The Office of Undergraduate Admissions reviews the strength of an applicant’s academic record, SAT/ACT scores, high school curriculum, and letters of recommendation. Freshman applicants must have at least a high school grade point average of 2.5 or better on a 4.0 scale and an SAT score (or score equivalent) within 100 points of the national average to be considered for admission.
It is recommended that students have at least 4 years of English; 3 years of mathematics and social sciences; and 2 years of science and foreign language. A campus interview is not required but is strongly recommended, as it gives students a chance to see if Marymount would be a good fit for them. The University holds Campus Visit Days in the fall and spring, and visitors are welcome at any time.
Marymount University strives to help incoming freshmen like you obtain their degree without breaking the bank. MU offers aid in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, and campus employment to students with outstanding academic promise and/or significant financial need.