Find out about requirements, fees, and deadlines
At GMercyU, our goal is to make the college application process as smooth as possible! If you’re a first-year student, you will need to complete an online application. In addition, you will need to submit an official transcript from each of your high schools, colleges, and/or universities previously attended. Some programs require students to submit at least one letter of recommendation and complete an admissions interview if they choose not to submit standardized test scores---please refer to our website for more details! Once our Admissions Counselors receive your completed application, you will receive an admissions decision in about two weeks.*
*Nursing and Health Professions applications may take longer to review.
Gwynedd Mercy University welcomes transfer students from two- and four-year colleges around the country and world. We have dozens of articulation agreements and course equivalency guides with area community colleges to streamline your path to a bachelor’s degree. To review the requirements to transfer college credits, visit our College Transfer Credits page. We are also here to help, so connect with a transfer admission team member to get more details and support on your journey to become a Griffin!
At Gwynedd Mercy University, 100% of our first-time, full-time students receive some form of financial aid, including generous scholarships. Our expert staff will guide you and your family through the entire financial aid process, so you can feel confident that a Gwynedd Mercy University education is within your reach. >
Find out what it's really like to be a GMercyU Griffin by scheduling a campus visit - either in person or virtually! One of our student tour guides will show you around our 314-acre campus and answer any questions you may have about everything from the admissions process and possible majors to living on campus and getting involved. More information about campus visits and admissions events can be found on our website. Thinking about transferring, jump in on a Transfer Tuesday and meet with a transfer admission counselor to go over your goals and navigate what is to come!
"GMercyU really allows you to be yourself. It lets you try new things, discover new interests. I owe a lot to the community here and the faculty, who have been so inviting and welcoming."