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Admitted Future Arrows: You're In, We're Thrilled!

Evening with Ursuline receptions celebrate your accomplishments and give you the chance to get to know your future classmates, professors, and even the college's President, Vice Presidents, and Deans. All admitted students should plan to attend, and are encouraged to bring parents, family members, and friends. Register now.

Evenings with Ursuline will be held from 6 - 8:30 pm on:
  • Tuesday, February 11
  • Thursday, March 27
  • Tuesday, April 15

Senior Super Visits are campus visits with all the bells and whistles. Your Super Visit can include: observing a class, meeting with a professor in your academic program, getting coffee in our food court with a current student (our treat), meeting an athletic coach, or even staying overnight in a residence hall with a current student. Super visits are available to admitted high school seniors Monday-Friday, and some Super Visit options are available on select Saturdays. To plan your experience, contact Mackenzie at 440 646 8127 or mackenzie.albach@ursuline.edu.

Transfer students, customize your look at Ursuline by attending Not A Number Night on March 19 or April 9. At these programs you can meet with a counselor, have transcripts evaluated, discuss what's left in your academic program, meet one-on-one with a financial aid counselor and more. Register online today

We recommend filing your FAFSA at fafsa.ed.gov at your earliest convenience. Once your FAFSA is on file, our Financial Aid Office will be able to create your financial aid package. Early FAFSA filers can expect to receive their financial aid package in the mail as soon as late February. 

High school seniors should plan to submit the high school scholarship application form no later than February 1. All admitted Ursuline College students are eligible to apply for other outside scholarships. Visit our Student Service Center's Facebook page to learn about outside scholarships for which Ursuline students are eligible.

Submitting your deposit means you are accepting your offer of admission and planning to enroll at Ursuline. Deposits are $100 for commuter students and $200 for resident students and are fully refundable until our priority deadlines of May 1 for fall admission and November 15 for spring. Once you've deposited, we'll send you more information about orientation and housing. When you deposit online, you'll need your student ID (printed on your admission letter) and a major credit card.

After you deposit, keep an eye out for an invitation to Academic Orientation and your housing contract (if applicable). Academic Orientations occur prior to your start term and you'll leave with your course schedule for your first semester in hand. Dates and more details will be published here once they have been set for summer 2014.

Your Ursuline pride should not be contained! Get Ursuline gear, follow us on twitter @ursulinecampus, and let your friends know you're going to be an Arrow. Your life is about to change!