High School Students
For direct from high school students the priority application deadline for majors with competitive admission with clinical seats is January 15 for Fall and September 15 for Spring. Mercy College applications are accepted up to two weeks prior to the start of the fall semester for all majors, although applications submitted after the priority deadline, may result in students who have met program requirements to be placed on waitlists for majors with clinical seats.
Official high school transcripts showing the grade point average are required for college admission, and should be mailed to Mercy College, ATTN: Admissions, 2221 Madison Avenue, Toledo, OH 43604. Prospective students should request the official transcript from the high school guidance counselor and it must be mailed to Mercy College by the high school guidance office. Students must submit results of the SAT or ACT to be considered for admission to some programs. If more than one set of scores is submitted, the higher score(s) are used. An early application provides optimal opportunity for financial aid consideration, course selection, and campus housing. Applications are accepted for the fall, spring, and summer sessions.
Transfer and Other Students
Mercy College has a rolling admission policy and accepts applications for admission throughout the calendar year. Many of our clinical based programs have a competitive admissions process and therefore have a priority deadline each year. Students who meet the College and Program requirements for majors with clinical seats, and a competitive admissions process, are encouraged to apply by the Priority Application Deadline January 15 for Fall and September 15 for Spring. Students, who meet the College and Program requirements, but apply after the January 15 or September 15 Priority Application Deadline may be admitted to Mercy College but placed on a waitlist for the major they are interested. Candidates are encouraged to apply for admission at the earliest possible date and no later than two weeks prior to the start of fall classes. An early application provides optimal opportunity for financial aid consideration, course selection, and campus housing. Applications are accepted for the fall, spring, and summer sessions.