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Once You're Admitted

Congratulations! There are a couple of things you must do to secure your place at Marymount and address your U.S. immigration requirements.
 
Submit an Enrollment Deposit
Accepted students must first place a nonrefundable enrollment deposit to reserve their space at Marymount University. This must be in the form of a check drawn on a U.S.-based branch of a U.S. bank in U.S. dollars.
 
  • Undergraduate commuter students: $100
  • Undergraduate and graduate students who will reside in University housing: $300
  • Graduate students in the following programs (all of these deposits are due within 30 days of notification of acceptance, except as noted):
    • Counseling (all M.A. and Ed.D. programs): $300
    • Criminal Justice Administration and Policy: $300
    • Education cohort at Reston Center: $200
    • Forensic Psychology: $300
    • Interior Design: $300
    • Nursing (D.N.P.): $300
    • Nursing (M.S.N.): $200
    • Physical Therapy: $500, due within three weeks of notification of acceptance
Obtain an I-20
If you need an I-20 (certificate of eligibility) for an F-1 student visa, you must submit the following documents, in addition to the previously stated admission material. If you are a student with an active F-1 student visa and you currently hold an I-20 from another U.S. institution, you must arrange for the transfer of your SEVIS record to Marymount and obtain an I-20 from Marymount.
 
  • International Student Supplemental Information (ISSI) form
    All pages of the ISSI form must be completed by an international student who intends to enroll under F-1 (student) visa status. Students holding any other type of U.S. visa must submit pages 1 and 2 only.

    Pending permanent residents must submit only the first page of this document and a copy of their I-485.

    Download the form here 

  • Passport ID
    You must submit a legible photocopy of your passport ID pages.

  • Bank Statement
    You must provide an official original bank statement showing:
    • $44,623 (U.S. dollars) for undergraduate students
    • $31,878 (U.S. dollars) for graduate students
    • $33,049 (U.S. dollars) for graduate business students
    • $44,910 (U.S. dollars) for Doctor of Physical Therapy students. 
This bank statement must be signed and stamped by a bank official and dated no earlier than six months prior to the issuing of the I-20.
     
    Only students currently enrolled in a U.S. high school or college under F-1 visa status need to submit the following items:
    • Previous I-20 photocopy
    • U.S.-issued Visa photocopy
    • I-94 Card photocopy of the front and back of the card (arrival and departure record)
    • Transfer Clearance Form
    It is recommended that you submit your documents early, particularly if you will be applying for a new F-1 visa. All documents listed above must be received by the Admissions Office no later than the application deadline.
     
     
    Get ready for classes
    Follow these steps to create a student account in order to register for classes:
     
    Get ready to travel
    Be sure to connect with MU's International Student Services Office before traveling to the United States and throughout your stay at Marymount.
     
     
     
    Connect with International Student Services