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    For Transfer Students

    For Admitted Students

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    For Admitted Transfer Students

    It’s time to make you an Arrow.

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    We’re honored you’re thinking about joining this community. As you weigh your options and make plans for your future at Ursuline, follow this simple checklist for an easy transition.


    Step 1. Come to an Admitted student event. Sign up online here.


    Step 2. File your FAFSA


    Step 3. Reply and Submit your Deposit

    Reply to our offer of admission and submit your deposit by May 1. These two steps, together, let us know your plans and hold your place in the class.


    Step 4. Review and accept your financial aid award


    Step 5. Make plans for financing

    You'll find helpful Financial Aid resources here.


    Step 6. Secure your housing

    Housing is available to first-year students in Murphy and Grace halls. For guaranteed housing, reply to our offer of admission and submit your deposit by May 1. After May 1, your request for housing will be accommodated on a space-available basis. Any further questions about living on campus can be directed to your Admission Counselor or to Gina DeMart-Kraus, Director of Residence Life, gdemart@ursuline.edu.


    Step 7. Take your placement tests (if applicable)

    If you were informed in your admission letter that you need to take placement testing, please call 440 449 2049 to schedule an appointment. You must complete placement testing before you can attend orientation. If you do not remember if you were required to take placement tests, you can visit your Student Portal to view your admission letter electronically.


    Step 8. Schedule your Academic Orientation

    Schedule your Academic Orientation, which is a full-day experiences where you’ll complete the enrollment process. You’ll leave campus with your Ursuline student ID card, fall semester course schedule, a lot of knowledge, and many new friends. Watch your mailbox and inbox for announcements of Academic Orientation dates and how to sign up for your program.



    Step 9. Send your Transcripts (if applicable)

    Send your final high school transcripts and college transcripts (if applicable). Please see your offer of admission for details.