Before you can fully enroll, there are some important steps to complete. Below you will find the list of items you need to complete in order to be ready!
We can’t wait to help make your enrollment process to MNU as easy as possible. Before you can enroll, simply make sure you have completed the list below:
- Apply to MNU
- Submit your official, evaluated high school transcripts or final completion documents
- Submit a copy of your passport
- Submit a copy of any U.S. visa you have had or currently have
- Submit your TOEFL, SAT or ACT scores
- Submit your college/university transcripts, if applicable
After you’ve been accepted to MNU, the following are next steps to get your enrolled in classes:
Once you have been accepted to MNU, you will move from the Admissions process to the Enrollment process. Be sure to review the helpful information about the Enrollment process below, and contact our Admissions team with any questions that you may have along the way. We are so excited for you to be a Pioneer!
1. Student Deposit
Your deposit is based on 1/3 of your first semester dues. Please contact the international admissions counselor for the exact amount and instructions on paying. This deposit will reserve your spot at MNU, allow you to get registered for classes, and allow the international office to create your form I-20. This 1/3 deposit is required before we can create an I-20 to send to you. Once you have your I-20, you will be able to set up an appointment to apply for an F-1 student visa.
2. Housing Form / Commuter Info
Whether you plan to live on campus or commute, please complete this housing form.
3. Transcript Request Form
Please submit official, final transcripts with a graduation date from your high school (first-time freshmen only) or final transcripts from any college where you will be transferring credit. This transcript request form should be completed and returned to your MNU admissions counselor, or you can give this record release form to your high school counselor.
4. Registration Days
Our Registration Days take place each spring and summer. This is where you'll finalize your financial aid award, select a payment plan, register for classes and receive your student ID.
5. New Student Orientation
This important event begins each August before classes start and is required for all first-time freshmen. Make sure to register your parents if they plan to attend; all first time freshmen are automatically registered.