Congratulations on your acceptance to Alverno College!

Adult Learning

Alverno Accepted Introduction

It's time to design your future — to learn new things, explore your passions and seize new opportunities. It's time to build a solid foundation for your career and get ready for wherever your path takes you.

The next step in your Alverno journey is enrollment — and we're here to guide you through the process. Check out the resources below to begin.

Your Next Steps

STEP 1    
Complete your financial aid application

Starting on October 1, 2022 you may fill out the 2023-2024 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). It is the only application to qualify for federal, state and institutional aid, which includes both grants and loans.

Why apply for federal aid?

Filing a FAFSA is the single most important thing you can do to get money for college. It's the gateway to more than $150 billion in college grants, work-study funds, and federal student loans, as well as certain state-based aid.

STEP 2    
Activate your Alverno account

Your username and password give you access to your email, our housing application system and other campus resources, including Interactive Online (IOL). IOL is the hub for many important student transactions.

Make your enrollment deposit

Let's make it official! Secure your acceptance by paying your $100 enrollment deposit, which goes toward your tuition. Your payment can be made online via our Interactive Online (IOL) site or by phone at 414-382-6100. Once we receive your deposit, you will receive information about orientation.

STEP 4    
Take a tour

You can request to meet with an admissions counselor and take a tour of campus here.

Attend orientation and submit a photo for your student ID

Login to Moodle to learn more about orientation and click this link to access a form for your student ID.

STEP 6    
Send your transcript

If you are in progress to complete your undergraduate degree we will need official transcripts after grades have posted.


Campus resources are available to all graduate students to assist in the successful completion of your degree, included by no limited to the following: