Didn't have the right experience during your first semester at a bigger university? Are you looking to transfer? There are so many reasons to consider Mount Marty University when making the transition from another institution. Together let’s focus on your specific needs and make the most of your transfer to Mount Marty University.
Transfer students often have special circumstances. Our enrollment counselors are dedicated to working with you every step of the way.
Here's how to finish what you started
Submit official transcripts from all colleges previously attended.
Complete the FAFSA. Request your Student Aid Report to be sent to MMU for financial assistance. MMU's FAFSA code is 003465.
why choose mount marty
Mount Marty’s advisors are here to help you navigate your academic program and make the most of your time. The university also provides a free evaluation of all previously completed college coursework to give you a head start on your degree at Mount Marty. The Center for Academic Excellence is a one-stop shop to receive all of the support you need for academic success. See a tutor, attend a study workshop, or have your papers proofread.
The Career Center staff will work with you to find career opportunities. Get help writing a resume, finding internships and exploring post-graduation options.
Our strong community and opportunities to participate on and off campus will help you feel a sense of belonging and connection the moment you arrive in Yankton.
Faculty and staff are committed to your success as a student and as a professional. Mount Marty University has a 96 percent overall placement rate, which means the education you receive pays dividends in the workplace.
All classes are taught by professors with at least a master's degree in their field. Our 12:1 student-to-faculty ratio ensures you will develop worthwhile relationships with your professors.
Mount Marty offers automatic academic scholarships ranging from $6,000 to $8,500 per year depending on academic qualifications. Overall, 100% of our students receive financial aid offers (scholarships, grants, work-study and/or loans).