Congratulations! You've been accepted to Mount Allison.

Flemington Building at Mount AllisonWondering what's next? We want to make this process as easy as possible for you. Here are the steps you will need to take on your way to arriving on campus in September.

Remember, it's important to check your Mount Allison e-mail regularly. Once you have been accepted to Mount Allison, this is how we will communicate important information to you.

1. Accept your offer of admission and scholarships

Simply pay your registration deposit ($100 for Canadian citizens and permanent residents; $250 for international students) and this will confirm your intent to attend Mount Allison and any scholarship offers. Once deposit is received and processed, the deposit confirmation will be e-mailed to your e-mail account. Deadline: May 3

» Pay your registration deposit  

2. Apply for bursaries

All incoming full-time students who have financial need are eligible to apply for entrance bursaries. Deadline: March 1 — any applications received after March 1 will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

» Apply for bursaries through your Connect@MTA account — a secure student network provided to you once you've been admitted
» Find out more about scholarships, bursaries, and awards

Mount Allison students in Campbell Hall residence.3. Apply to live in residence

All first-year students are guaranteed a room assignment. We base your residence room assignment priority on the day you pay your registration deposit (see #1). Plus, you will need to pay your $500 residence deposit to be considered for the early-bird room draw. Early-bird residence application deadline: March 1. All applications submitted after March 1 are assigned on a rolling basis.

» Apply to residence
» Accepted into residence? Pay your residence deposit

4. If you are an international student, apply for your Canadian Study Permit

International students should use the Letter of Acceptance provided by the University to apply for their study permit. You should apply as soon as possible, as the process can take some time.

» Find out more about applying for your study permit
» Apply online though the IRCC Application Portal (MyCIC)

Mount Allison student in the Meighen Centre for Learning Assistance and Research.5. If you have a learning disability and/or need accessibility services, contact the Meighen Centre

If you are a student with a disability or condition and feel that you may require services, supports, or accommodations, you are encouraged to contact The Meighen Centre once you have been admitted. Contacting the Centre early in the process will ensure that supports can be put in place to ensure your success.

» Find out more about the Meighen Centre, and how to contact their helpful staff

6. Submit your mid-year transcript

If you have applied with your Grade 11 transcripts and have already been offered early admission, submit your mid-year transcript to confirm your offer of admission and any scholarship offers. These transcripts do not need to be official. Entrance scholarship deadline: March 1 — any applications received after March 1 will be considered for scholarships on a case-by-case basis.

» Upload: through your MtA application account
» E-mail:  

Mount Allison Campus Tour7. Visit campus

If you would like to visit campus or have questions you would like answered in person, attend Open House or book a campus visit anytime. Our next Open House is March 1, 2019.

» Book a campus tour 
» Take a virtual tour

8. Join the Mount Allison Class of 2023 page on Facebook

Once you get your MtA e-mail address, connect with the Mount Allison community before you step foot on campus. Get to know your future classmates and housemates, tell the group more about yourself, and ask lots of questions.

» Join the Class of 2023 Facebook group

Social Sciences class9. Register for courses

Course registration opens for new students on Monday, May 13, 2019. You will receive a course registration package in the mail and can receive assistance with the process by visiting Mount Allison's RegHelp. Your registration deposit is required for access (see #1).

» Visit RegHelp for new students 

10. Submit your final transcript

When your final grades are in, your official final transcript needs to be sent directly to us from the issuing institution via any of the following way:

» Fax: (506) 364-2272
» E-mail:
» Mail to:
Mount Allison Registrar's Office
62 York St.
Sackville, NB  E4L 1E2

11. Attend Preview MtA Day – July 26, 2019

Designed to help shorten your 'to do' list by coming to campus early, Preview MtA Day is a full-day of information and services for new students and their families. Pick up your Mount Allison student ID card, mail key, textbooks, and orientation welcome pack. Residences will be open for viewing, staff from the registrar's office will be ready to help you with course registration and financial aid questions, and Jennings Dining Hall will even be open for a free lunch!

Mount Allison Move-In Day 2017» Take a look at Preview MtA Day

12. Get ready for Orientation

Your official journey at Mount Allison will begin with Orientation Week. You will receive information in the mail directly from the Mount Allison Students' Union on the schedule of events and what to expect. There's something for everyone!

Early Orientation for international students and Meighen Centre students
» International Move-In Day ― Aug. 25, 2019 (complimentary airport pick-up)
» International Orientation ― Aug. 26-29, 2019 
» Meighen Centre Orientation ― Aug. 26-29, 2019

University Orientation
» Move-In Day ― Aug. 29, 2019
» University Orientation ― Aug. 29-Sept. 3, 2019
» First day of classes ― Sept. 3, 2019

Wondering what it's like on Move-In Day? Check out our video from Move-In Day 2018

See you on campus soon! If you have any questions, please let us know: or call (506) 364-2269.