Eva Laino ‘15

Major: Biochemistry
Hometown:Canfield, Ohio

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Pay Your Enrollment Deposit

Undergraduate

If admitted to Mount Union, candidates are required to submit a deposit of $150. In order to secure a place in the Fall 2015 Semester, the deposit should be paid by the national college decision date of May 1, 2015. The enrollment deposit is refundable on or before May 1 prior to the intended enrollment term. A deposit submitted for a student who has not been admitted will be immediately refunded to the charged credit card or respective check holder.

  • Online payment –use our secure, online payment screen which accepts Visa, Mastercard, and Discover Card credit or debit cards, click here.
  • Send a check or money-order and the Enrollment Confirmation Form (included with the student’s acceptance letter) to: Office of Admission, 1972 Clark Avenue, Alliance, Ohio 44601.

 

Graduate - Masters of Arts in Educational Leadership (MAEL) Program

If admitted to the program, candidates are required to submit a non-refundable deposit of $250. This deposit will be applied toward tuition charges. A deposit submitted for a student who has not been admitted will be immediately refunded to the charged credit card or respective check holder.

  • Online payment –use our secure, online payment screen which accepts Visa, Mastercard, and Discover Card credit or debit cards, click here.
  • Send a check or money-order and the Enrollment Confirmation Form (included with the student’s acceptance letter) to: Office of Admission, 1972 Clark Avenue, Alliance, Ohio 44601

 

If you have questions, contact the Office of Admission at (800) 334-6682 or email admission@mountunion.edu.

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    Hepatica blooms at the Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center

    Hepatica blooms at the Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center

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