Welcome New Students! We are so happy that you are part of the Mount Mary community!

This page will guide you through the New Student Registration process to get you ready for a successful Fall 2020 semester!

Video: Welcome from Sarah Olejniczak, Vice President for Student Affairs

Video: Navigating MyMountMary

Directions: Navigating MyMountMary overview

Video: New Student Registration overview

Advising & Degree Information

TO DO: Set up your advising appointment.  Your advisor will be contacting you to set up your appointment.  So keep your eye on your personal e-mail and your phone messages regularly to make sure you connect to make this happen.   

Registering for Your Classes

TO DO: After you meet with your Advisor and plan your Fall schedule, you need to go into MyMountMary and sign yourself up for your classes.  Follow the directions below.

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Financial Aid & Business Office

The Financial Aid Office assists you and your family by providing information on ways to pay for your education. The staff can explain how to apply for federal and state grants and loans. They will let you know about important deadlines and paperwork needed to process your aid offer. Mount Mary scholarships are also managed through this office. Apply Now for Fall 2020 Federal Financial Aid: www.fafsa.ed.gov

The Business Office is responsible for billing students for their tuition and fees. They process payments and keep balances up-to-date and can help you set up a payment plan.  

TO DO: After you register for your classes, you need to connect with both the Financial Aid and the Business Offices.  Go here to Schedule a Financial Aid appointment and contact the Business Office at 414-930-3033 or MMU-businessoffice@mtmary.edu.  

TO DO: Make sure you have completed all the items and submitted all of the documents for these offices, including your Financial Responsibility Form. To view your to-do list, log into MyMountMary and click on the Finances tab. 

Residence Life: Living on Campus

All female students are eligible to live on campus in Caroline Hall. Priority is given to full-time undergraduate students. If you are a first-year student enrolling directly from high school, you are required to live on campus, unless you will live at home with your parents or immediate family.  

Visit the Residence Life page for more details and complete the Housing application

Video: Explore Mount Mary Housing   

What To Bring: A guide for residential students

Make sure you are checking your Mount Mary e-mail!

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Student Support & Campus Resources

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