Undergraduate Admission Events

The Office of Admission offers a full schedule of undergraduate admission events to help you get acquainted with our campus and our diverse and inclusive student body.

For more information, check out the calendar of Admission events, visit us, or contact the Office of Admission.

Open House
There’s no better way to get a feel for the College than by attending an open house. Student ambassadors and academic deans will offer you and your parents an overview of student life at the Mount. You’ll learn about our academic programs, internships, and the exciting opportunities in New York City, just a few miles away. We’ll answer your questions regarding housing, scholarships, job placement, cooperative education opportunities, and other campus information.

Information Sessions
The Office of Admission offers information sessions throughout the year. Choose a convenient time and sign up to get all of your questions answered. You can meet your admissions counselor, hear about majors and programs, learn the ins and outs of the application process and financial aid, and get a feel for what life is like on campus. All information sessions are followed by a campus tour led by one of our current students.

Transfer Information Sessions
Come to the Riverdale campus to learn more about the College, our transfer admission process, and the opportunities available to you as you continue your education at Mount Saint Vincent. Check-in will begin at 11:30 a.m., followed by a presentation at 12:00 p.m. in Benedict’s, on the first floor of Founders Hall. The session will conclude with a campus tour at 1:00 p.m.

Transfer Thursdays
Visit the campus and complete every step to transfer to the Mount – all in one day!

Students who submit an application prior to their appointment and bring all supplemental documents with them, will be able to receive their admissions decision instantly. The Transfer Coordinator will also provide a preliminary transfer credit evaluation, information about award merit scholarships to qualified students, and set up appointments with Academic Advising and Financial Aid.