Welcome to the undergraduate application portal.

    new users

    Apply as an undergraduate or non-degree seeking student to either our Yankton or Watertown campuses.
     

    Apply here


    First year students applying to the main Yankton campus: we're also on Common App & Coalition for College if you prefer to apply there.


    Link to Mount Marty Common App page

    Link to Coalition for College application

    existing users

    Login here


    In addition to submitting the application for admission, we require the following documents to complete your admission file:
     

    First year applicants

    1. High school transcript with completed junior year grades

    2. Application essay, which you must complete in the application

    Transfer applicants with less than 30 credits
    1. High school transcript showing graduation date

    2. Official transcripts from all colleges and universities where you attempted to receive college credit

    3. Application essay, which you must complete in the application

    Transfer applicants with 30 or more credits
    1. Official transcripts from all colleges and universities where you attempted to receive college credit

    2. Application essay, which you must complete in the application

    International applicants will submit the following items in addition to the requirements for first year or transfer applicants
    1. TOEFL, Duolingo, or IELTS if English is not your native language or if you have not studied in an English-speaking academic system

    2. Copy of your passport photo page, which you must upload in the application

    3. Financial Affidavit

    Mount Marty offers admitted students merit scholarships between $13,000 - $18,000 per year based on GPA. We also offer the following scholarships, which require an application and possible interview or material submission:
     

    Application-based scholarships: 

    1. Mission Scholars Program: For students looking to grow in their faith at Mount Marty. Scholarships are up to $4,000 per year. Read more about the program and register to interview here

    2. Seton Education Scholars: For students looking to teach in a Catholic school in Nebraska or South Dakota after graduating from Mount Marty. Scholarships are up to $10,000 per year. Read more about the program here. The deadline to apply is February 15, 2024.

    3. Avera Nursing Scholars: For students looking to become nurses and begin their career in an Avera Network facility. These are forgivable loans of $20,000 per year in a student's third and fourth year. If students work in an Avera facility for three years after graduating, the loan is forgiven. Read more here. The deadline to apply has passed for fall 2024.

    4. Fine Arts Scholarships:

    St. Scholastica Scholarship Interviews:

    The St. Scholastica Scholarship Interviews are for fall 2024 and fall 2025 students who have an unweighted GPA of 3.0 or higher (first year or transfer). Students interview with one or more Mount Marty faculty members and can earn scholarships between $1,000 - $3,000 per year. Upcoming dates:

    • Fall 2024 students:
    • Fall 2025 students: April 8 - 12; registration will open in February
    Register here.