Visit Mount Mary
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 individual and group visit options listed below. We can arrange for you to meet with an admission counselor, dine or enjoy a cup of coffee in one of our five on-campus cafés and dining halls or meet with a professor, sit in on a class or talk with an athletics coach.
- Schedule your individual visit online or by calling (414) 256-1219.
- Events for high school students and parents
- Events for transfer, graduate and/or adult students
- Visits at your high school
Schedule Your Individual Visit
Tour campus and meet with an admission counselor at a time convenient for you by contacting the Admission Office at (414) 256-1219 or the Office for Graduate Admission at (414) 256-1252. If interested, we also can arrange for you to meet with a professor, sit in on a class or speak with an athletics coach. Schedule Your Individual Visit online or by calling (414) 256-1219.
Events for High School Students and Parents
February 21, 2015 | 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Here's your chance to get a "snapshot" of college life at Mount Mary. This event includes a presentation by our admission staff and a student-led campus tour. We'll also be able to answer any of your questions!
Register online or by phone at (414) 256-1219.
Understanding Your Financial Aid
March 24, 2015 | 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Learn about the process of applying for financial aid and the many ways you can make your college experience affordable. Members of the MMU Financial Aid staff will walk the group through the FAFSA, MMU scholarships, grants, and all of the paperwork/forms needed. Our FA staff will also be available for individual appointments to discuss your specific needs related to scholarships and financial aid. Register online or by calling (414) 256-1219.
January 14, 2015 | 6-8 p.m.
The Graduate Orientation Program begins at 6 p.m. If you haven't had the opportunity to do the following, you may do so between 5-6 p.m:
- Obtain your student ID/Library card
- Obtain your parking permit
- Purchase your books in the campus bookstore
Reserve your spot by calling (414) 256-1252 or register online.