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Mount Ida College - Undergraduate Application

To submit an application to Mount Ida, please complete all of the following sections and select Submit Application. There is no need for a User Name and Password at this time. Supporting documents must be submitted separately to complete the application process.

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This application is for undergraduate admission only.

Personal Information
Address Information
    Please enter a Home and Mailing address. Please enter your Primary address first.
Contact Information
  1. Phone Type Country Phone Number Primary
Demographic Information
Ethnicity and Race Information
  1. Are you of Hispanic/Latino ethnicity or descent? Yes No
    Select one or more races with which you identify yourself:
    American Indian or Alaska Native
    Asian
    Black or African American
    Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
    White
Citizenship Information
Academic Information
  1. Program Full Time/Part Time
Athletics
  1. Sports that interest you
     
Campus Housing Preference

Resident means you will be living on campus.

Education History

Please provide information on ALL schools attended (high schools and colleges). To add multiple institutions, please use Add Another Institution to the right.


  1. Degrees

     

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GED

If you completed the GED or were homeschooled, please indicate which one, and the date of completion (and certifying school or organization for homeschooling, if applicable):

Extracurricular Information

Please list your extracurricular activities in the space below. Transfer students, please list any current activities/experiences; your resume may also be included as an attachment to this application.

Disciplinary History
Family Information

Please provide parent/guardian information.


  1. Family Information

Parent/Guardian Address

Please provide the contact information for one parent/guardian including their address along with their email and phone number:

First Choice
Optional Programs

The Student Achievement Program (SAP) is an optional, fee-for-service program that offers students the opportunity to receive additional support beyond the academic support services Mount Ida offers to all students. The extra fee for this optional program pays for an assigned learning specialist who works with the student one-on-one and in small groups to build on strengths, identify strategies, and establish a clear pathway to achievement in the major field of study. SAP provides a menu of services that includes outreach and case management, and activities that foster overall student development in the areas of executive skills, study strategies, test-taking, time management, self-advocacy, and stress management.

School Policy
  1. Select "I accept" to confirm that you have read and fully understand the terms and conditions set forth in our Application Policy

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