Apply to Gwynedd Mercy University
Thank you for your interest in Gwynedd Mercy University. Please read the below information as well as the instructions prior to submitting your online application.
When you click on the link below, you will be directed to our Self Service student account management site. Please note that you do not need to log in. Simply fill out the form and click “Submit Application.”
International Students: Please contact the Admissions Department at email@example.com or 1-800-342-5462 for specific instructions on how to apply.
Applying to Gwynedd Mercy University is easy... in fact, it may be the easiest part of your entire college search! We're on a rolling admissions calendar, so you should know in about three weeks if you've been accepted into the program of your choice. ( NOTE: Nursing program applications may take longer to review.) If you have any questions, feel free to call the Admissions Office at 1-800-342-5462 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
For U.S. Citizens
- By applying online, your $25 application fee will be waived.
- Be sure to indicate the program of study for which you are applying, your social security number and birthdate.
- Include one letter of recommendation, concerning character and promise from a principal, teacher, guidance counselor, or employer.
- Have results of SAT or ACT tests (current high school graduates only) either sent directly to Gwynedd Mercy University from the testing agencies or as part of your official high school transcript.
- Have an official transcript from each of the high schools, colleges, and/or universities previously attended sent directly to the Office of Admissions.
- Submit proof of licensure or registry for nursing and allied health professionals.
(NOTE: Allied Health programs have additional requirements for admission.)
All documents can be forwarded to this address:
Office of Admissions
Gwynedd Mercy University
1325 Sumneytown Pike
P.O. Box 901
Gwynedd Valley, PA 19437
For Advanced Placement Students
Applicants who have completed work in an Advanced Placement Program in high school may submit the results of the Advanced Placement Examination of the University Entrance Examination Board. College credit will be awarded for a satisfactory examination grade; score must be at least 3. Students awarded such credit in English or Mathematics will not be required to take the placement test in that area.
For Transfer Students
For most programs, transfer students should have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 in order to be considered for acceptance to the institution. Students applying for any of the University's Education programs should have maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above on a 4.0 scale. Students applying for the University's nursing program should have maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. In addition to our GPA requirement, some programs may require satisfactory completion of specific courses. Applicants can contact the Admissions Department for additional information on these requirements.
A student who has been accepted at Gwynedd Mercy University is expected to continually progress to complete a degree. A student who does not attempt any credits for two consecutive semesters (fall and spring semesters only) will be considered withdrawn from the program of study and will need to submit a no-charge re-admission application if continuation of study is desired.
For Non-Matriculated Students
Non-Matriculated students may take as many as 12 credits of course work on a part-time basis at Gwynedd Mercy University. After completing these 12 credits, students must contact the admission office for advice about matriculation, that is, to work toward one of the degrees offered at the University. If the student does not intend, at any time, to work toward a degree, the admission requirement will be waived.
Students who intend to matriculate into an allied health, business administration or nursing program should apply as soon as possible but are required to do so once they have earned 9 credits.
For Your Information
Information collected in the demographic section of the online application is used for reporting purposes only; it is not used to make admissions decisions.
Gwynedd Mercy University provides an equal educational opportunity for all students who disclose disabilities in accordance with section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. For more information regarding programs and services, please contact the Coordinator of Disability Support Services at 215-646-7300 ext. 427 or visit the Disability Support Services page.
NOTE: If you are applying for any programs offered through the Center for Lifelong Learning, please call them at 1-877-GWYNEDD to receive application information.
Gwynedd Mercy University does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, national origin, religion, sex, or disability in the administration of its educational, admission, scholarship, or loan policies.