Former students admissions | Mount Allison

Apply for re-admission if you've previously attended at least one semester at Mount Allison and have taken a break in studies or if you've already graduated.

 

Re-admission after a break in studies

STEP 1: Complete our re-admission application

Submit the re-admission application form if you've previously attended at least one semester at Mount Allison.

If you're on academic suspension or dismissal, you must also complete the former student supplementary questionnaire:

  • by June 15 for admission to the fall term (September start)
  • by Nov. 15 for admission to winter term (January start)

If you've been absent for a year or more, you'll be re-admitted under the academic calendar in force for the term to which you apply for re-admission. Where necessary an academic dean, in consultation with the registrar, will interpret your past record in terms of the current curriculum.

Questions about the remaining requirements for the completion of your degree? Contact our academic advisor at advisor@mta.ca.

STEP 2: Submit your application fee (if applicable)

Students in good standing or academic probation are not required to pay an application fee

Students on academic suspension or dismissal must submit a $20 application fee. Payment is required before processing your application. Payments can be made by cash, debit, cheque, money order, or Visa/Mastercard:

Registrar's Office
Wallace McCain Student Centre (2nd floor)
62 York St., Sackville, NB E4L 1E2

Questions? Contact us at (506) 364-2269 or email regoffice@mta.ca.

 

Re-admission following graduation

If you've earned a degree from Mount Allison and want to return to studies, submit the re-admission following graduation application.

After graduating from Mount Allison, you may wish to seek re-admission for any of the following reasons:

  • as a candidate for a second undergraduate degree
  • as a candidate for an honours certificate
  • to upgrade your CGPA
  • to complete additional courses required for admission to a professional/graduate program of study
  • to take courses out of interest