunity for High School Students to Accelerate
  • Music Lessons


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