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Mount Marty College follows a rolling application policy which means that we accept applications every day of the year. However, it is always advised that you apply early if you are considering attendance at MMC so that we can serve you in the best way possible as you make your educational plans.

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Undergraduate Students (Degree Seeking)
All undergraduate applicants must submit the following in order to be considered for acceptance to Mount Marty College:
Completed Undergraduate Admission Application by campus
  Yankton Campus Undergraduate Admission Application
Watertown Location Undergraduate Admission Application
Official high school or GED transcript.
Official ACT scores (only required if applicant is under 21 years of age and scores are often included as part of the official high school transcript).
Official transcripts from any colleges from which credit has been earned (either during or after high school).
Send all required materials to:
  Mount Marty College
Office of Admissions
1105 West 8th Street
Yankton, South Dakota 57078
Unclassified Students (Non-Degree Seeking)
All non-degree students interested in enrolling in classes without pursuing a degree must submit an unclassified application. Unclassified students are not eligible for financial aid.
Unclassified Admission Application

Graduate Students
All graduate students must submit the appropriate graduate program application.
Graduate Program Information & Applications

Students who were previously enrolled at Mount Marty College, have not enrolled at another post-secondary institution since leaving MMC, and meet one of the following criteria are eligible to appy for readmission: 1) Students who wish to continue enrollment immediately following the completion of a certification or degree; 2) Students with a break in enrollment of no more than one semester through an approved leave of absence agreement. If granted readmission, students will continue under the institutional and departmental graduation requirements at the time of orginal admission. This application must be submitted to the Office of Admissions. Readmission must be processed in order to reinstate your account for registration and financial aid purposes. All official transcripts must be on file in order to complete the readmission application.

Requirements do vary slightly depending on your educational background; however, applicants are generally eligible for acceptance if they have a 2.0 GPA (high school or college), 18 ACT, 860 SAT, or GED average score of 500. The best way to find out how MMC can serve you is to apply and request for all official transcripts (high school and college, if applicable) be sent to MMC for consideration. We accept and process applications year-round and can inform you of your status as soon as we have all the necessary information.

Rest assured, we want you to be as informed as possible about all the requirements for admission to MMC, so we hope that you will visit our pages dedicated to first time freshman, transfer students, international students, and graduate students which go into much greater

Help us to help you find the information you need by getting in touch with us today. We can also offer you some frequently asked questions to help you learn more as you explore the opportunities available to you at MMC.

Need Assistance?
The MMC Admissions Office is staffed with professional Enrollment Counselors specially trained to assist all possible types of prospective students through the admission, financial aid and registration processes including:
First Time Freshman
Transfer Students
International Students
Graduate Students
Unclassified Students (non-degree seeking)