Marywood University Admissions

Notices

Several online forms, including Marywood's application for admission and the request information and event registration forms, will be unavailable from 12 p.m. Monday, August 21, 2017 through Sunday, August 27, 2017 due to scheduled maintenance.  We apologize for the inconvenience.  Please use the following forms during this time:

Ready to Apply to an Undergraduate Program? Undergraduate Application for Admission or Common Application

Ready to Apply to a Graduate Program? Graduate Application for Admission

Want More Information? Request Information Form (Undergraduate, Graduate, Doctoral levels)

Want to Register for an Admissions Event?  Event Registration Form

Momentum: College Program for High School Students

This program is an opportunity for high school juniors and seniors to get a head start on college by enrolling in college level courses. Students can choose from a variety of courses (most often liberal arts courses) during the Fall, Spring, Summer I and Summer II semesters through high school graduation.

General Information/Requirements:

  • Completed sophomore or junior year of high school
  • Ranked in the top 50% of class
  • Meet minimum grade point average requirements
  • Eligible for a maximum of two courses per semester
  • Awarded Marywood University credit; usually 3 credits per course
  • Courses are offered at a reduced tuition rate

Sample Momentum Courses:

  • Composition and Rhetoric
  • Introduction to World Literature
  • Global History of the Twentieth Century
  • Introduction to Philosophy
  • General Psychology

    Upcoming Events

    Meet Samantha

    Communication Sciences and Disorders Major

    I really enjoy meeting all the potential students!

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    Financing Your Future

    Meet Marie

    Visual Arts Alum

    I am so grateful that I get to do what I love at one of the best museums in the country.

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    Meet Jennifer

    Undergraduate Admissions Counselor
    Don’t judge a book (or University) by its cover. Come for a visit! You will never know what you could be missing out on unless you come and see for yourself.

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