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- The Common Application
- The Common Application Supplement
- Transcripts and SAT/ACT scores (if you have taken less than 24 credits)
- Statement of Good Standing from the most recent college attended or a
- $50 Non-refundable Application Fee
- Apply by April 1st (For priority consideration)
- Notification beginning February 15th
- Apply by December 1st
*Applications received after these dates will be considered on a space-available basis
Transfer applications consist of the following components:
The Common Application
The Common App has several parts, and requires a personal statement essay, and must be submitted by the applicable date. There is also a Common Application Supplement, with a unique essay to St. Mary’s, that should be submitted online with your application. Make sure to double check that your application has submitted correctly.
St. Mary's is now accepting a PDF version of the application for admission should you prefer not to use the Common Application.
Transcripts and Test Scores
Our application requires official transcripts of all college work; for applicants with less than 24 earned college credits, we ask that you also provide a final high school transcript. In terms of standardized tests, St. Mary’s College takes the SAT Reasoning or ACT exam scores. Scores should be sent directly from the testing agency. College Board (CEEB) code is 5601, and our ACT college code is 1736. SAT Subject Tests are not required but may be submitted for consideration.
We also require a Statement of Good Standing from the most recent college attended or a College Report.
Letters of Recommendation
We ask that you submit a letter of recommendation from a college professor. For any questions about this part of the process, please contact our office.
An application fee of $50.00 is required to process your application. The fee may be submitted online via credit card in the payment section of your application. Please note that the college will not receive your application for review until this section is complete.
Interviews are an optional part of the college application process, and can be scheduled here.