Application to the University
- Complete the online application. Ave Maria University is proud to offer free rolling admissions, thus we have no application deadline nor any application fee.
- Request an official copy of your high school transcript be sent to AMU.
- Request that your SAT (Ave Maria's SAT school code is: 4249) or ACT (Ave Maria's ACT school code is: 6212) test scores be sent to AMU.
- Transfer applicants: Submit items requested above. Request that copies of official transcripts from all colleges you have attended be sent directly to the
Ave Maria University Student Enrollment Center
5050 Ave Maria Blvd. Ave Maria FL 34142
- Begin the Financial Aid Process
To be eligible for regular undergraduate admission to the University, students are expected to meet the following standards.
- High school weighted grade point average (GPA) above 2.8 or college GPA above 2.4 on a 4.0 scale.
- An SAT score equal to or above 1580 on the three-part test, or 1050 or above on the 2-part test, excluding the writing portion, or an ACT score equal to or above 22.
In some instances, the University may accept students who do not meet the above criteria, but upon closer review indicate a probability for success.
The University considers all of the above factors in reaching an admissions decision. The University reserves the right to administer placement tests and procedures to admitted students in order to improve the advisement process, ensure placement in the correct course, and enhance the probabilities for student success.
After You Have Been Accepted
- Submit your $300.00 Enrollment Deposit . Your deposit guarantees your Ave Maria University scholarship, gives you priority in scheduling your classes and reserves your place in the dorms if you are 23 years old or younger. The deposit is not a fee; it shows up as a credit on your bill and is non-refundable.
- Information regarding New Student Orientation, AMU residential living, roommate selections, student insurance, viewing your class schedule and bill payment will be sent to deposited students after May 1st.
It is your responsibility to have your transcript(s) evaluated prior to receiving an admission decision. If your secondary school transcripts are in a language other than English, a certified English translation must accompany the original document(s). All college transcripts must be evaluated by one of two professional organizations:
If English is not your native language, submit an official copy of your TOEFL score. A minimum score of 550 is required on the paper-based test and a minimum score of 213 is required on the computer-based test and a minimum score of 85 is required on the Internet-based test. (Ave Maria code: 42.f.) You must submit documented proof of financial support before a Form I-20 will be issued. Please consult with your admissions counselor with any questions you may have about the International Student Admissions Process.