Watertown FAQ

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

  • Take two or three classes, or get your bachelor's degree at Watertown's four-year college.
  • Courses are held in the classroom and online environments.
  • Class schedules are work-friendly. You'll meet once a week and oftentimes in the late afternoon and evening.
  • MMC's classes are smaller, providing a one-on-one environment between students and faculty.
  • Your professors, who have ample experience and connections with the Watertown community, care about your professional and personal success.
  • Regardless of your faith, the Benedictine core values of community, hospitality and life-long learning will help you develop the skills needed to succeed in the careers of the 21st century.
  • If you choose to, we provide several community service opportunities that help the Watertown community.

• Apply online
• Call the college office at 605-886-6777 and request a paper application. 
• Stop in and apply in person at our convenient West HWY 212 location, located 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 heidi.schooley@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. Here's why:
• Classes meet once a week.
• Two-thirds of our classes are held in the late afternoon or in the evening.
• We offer some courses online to help ease the burden for those who have busy work schedules.

• Complete this form or simply call the college office at 605-886-6777.

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.