Watertown FAQ

**This Information Pertains Only To Mount Marty College Watertown Location**

There is limited access to a four-year college education in Watertown and the surrounding areas.
Courses are held in the classroom environment.
Work-schedule friendly: Classes meet once a week at the same scheduled time or online.
Environment: MMC provides the kind of college environment that helps you excel and succeed because you are NOT lost in the crowd. Faculty and staff know you by name. They take a personal interest in your academical and personal success.
The classes are small.
We offer a unique values-based education that connects our students with the Benedictine tradition while serving those of all faiths by fostering positive moral, spiritual, and social values. Our values shape our students and their subsequent personal and professional contributions to the world.

• Apply online
• Call the college office at 605-886-6777, and request a paper application. 
• Stop in and apply in person at 3100 9th Ave SW, STE 200, Watertown, SD 57201.

High School Students

• Official high school or GED transcript,
• 2.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale),
• 18 on ACT, 860 on SAT.

Transfer Students

• Official high school or GED transcript,
• Official university, college, or technical institution transcript(s),
• 2.0 GPA.

*ACT scores are required for anyone under the age of 21 years.*
**Students who do not meet admission requirements may still be accepted with additional restrictions.**

• Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid 
   (Mount Marty College's Code - 003465).
• Complete the online Entrance Counseling Session.

• Complete the online Master Promissory Note.

Call the college office at 605-886-6777 or email stephanie.kinnander@mtmc.edu.

Yes, Mount Marty College-Watertown is the perfect choice for those who want to get an education while working to support themselves or their families:
• Classes meet once a week.
• Two-thirds of our classes are held in the late afternoon or in the evening.
• We also offer select courses online to help ease the burden for those who have busy work schedules.

• Complete this form to get more information.
• Call the college office at 605-886-6777, and we will be more than willing to send you information.

You can request your Mount Marty Transcript by doing the following:

Go to the Registrar page and click the "Transcript Ordering Center" link,

or stop by the MMC-Watertown Office to fill out a Transcript Request form.