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First Year Admissions

Be In Demand

Glimpse how an Alverno education will put you on a path to achieve your goals and become in demand by employers.

Alverno first year student

Alverno At A Glance

From Application to Enrollment

  1. Apply

    Our admissions application is easy to complete. Although there isn’t an application deadline, it's important to submit your application as soon as possible to remain eligible for academic scholarships and other financial assistance.

  2. Submit ACT Score and HS Transcript

    Include Alverno among the list of colleges receiving your score or contact ACT for details on how to send your scores. We’ll also need a copy of your official transcripts. Check with your guidance counselor on how to submit, or use this form.

  3. Complete FAFSA

    You can complete the 2018-19 FAFSA, starting Oct. 1, 2017. If you have ANY questions, feel free to call 414-382-6046 for a phone or in-person appointment with our financial aid team.

  4. Apply for housing

    Residing on campus isn’t required, but it is a great way to enjoy convenient access to classes, a full calendar of activities and a supportive community. Learn more about living on campus.

  5. Provide enrollment deposit

    New students should plan on submitting a $100 confirmation deposit to hold your spot for the upcoming semester. 

  6. Register for classes!

    Once you’re accepted, you’ll receive more information about attending Student Orientation And Registration. 

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Visit Alverno

Experience Alverno

The best way to know if Alverno is the right college for you is to come visit us. Take a tour, meet current students and talk to faculty. It's your best chance to get a firsthand view. 

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Financial Aid

A promising investment

College is an investment that pays off in the form of better opportunities. Simply put, college graduates are more IN DEMAND by employers and will enjoy higher wages. Our goal is to help you find a smart, sensible path to finance your education. 

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