Steps for Accepted Students
We're delighted that you're joining the Albertus Magnus College community! Take the steps below to become a proud Falcon.
Note: These steps are for Falcons entering the College in the fall of 2017.
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to begin the financial aid process. Be sure to use the Albertus school code: 001374.
Accepting Your Award Letter
Albertus participates in passive award letters; a student is not required to return the award letter to accept aid. Award letters should only be returned if a student wants to decline a portion or all of their aid.
Reserve your place in the incoming Fall 2017 class by sending us your Candidate's Reply Card, found in your acceptance packet, and making a deposit to the Office of Admission. Deposit fees are $350 for commuters and $400 for residents. Deposits will be credited towards your fall tuition bill. To make your deposit via credit card or e-check, you may contact Mr. Steven Rignoli in the Business Office at 203-773-8504. Cash payments can be accepted in person.
*Deposits are non-refundable.
Checks may be made payable to 'Albertus Magnus College' and can be mailed to:
Accepted Student Day
Join us for a celebration in your honor! The Office of Admission welcomes you to campus for an informative day of sessions and student panels, opportunities to speak with current Albertus students, faculty and staff, and special reception to congratulate you on your acceptance to the College. Click here to register or call the Office of Admission at 800-578-9160.
Come visit campus and see for yourself why Albertus Magnus College is the right fit for you! Personal tours are available Monday through Friday and select Saturdays, and can be scheduled by calling (800) 578 - 9160. Your Saturday tour can be scheduled online by clicking here.
All forms listed here must be submitted no later than July 14, 2017.
Health History and Medical Forms
You must return the student health forms to the Director of Student Life in order to move in to a residence hall and attend classes.
Housing Information Card
Students who will live on-campus must complete the housing form.
The Pre-Registration Advising Form helps your advisor to select the best classes for your freshman year, which will include classes such as Intro to College Life, an ePortfolio lab, and Invitation to Insight.
Final Transcript Request Form
Please give the Request for Final Transcript to your guidance counselor.
Emergency Contact Information
All new students must submit emergency contact information to the Division of Student Services. Click Here
MyAlbertus is the College's secure website for students, faculty, and staff. From myAlbertus you will be able to check your Albertus e-mail, access the eLearning site for current classes, view your calendar, register for classes, and learn about on-campus activities.
Albertus Information Technology Services will send you a message in May. It will contain your myAlbertus user name and a temporary password.
The following will take place during Registration Days:
If you are an incoming transfer student, please contact Heather Wotton, Director of Academic Advisement and Student Success beginning June 5, 2017 to set up an individualized appointment. You may contact her via email at email@example.com, or via telephone at 203-773-8558.
If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Admission at (800) 578-9160.
Welcome, New Students!
The New Student Orientation Program will support you during your transition to the College with a focus on academics, informative workshops, and other social activities. During Orientation, you will meet people, learn the ins and outs of our college, including our academic programs, student organizations and involvement on campus, work-study opportunities, and many on-campus services - all the essentials you need to make the most of your Albertus experience. Orientation is required and is important for personal and academic success as a first year or transfer student. Both resident and commuter students will benefit by attending orientation. The first few days and weeks of college are where you learn the most about yourself, and you create life-long friendships.
First time freshmen are required to attend all three days. Transfer students will be required to attend a one day program. The Orientation program is free to all students and their family members.
Save the Date!
The New Student Orientation program will take place from Sunday, August 27 – Tuesday, August 29, 2017. Transfer students will attend a one day program on Monday, August 28, 2017. A tentative schedule will be available after April.
Please contact the Office of Campus Activities at (203) 773-8541 with any questions.
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