Basic Items Required for an Application for Admission
Each person who wishes to enroll in an undergraduate degree program completes and submits to the Office of University Admissions a Marywood application for admission. A check or money order in the amount of the nonrefundable application fee, made payable to Marywood University, should accompany the application. Any fee waiver requests must be attached to the application in lieu of the required fee. Applications submitted online do not require an application fee. In addition, the candidate is responsible for the submission of the following to the Office of University Admissions:
- An official transcript which reflects all course work in which a person has enrolled in secondary school and/or in a postsecondary institution. The secondary school transcript should indicate the person's rank in class, if available.
- One letter of recommendation from a candidate's guidance counselor. We also welcome a letter from a teacher, friend, family member or a person familiar with the candidate's background/work.
- Official scores from the College Board's SAT or from the American College Testing Program's ACT. The candidate should take the SAT or the ACT in the spring of the junior year and/or in the autumn/winter of the senior year. Test scores should be sent directly to Marywood University by the testing agency.
- An official report of the scores from the General Education Development Test (GED), if applicable.
If the primary language of the candidate is not English and previous formal education was not in English, and official score report of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is required.
Candidates are invited to visit the campus. An admission interview is not required, but is strongly encouraged because it provides a special opportunity to explore the candidate's interests and the University's programs, as well as view Marywood's facilities and learn about student life and academic support services.