How to Apply to St. Norbert CollegeIf you want to be part of something larger than yourself, while discovering who you are, you’re likely to find your fit at St. Norbert College. We carefully consider each application, looking at the whole person, and accept those students who will likely succeed in and contribute to our campus community and the world.
- First-year students (traditional, home-schooled, part-time)
- Transfer students
- International students
- Veterans and their families
- Readmission and non-degree students
- Master of Arts in Liberal Studies
- Master of Business Administration
- Master in Theological Studies
September 15 – Application reviews begin
October 1 – Application status notifications begin
January 1 – Apply for financial aid online at www.fafsa.gov (St. Norbert College code 003892). Request a PIN to sign the FAFSA electronically.
March 1 – Financial aid priority deadline
March 15 – Honors Program application priority deadline
May 1 – Enrollment deposit priority deadline
Important dates for International Students
Admission is on a rolling basis. You may apply anytime throughout the year.
Important dates for Transfer Students
December 3 – Spring transfer students begin registering for Spring 2013 classes
January 17 – Last day for spring transfer students to register for Spring 2013 classes
January 18 – New Student Orientation for Spring 2013 transfer students
March 1 – Priority financial aid filing date for Fall 2013 transfer students
March 1 – Last day to submit consideration for Phi Theta Kappa Grant
May 1 – Priority registration for Fall 2013 transfer students begins
June 12 – Priority registration for Fall 2013 transfer students ends
June 24 – Registration for Fall 2013 transfer students resumes
August 22 – Last day for Fall 2013 transfer students to register for classes
August 23 – Transfer Student Orientation
August 26 – First day of 2013-14 academic year
Note: St. Norbert is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant students.