At Marymount University, we take pride in preparing you not just for a career but for life. Our unique location, along with our outstanding faculty and staff, will provide you with all the tools you need to achieve personal, academic and professional growth. We are here for you!
The application process is important, and so is getting an early start. By submitting your Marymount application as early as possible, you improve your chances of earning exceptional scholarship opportunities that allow for an affordable private education. You must apply and be admitted to compete for scholarships.
We are committed to your success! If you have any questions regarding this process that we can help you with please feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are applying to the Marymount University Doctorate of Physical Therapy program (DPT), you must apply through the PTCAS Application.
If you are applying to a graduate nursing program, you must apply via the Nursing CAS Application.
If you are applying to one of our graduate online programs, you must apply via our online program application.
For all other graduate programs, create your account here:
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If you haven't started your undergraduate non-degree application yet, create your account here:
If you've already started your undergraduate non-degree application, continue applying here:
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You're going to hear the following from every school, so your job is to do your research and see who really means it, every day, every way:
Your Marymount education is powered by our absolute commitment to learning both by thinking and experiencing. You will have valuable internships. You will have faculty who have made their names and reputations in the real world. You will be minutes from one of the world's most important and exciting business, arts, financial and political centers.
You will have terrific opportunities for study and service abroad, from quick hops to semester-long adventures. You will be a vocal participant in dynamic, small classes (even if that's not your style now, it will be - trust us). You will be asked to lead, to stretch yourself, to scare yourself a little—and you will have the got-your-back support that gives you the total confidence to step up.
Most important of all, learning with purpose at Marymount means you will be prepared not just for a career, but for all the didn't-see-that-coming twists and turns your career will take you on the path that marks a fulfilling and contributing life. To us, success means doing well and doing good. Careers with meaning, lives with purpose. Do you agree?
Marymount University strives to help our students obtain their degrees 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. Check out all the undergraduate financial aid options to see just how affordable a Marymount education can be.
Blue Money works by splitting the balance into convenient monthly payments, with no added interest or fees! By budgeting ahead for the upcoming charges, you may be able to reduce the amount of loans needed for school and ensure timely registration for upcoming semesters. Help close the gap in your tuition - apply for Blue Money by the enrollment deadlines:
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Interested in learning more about Marymount University? We invite you to request more information today!
“Marymount invited me to come out of my comfort zone,” says Maria Camarca of Fredericksburg, Virginia.
As a result, she’ll spend the summer analyzing the chemical makeup of comets during a internship at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland.
“I feel like the past year has been full of so many blessings from so many people who helped me understand that this was something that wasn’t out of my reach.”
- Maria Camarca, Class of 2017