• Admission Timeline: 2013/2014 Academic Year

    September

    21 - National ACT Examination
    26 – Weekend Information Session 10 a.m.
    Students can go to /admission/scholarships and find out their preliminary scholarship awards. The scholarships are based upon unofficial SAT/ACT and GPA information provided by the student.  These preliminary awards are not official.


    October

    5 – National SAT Examination
    13 – Open House 12 p.m. – 3 p.m.
    26 – Weekend Information Session 10 a.m.
    26 – National ACT Examination

    Potential freshmen start to apply for fall admission via the Early Action or Regular Decision process.* Transfer students start to apply for the spring semester.****


    November

    2 – National SAT Examination
    9 – Weekend Information Session 10 a.m.
    16 – Weekend Information Session 10 a.m.

    Incoming Freshman and Transfer students continue to submit their applications.


    December

    1 – Early Action deadline. Application must be complete** and in the Office of Undergraduate Admission for students who wish to be considered for Early Action and Freshman Nursing. Early Action must also be indicated on the application.
    1 - Transfer application deadline for the spring semester.  
    7 - National SAT Examination
    7 - Weekend Information Session 10 a.m.
    14 - National ACT Examination

    January

    1 – Free Application for Federal Student Aid form issued for the 2014/2015 academic year.
    15 – Early Action notification date.
    25 – National SAT Examination
    26 - Weekend Information Session 10 a.m.

    Students accepted Early Action begin to submit their enrollment deposit to secure their place in the class.***

     

    February


    8 - National ACT Examination
    15 - Weekend Information Session 10 a.m.
    22 - Weekend Information Session 10 a.m.

    Accepted students continue to submit their enrollment deposit.


    March

    1 – Regular Decision deadline. Application must be complete** and in the Office of Undergraduate Admission for students who wish to be considered for Regular Decision. Applications received or incomplete after this date will be reviewed on a space available basis.
    1 -Weekend Information Session 10 a.m.
    8 - National SAT Examination
    9 - Weekend Information Session 10 a.m

    Students continue to submit their enrollment deposit. Transfer students begin to apply for the fall semester.****


    April

    1 – Regular Decision Notification Date.
    12 - National ACT Examination
    13 – Weekend Information Session 10 a.m.
    27 – Weekend Information Session 10 a.m.

    Students finalize their decision of the college they plan to attend in the fall.


    May

    1 – National Candidate Reply Deadline.
    3 - Saturday Information Session 10 a.m.
    3 - National SAT Examination.

    June

    7 – National SAT Examination (For High School Juniors)
    14 – National ACT Examination (For High School Juniors)


    July

    15 – Transfer Fall application deadline.

    Students are given housing assignments. Students come to campus for summer Orientation, including placement testing and advisement. Deposited transfer students are sent housing contracts.

    August

    Placement testing and course selection is complete for incoming students.


    * Please refer to the definition of Early Action and Regular Decision prior to submitting application.

    ** Complete application includes signed application, application fee of $50, official transcripts, essay, letter of recommendation, and official SAT/ACT scores.

    *** For Early Action and Regular Decision Candidates: After students submit the $200 enrollment deposit, access is granted to The Welcome Center at www.monmouth.edu/welcome. Housing is guaranteed for freshmen who submit an enrollment deposit, housing contract, and housing deposit by May 1, 2013. Parking for freshmen is extremely limited and given on a space-available basis.

    **** Transfer applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.


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