By: Sophie Ramsey
Hey ‘Ders! We’re used to being Purple all year, but we also have a chance to be Green Raiders all year round and take care of our planet, too! It can be difficult being a student, sibling, …Read more
Major: Religious Studies and Music
A liberal arts education is preparing me to be well rounded, and I believe that will be a great attribute when looking for a job.
The Office of Admission is pleased that you or someone you know is considering the University of Mount Union! This page provides more information on how applicants and school counselors can ensure application materials are properly submitted to the Office of Admission. Please review the list of required materials for each applicant type below, then scroll through this page for submission details.
If you have already submitted your Mount Union application, check your app status here
Please call the Office of Admission at (800) 334-6682 or (330) 823-2590 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The Office of Admission reserves the right to require additional materials for review at any point during the application and review process.
Please review the International Admission page
Submit the online Application for Admission. We begin processing applications for each upcoming academic year on September 15. We strongly advise interested students to apply as early as possible. There is no application fee to apply for admission to Mount Union.
If you have already submitted your Mount Union application, check your app status here.
To view the application essay prompts and guidelines, click here. You may upload your application essay as a Word or PDF document when submitting the online application. You may also submit your essay through the mail, fax or email.
All transcripts must be official and forwarded to the University of Mount Union directly from the issuing academic institution using one of the following methods:
Currently, Ohio students are required to demonstrate proficiency on the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT). Official documentation showing proficiency or exemption must be officially submitted from your high school using one of the acceptable delivery methods indicated above.
First-year applicants are required to submit official test results from either the ACT or SAT-I. Your scores may be reported directly to the University of Mount Union from either the testing agency, ACT.org or collegeboard.com, or an official document from your high school (see acceptable delivery methods above). Talk with your school counselor for more details on test dates, registration, and score submission.
First Year Students
First-year students may forward an electronic Secondary School Report and Recommendation form to their high school counselor while completing the online application. Alternatively, the counselor can submit a printed form using the delivery methods detailed within the form.
Transfer students must request the following forms in order to be considered for acceptance at the University of Mount Union.