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An education at the Mount all starts with an application. The Office of Admission is here to help you through the application and enrollment process! Choose which kind of student you are, and then read on to find out how to apply.

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Application Fee Waiver:
Our institution proudly participates in the College Board's SAT-to-College Application Fee-Waiver Program. If you took the SAT using a fee waiver, you automatically qualify for a college application fee waiver to apply for admission here at Mount St. Joseph University. Click here to learn more about College Board's SAT-to-College Application Fee-Waiver Program.


Returning to the Mount?

  • If you previously attended the Mount and it has been more than two years since you've last taken a class, you must reapply for admission. If you previously attended the Mount and have enrolled in another college or university since last attending, then you must reapply for admission. 
  • If you are returning in less than two years of leaving the Mount AND have not taken courses at another college/university, please update your information through this form. Once the Registrar's Office has updated your information, they will notify your advisor to contact you about registration for the upcoming term.


For questions throughout the application process, please contact the Office of Admission at, 513-244-4531, or meet your admission counselor today



At Mount St. Joseph University, we are committed to the success of our students. That’s why we make it simple for you to apply online.

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