Admitted Students

You’ve got what it takes to succeed.

We've selected you because you want to make a difference in your life and in the lives of others, and you'll be a perfect fit at Mount Marty University.

Let us help you make the most important decision you're facing about your future. No matter what kind of information and resources you need to make your transition into the University — whether you're a first-year student, a transfer student or an adult learner — you can locate it here.

  1. Submit final transcripts once all your classes are complete prior to the first day of classes, which is August 26.
  2. Search online for scholarships. Make sure to apply for Mount Marty University scholarships and view our outside scholarship listing.
  3. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for financial aid. You can apply online at MMU's FAFSA code is 003465
  4. Submit the enrollment agreement in your admitted student portal to confirm your spot in the incoming fall 2024 class. There is no charge associated with the enrollment agreement.
  5. Log on to LancerLink, our new student portal, the day after you submit the enrollment agreement. We'll send you the details you need to complete your login. You will use LancerLink to make payments, register for classes, download unofficial transcripts, and more.
  6. Sign up for a meeting with your academic advisor to register for classes. You will receive a message titled, "Set a time to register for classes" and will be invited to select a virtual appointment time.
  7. After you've submitted the enrollment agreement, you can submit the housing application. You will receive an email from the Office of Residence Life inviting you to submit the application. Students under 21 years of age must live on campus unless they are living with a parent or guardian within 15 miles of Yankton, are married, and/or have dependents.
  8. Submit your immunization records in LancerLink.
  9. Dual credit students: submit college transcripts from institutions where you earned college credit.