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We want to meet you!

You're invited to visit Mount Mary throughout the year for an up close and personal look at our beautiful campus. We have several options available for visiting campus, including the following individual and group visit options.

Individual Campus Visits

Whether you are a first-year, transfer, adult or graduate student, we encourage you to schedule an individual visit to campus. During your visit, you can take a campus tour, meet with an admission counselor, meet with a professor, sit in on a class, talk with an athletics coach, or dine in one of our four on-campus cafés and dining halls.

Visit us at a time convenient for you by contacting the Admission Office at (414) 930-3024, or the Office for Graduate Admission at (414) 930-3049, or request an individual visit online.

Special Events for Undergraduate Students

  • Transfer & Adult Student Open House: Thursday, June 16, 2016 | 3:00 - 5:30 pm Talk with professors about your areas of interest, meet with an admission counselor and speak with a financial aid counselor. Plus, learn more about our generous transfer credit policy. Bring your college transcripts for an on-the-spot credit evaluation! Visit our Open House anytime between 3-5:30 PM. Faculty will be available from 3:30-5 PM. Campus tours will be available at 4:00, 4:30 & 5:00 PM.  For transfer and adult students. Register for this event
  • Wisconsin Private College Week: July 11-16, 2016 Join us throughout Wisconsin's Private College Week for a chance to tour our beautiful campus, speak with an admission counselor, learn about our generous scholarships and financial aid, and enjoy lunch in our dining hall. Follow the links below to register.


Special Events for Graduate Students

  • MBA Open House: Thursday, June 9, 2016 | 6:00 - 7:00 pm At Mount Mary University, our MBA program strives to develop ethical and just business leaders who put knowledge into transforming action. You can choose from two tracks: MBA General Management Track (38 credits) and Health Systems Leadership Track (41 credits). Graduate programs are open to both men and women. Register for this event.