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We are eager to welcome students back to campus and our teams are working hard to prepare for the upcoming fall term. We will be offering our students the flexibility to access all the campus has to offer including classes, student support and student life events, both online and in person. We remain committed to our mission of providing a high-quality education and college experience for our students that will see us all emerging from this time stronger than ever. To learn more about our reopening plan, visit our OnCampus Plus page.

Steps to Register

Depending on your student status, the steps to register may differ.

New Undergraduate Student

Hey, Mav! Welcome to your first semester at Mercy College. This is an exciting time. We’re here to help driven, determined students like you change the world. Now let’s get you registered for the upcoming semester:

  1. Your first step is to place your enrollment deposit in your Mercy portal.
  2. If you are transferring credits, make sure you’ve submitted all unofficial transcripts to Admissions. We’ll also need your official transcripts (college and high school) before the semester begins. Classes fill up, so you should still begin the registration process ASAP. You don’t need to wait until your official transcripts are received
  3. Contact the Office of Admissions at admissions@mercy.edu or 1.877.MERCY.GO to make an appointment with your PACT mentor. Your PACT mentor may go over with you any outstanding items such as any financial aid forms, immunizations or missing official transcripts. Your PACT mentor will also help you pick classes
  4. Understanding your bill is the final step: visit Mercy Connect >> Student Tab >> Student Dashboard >> Make a Payment. Contact the Office of Enrollment Services for any questions.

New Graduate Student

Congratulations to your acceptance to Mercy College and welcome to life as a Maverick!

  1. Your first step to earning a graduate degree is completing the Intent to Enroll Form.
  2. Contact the Office of Admissions at admissions@mercy.edu or 1.877.MERCY.GO to get connected with your academic adviser and ask any questions regarding what’s next
  3. Organize your financial aid and payment plan — make sure you have filed FAFSA
  4. Make an appointment with your PACT mentor to help you pick your classes for the upcoming semester
  5. Register on Mercy Connect via “Self Service”

Visiting Student

If you are a non-matriculated students who’s not enrolled in a degree program, you can still take advantage of our great course offerings. Please follow the instructions found on the Visiting Students' Application.

Continuing Undergradaute Student

Welcome back, Mav! You may know what to do to get ready for the upcoming semester, but here’s a reminder:

  1. Review the schedule of classes on Mercy Connect under Administrative Services, select Student and Financial Aid, then Registration and click on “Look up Classes” — select the term to review your options
  2. Review your “Degree Works” to get an idea of your progress…think about what classes you’d like to take. Mercy Connect >> Student tab >> middle column, second box down “Degree Works” — the link will take you to your overview degree audit
  3. Meet with your PACT mentor to discuss your schedule and to make sure you don’t have any holds
  4. Organize your financial aid and payment plan — make sure you have filed FAFSA and other financial forms and scholarships
  5. Register on Mercy Connect via “Self Service”

If you were away from school for more than three consecutive semesters, contact the office of admissions at admissions@mercy.edu or 1.877.MERCY.GO to help you with the process. You may need to re-apply.

Continuing Graduate Student

Hey, Mav! It’s time to get ready for the next semester.

  1. Review the schedule of classes on Mercy Connect under Administrative Services, select Student and Financial Aid, then Registration and click on “Look up Classes” — select the term to review your options
  2. Review your “Degree Works” to get an idea of your progress…think about what classes you’d like to take. Mercy Connect >> Student tab >> middle column, second box down “Degree Works” — the link will take you to your overview degree audit
  3. Meet with your PACT mentor to discuss your schedule and to make sure you don’t have any holds
  4. Organize your financial aid and payment plan — make sure you have filed FAFSA and other financial forms and scholarships
  5. Register on Mercy Connect via “Self Service”

If you were away from school for more than three consecutive semesters, contact the office of admissions at admissions@mercy.edu or 1.877.MERCY.GO to help you with the process. You may need to re-apply.