Transfer Student Orientation

Congratulations on your decision to transfer to the University of Mount Union! We understand that making that decision isn’t always easy, so we’re glad you’ve chosen Mount Union to complete your academic career. As a transfer student, you bring a great deal of knowledge and experience to your transition to Mount Union, and in an effort to keep you on a path to success, we require all transfer students to attend a Transfer Student Orientation.

Spring 2018 Transfer Student Orientation: Sunday, January 7, 2018 

Spring 2018 Transfer Student Orientation Schedule: You can view the schedule for the 2018 Spring Transfer Orientation here


Checkmark Make a Reservation for Spring Orientation here

Checkmark Send your final transcipt to the Office of Admission
Send your most recent final college or High School transcripts to Mount Union's Office of Admission when it is available. Your final transcript must contain your most recent course work and the final grade(s) you received. 
Checkmark Complete your Health Center forms
Be sure to complete and send in your Health Center Forms. We can also accept these at Spring Orientation. Contact the Health Center with any questions at (330) 823-2692.
Checkmark Complete Student Health Insurance Waiver or Enroll in Mount Union's Student Insurance Plan 
Determine whether you will enroll in Mount Union's Student Health Insurance Plan or will be covered under another plan that complies with the Affordable Care Act. You can find more details about Mount Union's Student Insurance Plan here
Checkmark Sign up for Airport Transportation 
If you are coming from out of state and will be arriving via plane, be sure to sign up for transportation from the airport to the University. Check out the website to get more information! 
Checkmark Complete Your Housing Application and Choose your Meal Plan 
All students are required to complete the housing application. You will receive an email with information on how to login and complete the application. If you plan to commute to campus, you are still required to complete the application. 
There are two meal plans to choose from in the Housing applicaiton form, but several other options are available for upper-class students. Learn more about these meal plans, including block plans for commuters, online or contact Debbie Edwards in the Campus Card office to request one of these meal plans. 


Please use the links to the right to help you prepare for your session of Spring Orientation. If you have any questions, please be sure to contact us using the information below. 

For More Information:

Center for Student Success
(330) 823-8685

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