STEP 1: Apply for admission & scholarships 

Applying for September 2021: Submit your admission application and $50 application fee (Visa or MasterCard only).

If you are:  

» Already started your application? Finish your application within your MtA application account  

STEP 2: Submit supporting documents

High school students:

  • Early admission (Oct.-Jan.)
    Final Grade 11 transcript & Grade 12 course list (mid-year Grade 12 transcript required when available)
  • General admission (Feb.-Sept.)
    Mid-year Grade 12 transcript or final high school transcript if available

Transfer students:

  • Most up-to-date post-secondary transcripts for all institutions attended and final high school transcript

Send us your transcripts:

STEP 3: Accept your offer of admission & scholarships

We will keep you in the loop every step of the way! You will receive an email when:

  • your application is received
  • your supporting documents are received
  • we begin your review
  • your application review is complete

When your application review is completed, you will be notified of the decision by e-mail and by letter. We will also include your anticipated scholarship value (to be verified in April).

Once you are accepted:

  • Confirm your intent to attend Mount Allison by submitting your registration deposit ($100 for Canadian citizens and permanent residents; $250 for international students) by May 1
  • Once your deposit is received and processed, the deposit confirmation will be e-mailed to your e-mail account.

» For more detailed information, see for admitted students

What's next?

  • Apply for bursaries by March 1
    Submit your bursary application found in your Connect@MtA account — a secure student network provided at time of admission. For more information, see scholarships, bursaries, and awards. Applications submitted after March 1 will only be considered on a case-by-case basis.  
  •  Apply for residence
    Submit your residence application, then pay your $500 residence deposit ($250 for January admission). See payment options.

  • Send in final high school (and/or post-secondary) transcripts
    These documents must be sent directly from the issuing institution to:
    • By mail: Mount Allison Registrar's Office  62 York St., Sackville NB  E4L 1E2
    • By fax: 506-364-2272
  • For more detailed information, see for admitted students