From our welcoming community and beautiful campus to our outstanding faculty members and leadership opportunities, Madonna University specializes in creating a personalized educational experience. At Madonna, we encourage you to embrace campus, participate in events, and utilize our many resources to ensure a successful future in your chosen field.
Current high school students and high school graduates who have not enrolled in a post-secondary institution after high school apply to Madonna as a freshman. Please mention any college courses completed in high school on the Madonna application.
The Office of Admissions begins a preliminary application evaluation once all information is received and processed. Every aspect of the application is considered: academic records, standardized test scores, personal statement, and requested program of study.
The admissions committee prioritizes applicants with strong academic credentials and notifies the applicant of a decision soon after completion. Some candidates may be asked to submit additional information. In some cases, the application may be referred to the admissions committee for a second review.
At Madonna we take many factors into account when we consider students for admission. We prefer to have students with the following profile.
Effective Fall 2017, all first-year, American students, whose primary U.S. residence is more than 35 miles from campus, and all new International (F-1 visa) and English Language program students must reside on campus and purchase a meal plan for their first full academic year (fall and winter semesters) at Madonna. Students can complete the residence hall application and submit a $175 deposit (applied to fall and winter billing) by completing the Residence Hall Contract at the Residence Life website. Additional meal plans are available for commuting students on request.
Details regarding admissions requirements and the admissions process for the ABSN program can be found on the ABSN website.