Congratulations! You've been accepted to Mount Allison.
Wondering what's next? We want to make this process as easy as possible for you. Here are the steps you will need to take on your way to arriving on campus in September.
Remember, it's important to check your Mount Allison e-mail regularly. Once you have been accepted to Mount Allison, this is how we will communicate important information to you.
1. Accept your offer of admission
Simply pay your $100 registration deposit and this will confirm your intent to attend Mount Allison.
» Deadline: May 5, 2017
» Pay your registration deposit
2. Apply for scholarships and bursaries
You will receive your student ID and password upon acceptance to the University. Once you set up your MtA e-mail, you can access both the scholarship and bursary applications through Connect@MtA. You will be automatically considered for entrance scholarships based on your grades, but you can apply for enhanced or designated scholarships. Bursaries are also available for student demonstrating financial need.
» Scholarship and bursary application deadline: March 1, 2017
» Find out more about scholarships and bursaries, and how to apply
3. Apply to live in residence
More than 80 per cent of first-year students choose to live in residence. We base your residence assignment priority on the day you pay your $100 registration deposit (see #1). Plus, you will need to pay your $500 residence deposit to be considered for the early-bird residence draw.
» Early-bird residence application deadline: March 1, 2017
» Access the application and discover more about residence living
4. If required, contact the Meighen Centre
If you are a student with a disability or condition, and feel that you may require services, supports, or accommodations, you are encouraged to contact the Meighen Centre once you have been admitted. Contacting the Centre early in the process will ensure that supports can be put in place to ensure your success.
» Deadline: apply as early as possible
» Find out more about the Meighen Centre, and how to contact their helpful staff
5. Submit your mid-year transcript
If you have applied with your Grade 11 transcripts and have already been offered early admission, submit your mid-year transcript for entrance scholarship consideration. These transcripts do not need to be official – you can scan and e-mail, fax, or upload.
6. Attend Spring Open House or book a campus visit
If you would like to visit campus or have questions you would like answered in person, attend Spring Open House or book a campus visit anytime. If you can't make it to campus, do the next best thing and take a virtual tour.
» Spring Open House: March 3, 2017 (registration for Spring Open House will be available in February)
» Book a tour
7. Register for courses
Course registration opens for new students in May. You will receive a course registration package in the mail and can receive assistance with the process by visiting Mount Allison's RegHelp.
» Course registration opens: mid-May
» Visit RegHelp
8. Submit your final transcript
When your final grades are in, your official final transcript needs to be sent directly to us from the issuing institution via any of the following way:
» Mail: 62 York St., Sackville, NB E4L 1E2
» Fax: 1-506-364-2272
» E-mail: email@example.com
9. Get ready for Orientation
Your official journey at Mount Allison will begin with Orientation Week. You will receive information in the mail directly from the Mount Allison Students' Union on the schedule of events and what to expect. There's something for everyone!
» Move-in day – international students: Aug. 28, 2017
» Move-in day – domestic students: Aug. 31, 2017
See you on campus soon! If you have any questions, please let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (506) 364-2269.