Applications for admission to a master's degree, certificate, or certification program will be kept for two years from the original date of receipt. If the application has not been completed during this period, it will be destroyed without notice to the applicant. If the applicant subsequently decides to enter a graduate program at the University, he/she will be required to reassemble the entire application file.

Application files for applicants who have been offered admission to Marywood University will be kept for two years from the semester of acceptance. If a student does not register for class during this period, the application will be destroyed.

Application files for applicants who have not been offered admission to Marywood University will be kept for two years from the semester for which the student has applied.

Application files for applicants who formally withdraw their application prior to and after acceptance will be kept for two years from the semester for which the student has applied.

Applications for admission to the Ph.D., Psy.D., Physician Assistant, or Speech Language Pathology programs are retained only for the admissions cycle of the academic year for which the student has applied.

All documents submitted in connection with an application become the property of the University.