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Admitted students

St. Norbert College

You’re in! (Hooray!) What’s next?

You’re in! Your hard work paid off, and you’ve been accepted to St. Norbert College in northeast Wisconsin!

Here’s what you should do next:

Sparkling riverfront views? Check.
Warm and inviting campus culture? Check.
Inspiring academics? Check.

The easiest way to start picturing where you’ll live and learn for the next four years as you work toward your college degree is to come see for yourself. We offer events that are specifically designed for admitted students and their families. This is a great time to get your questions answered, meet other incoming students and their parents, and get a feel for what makes SNC special.

Your SNC network account is where you’ll find information related to your enrollment, including your financial aid decision. Please make a note of your username and password, because you’ll use this account throughout your time at SNC.

SNC network account setup instructions

To activate your account, you’ll need your nine-digit SNC ID number that is printed on the checklist that you received with your mailed acceptance packet. Please contact your admission counselor if you need any help.
  • Navigate to and select “Activate your Account.”
  • Enter your nine-digit St. Norbert College ID number.
  • Enter your date of birth (and last four digits of your Social Security Number, if prompted), and select “Submit.”
  • It’s important to note your six-letter SNC username (composed from the letters in your name) at the top of the web page, because you’ll use this to log in.
  • Create a password that meets the password requirements.
If you forget your six-letter SNC username, you can find it by selecting “change your password” at

Many students enjoy merit aid in the form of scholarships offered by the college that help reduce the cost of their college education. SNC merit scholarships are based on high school achievements, and you are automatically considered for them when you apply for admission.

In addition, we offer specialty scholarships that reward your talents, skills and experiences, as well as paid research positions that improve your future career options while saving money. Application deadlines vary.

SNC also encourages students to apply for merit scholarships offered by outside organizations as a way to lower their final bill.

If you’d like to be considered for need-based college financial aid, submit the FAFSA as soon as possible.

FAFSA applications for the next school year are available beginning Oct. 1 and need to be submitted by Jan. 1 if you want to be considered for limited financial aid funds.

We use the FAFSA as a guideline to help us award grants, loans, work-study and need-based scholarships.

If you applied for financial aid, you can check your financial aid decision along with all the details of what you have been offered in the KnightLine student portal starting in early December.

Once your financial aid decision is available, please review our helpful guide to interpreting your financial aid letter.

  • Navigate to KnightLine.
  • Select “KnightLine Login.”
  • Enter your SNC username.
  • Enter your SNC password.
  • Select "Financial Aid" to view your decision.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at or 920-403-3005.

Ready to commit? Once you’ve decided that SNC is where you want to spend the next four years pursuing a college degree, you need to secure your spot in the incoming class by paying a $350 enrollment deposit. This nonrefundable deposit is your formal commitment to attend St. Norbert College.

Once we receive your deposit, we’ll reserve a place for you in the incoming class, and allow you to register for summer orientation and housing. Housing priority is determined by your deposit date.

Of the $350 deposit, $100 will be reserved for a housing deposit, which will be returned to the student if they incur no fines or fees during their four years at St. Norbert College. The remaining $250 will be used to cover enrollment costs and fees for each student; this is not reflected on student accounts.

If you pay your deposit by check, please include the deposit slip from your acceptance packet.

If you have any questions, please contact your admission counselor.

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Contact the St. Norbert College admission office

Campus location

Ariens Family Welcome Center
310 College Ave.
De Pere, WI 54115

Hours of operation

8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
We’re also available by appointment.

Mailing address

Office of Admission
St. Norbert College
Ariens Family Welcome Center
100 Grant St.
De Pere, WI 54115