You’ve got what it takes to succeed.
We’ve selected you because you want to make a difference in your life and the lives of others, and you'll fit perfectly at Mount Marty College. You’ve worked hard and accomplished much. Now, attend a college where you can accomplish so much more.
Let us help you make the most important decision about your future. No matter what kind of information and resources you need to make your transition into the College—whether you're a first-year freshman, transfer student or adult learner—you can locate it here.
- Submit final transcripts once all classes are complete prior to enrollment at Mount Marty College.
- Search online for scholarships. Make sure to apply for Mount Marty College scholarships and view our outside scholarship listing.
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for financial aid. You can apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov or ask your Admissions Counselor for a FAFSA. If you have already completed your FAFSA for the upcoming year, call your Admissions Counselor with the DRN number form your Student Aid Report.
- Students under 21 years of age must live on campus, unless you are living with a parent or guardian within 30 miles of Yankton, are married, and/or have dependents. Students must submit a housing application to apply to live on-campus. Students living off-campus must submit an Off-campus Housing Intent Form.
- Attend New Student Registration to meet your advisor and register for classes.
- Meet MMC's immunization requirements and complete medical forms.
- Plan ahead and put important dates on your calendar for the upcoming academic year.
- Dual credit students must submit college transcripts for the courses they took for dual credit.