Incoming Freshmen

If you're looking for a degree that will prepare you to be a future leader in your career and, more importantly, in life, you've come to the right place.

Our students are inquisitive, caring, and purpose driven. They work to help others and dive headfirst into solving problems, experimenting with new ideas, and serving others. The Mount Marty community's role is to guide students on their career paths and in every aspect of life, always inspiring them with the Catholic Benedictine values of lifelong learning, awareness of God, hospitality, and community. Our big, tree-shaded campus overlooking the majestic Missouri River is beautiful and timeless, and so is our shared mission of academics and service.

We are honored and happy that you’ve chosen to look into attending Mount Marty College. Attending a Catholic college has so many benefits, and our students and alumni are happy to tell you why they think so too: Just read one of their stories. We strive to make you feel welcome and prepared to succeed. Our entire college community is dedicated to ensuring that you have a good experience during and after your time here.

Are you worried about the cost? Don't be. Our financial aid experts work hard to make sure Mount Marty is one of the most affordable private Catholic colleges in South Dakota. Ninety-nine percent of our students receive financial aid in the form of scholarships, grants, and/or traditional loans. In addition, a specially monitored advising program and dedicated advisors have established a four-year degree completion plan to help students attain their degrees in a timely manner. Our financial aid team has over 25 years of experience serving not only at MMC, but also as leaders of nationally recognized associations such as the Rocky Mountain Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators. 

Are you ready to find out what you qualify for? Simply complete the following steps:

Submit an application for admission. Apply here!

Submit official high school transcripts. Ask your guidance counselor to send your current transcripts to Mount Marty College for admissions and scholarship decisions. We must also receive a final and official transcript after your high school graduation.

In addition, submit an official college transcript of any college courses you've taken while in high school.

Take the ACT or SAT test and request that the results be sent to MMC. ACT or SAT scores are only required if you are under 21 years of age.

  • ACT code is 3914
  • SAT code is 6416

Your Mount Marty College Enrollment Counselor is always ready to help you if you have questions or need assistance during the admissions, financial aid, or registration processes. 

For an easy experience, use these helpful checklists and tools.