Admissions and Enrollment

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Welcome to Mount Marty! We are thrilled by your interest in joining our community and look forward to your application.

Below are the steps you need to take to become a Lancer. To make things even easier, we have also included the fees that will be collected by outside agencies for some of these steps.

We recommend that you complete and submit all applications by May 1 for Fall enrollment. 

Steps to Enroll as an International Student:

For Students Coming For Their First Time F-1 Visa:

1. Send Transcripts to Incred for Translation

Basic Evaluation for Freshmen - $85.00

Course by Course Evaluation for College Transfers - $190.00

Go to inCred

2. Submit Test Scores

ACT (Minimum 18) - $51.00

SAT (Minimum 970) - $65.00

3. Proof of English Proficiency*

TOEFL (Minimum 70) - $170

IELTS (Minimum 6) - $240

Duo Lingo (Minimum 95) 

*English Proficiency is waived if ACT or SAT meet minimum requirements for entry.

For Students Transferring Within the US on an Active F-1 Visa:

1. Official Transcripts from All Colleges Attended (Both US and International).

Cost will vary by school.

Any international transcripts must be translated through INCRED. Cost of Course Translation is $190.

2. English Proficiency Requirements

English Proficiency is waived for students with 2 years of ESL or who have completed Composition 1 and Composition 2. 

To Obtain your F-1 Visa and I-20:

1. Complete the financial affidavit.

Download the Financial Affidavit

2. Submit proof of financial support - must be one of the following:

Bank Statement

Letter from Bank Showing Availability of Funds

Letter from Sponsorship

3. Provide Mailing Address to Mount Marty for Fedex of I-20.

4. Apply for F-1 Visa.

5. Pay I-901 Fee - $350.00.

To Transfer Your Currently Active I-20:

1. Complete the financial affidavit.


2. Submit proof of financial support - must be one of the following:

Bank Statement

Letter from Bank Showing Availability of Funds

Letter from Sponsorship

3. Complete the I-20 transfer form and provide to your DSO to send back to Mount Marty for I-20 transfer.

Download the Transfer Form

4. Provide Mount Marty current address for reception of I-20.

1. Complete NAIA Eligibility - $135

2. Submit signed letter of intent.

3. Provide proof of health insurance - average cost is $576.00 per year but will vary based on coverage options.

4. Complete required medical forms.

Once you have been admitted to Mount Marty, you will need to complete the following steps on the LancerLink Portal. You will receive log in information via email upon admission. 

The Portal

1. Pay enrollment deposit of $100 to Mount Marty, which will later be applied to your tuition and fees. 

2. Complete student enrollment agreement.

3. Provide copy of immunizations.

4. Complete housing applications.

5. Speak with your enrollment counselor to set up a registration appointment via phone or Skype.

6. Advise enrollment counselor of travel plans.

Additional fees may apply above your tuition fees for certain courses. Please see the link and talk to your enrollment counselor with questions.

Additional Fees


These definitions will be a good start to understanding how health insurance in the US works.  For more information visit:

Deductible:  The amount you pay for covered health care services before your insurance plan starts to pay

Maximum Benefit: a limit on a covered service or supply

*beware many companies will have a very low maximum benefit for athletic injuries.  Read the policy and know what is covered.  As a guideline, you should have at least $10,000 dollars in maximum coverage for athletic injuries. 

Premium(s): The amount you pay for your health insurance every month

Coinsurance:  The percentage of costs of a covered health care service you pay (20%, for example) after you have paid your deductible.

AKA after you pay the deductible you will pay only a percent of your medical bills. For example, with an 80/20 coinsurance, you will pay 20% of your bill and your insurance will pay 80%.  With a 50/50 you and your insurance company will split the cost of the bills evenly. 

A higher deductible and lower maximum benefit will decrease your premium up front, but if you are injured or become ill, you will have higher medical bills on the back end.  A higher premium up front will increase your maximum benefit and a lower your deductible.  Meaning that if an injury occurs you will have lower medical bills on the back end.  You will have to weigh your risk and decide the best choice is for you. 

Mount Marty University is able to provide students with access to third-party insurance options through iNext Insurance and IXSolutions.

Learn about iNext Insurance