After Acceptance

After Acceptance: Graduate/Doctoral Students

Submit Your Deposit
If you wish to accept the offer of admission, please Submit Your Deposit online or complete the paper form sent with your acceptance letter.  Deposits are non-refundable.  Once the deposit is received, we will send your academic advisor's contact information, so you can start the registration process.

Invest in Your Future
Learn the ways in which we'll help you finance your Marywood education.

  • Scholarships/Assistantships - The University awards scholarships from institutional sources on the basis of academic merit.  Multiple full-time and half-time assistantships are also available.  More information can be found on the Graduate Financial Aid website.
  • Financial Aid - Students are encouraged to apply for federal and state aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  Marywood's federal school code is 003296.

Complete Paperwork
When you submit your deposit, University Admissions will send you a confirmation packet containing information regarding your next steps in the admissions process, including information on registering for classes.  You will also be required to complete a Student Health Services form.

Final Transcripts
Acceptance is based upon current information contained in your application for admission. If you are currently enrolled in coursework, a final official transcript must be forwarded to University Admissions indicating your degree and the date conferred. Failure to forward a final transcript may result in withdrawal of this offer of acceptance.

New Student Orientation
Held in late summer about one week before classes begin, orientation is an important part of your graduate or post-graduate experience at Marywood University. You will have an opportunity to shop at the bookstore, get your parking permit and student ID, network with fellow students, and visit the campus facilities. 

An admitted graduate student may defer his/her enrollment for up to two years from the original semester accepted. In addition, the student may defer a maximum of two times.  Deferring enrollment will be subject to a fee.  If a student wishes to defer enrollment for a third time or if the deferment falls outside of the two-year period, the student must apply to the graduate program again.

Additional Information

Health Insurance

Graduate Housing

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