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Your college dreams are possible, and we we are here as you plan for your amazing
High school seniors: We continue to accept applications for our fall class. Complete our free, online
application: Apply today! Scholarships and financial aid are available, and you can send us unofficial transcripts
or use an online services like Parchment. Connect with us if you have ANY questions. Have you already been admitted to Alverno?
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High school sophomores and juniors: Were you planning to visit colleges this spring and summer? Not to worry! We have
virtual options for you to get to know Alverno and its inspiring and empowering community. And as
soon as we are able to offer on-campus visits, you will be the first to know!
Do you have questions about how COVID-19 is affecting admissions at Alverno? Get the
latest here: COVID-19 + Admissions
We are still here for you! Although on-campus tours, visits and events are suspended,
we still want to connect virtually or over the phone. Call us at 414-382-6100 or email
us at email@example.com.
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.
- Submit ACT score and high school 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 high school guidance counselor on how to submit or use an online services,
such as Parchment.
- Complete the FAFSA
The 2020-21 FAFSA is now available. If you have any questions, feel call 414-382-6046
for a phone consultation or in-person appointment with our financial aid team.
- 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.
- Provide enrollment deposit
New students should plan on submitting a $100 confirmation deposit to hold your spot
for the upcoming semester.
- Register for classes!
Once you’re accepted, you’ll receive more information about attending Student Orientation
And Registration (SOAR).