At Mount Aloysius College, we want to know who you are, not just the information that is on the paper or on your online application. Our counselors are committed to speaking with you when you have questions or concerns. This is why Mount Aloysius makes every effort to discuss the admissions requirements and process with every prospective student.
Admissions Requirements for Freshman
Admissions Requirements — Associate and Bachelor Degrees
Prospective students must submit the following materials to the Office of Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions, Mount Aloysius College, Cresson, PA 16630, (814) 886-6383:
Admissions Requirements for Transfer Students
Transfer and returning adult students are welcome and treated like first-class students at Mount Aloysius College.
We do everything we can to minimize headaches and make your life easier as you transfer or enroll at Mount Aloysius College as an adult student. We’ll guide you every step of the way.
When you transfer to Mount Aloysius, you may bring up to 40 credits into an Associate Degree program to complete an Associate Degree, or 90 credits into a Baccalaureate Degree program. Bring in an unofficial copy of your transcript when you visit and we’ll tell you what will transfer while you are here.
Students who have completed an Associate Degree may be able to come into a compatible Bachelors Degree at Mount Aloysius College with Junior standing. These students will be given 60 credits for their degree.
How do you begin your transfer?
Admissions Requirements for International Students
International students are welcome to apply to Mount Aloysius College for both the fall and spring semesters. International students are responsible for following the same procedures as all freshmen or transfer students. The following is a list of what must be supplied or completed when applying to Mount Aloysius College as an international student.
If you are an eligible non-citizen and have an Alien Registration Number, are a permanent resident and you have an Alien Registration Card or a conditional permanent resident, you are eligible to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and may be eligible to receive federal and state funding such as grants, work-study, and student loans.
Admissions Requirements for Graduate Students
To apply for Graduate School at Mount Aloysius College, applicants must submit the following information to the office of Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions:
Applicants to the Community Counseling program must show evidence of successful completion of undergraduate statistics. If an applicant has not completed an undergraduate statistics course, he or she is expected to do so prior to matriculation, or, is expected to enroll in an undergraduate statistics course as part of his or her program.
Applicants to the Business Administration program must submit a three to five minute video statement of purpose using the prompts outlined in the application. MBA students who do not have a bachelors degree in business or accounting must pass two leveling modules before they are considered for the program.
Admissions Requirements for Returning Adult Students
Returning adult students are welcome and treated like first-class students at Mount Aloysius College.
We do everything we can to minimize headaches and make your life easier for the student. We’ll guide you every step of the way.
What do I need to do to start at MAC?