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Undergraduate Admission

Class Registration & Advising

MyMack

https://mymack.merrimack.edu/ics/
myMack is your key to viewing your advisor and your schedule. Once you set up your password in Mackapps, You will be able to log in to myMack. Refer to the letter and guide we mailed home to you for help. If you attended orientation you will also be able to make changes to your schedule using myMack.  You can make these changes anytime after you attend orientation through the first week of classes.  The last day to make a change to your schedule will be September 9, 2013. 

Class Registration

As a new student, you will be pre-registered for your first semester of courses at Merrimack.  During June Orientation you will meet with an advisor to discuss your schedule. This is a good time for you to ask any questions you may have about your schedule.  If you have any changes to your schedule at that time, we’ll lead you through the process. 

If for any reason you are unable to attend Orientation, here is how it will work.  You will receive a packet in the mail containing your schedule.  The courses you are registered for are based on your major. If you have questions about your courses or if you wish to make changes to your course schedule, you will need to contact the Dean of your school during the summer to arrange for advising.  You will be unable to change your schedule until you have been advised.

Business Administration: 978-837-5048
Education: 978-837-5452
Liberal Arts: 978-837-5432
Science and Engineering: 978-837-5335

Advising

Each student will be assigned an academic advisor.  If a student has declared his or her major then the advisor will be selected from that particular major.  If a student has not declared his or her major an advisor will selected from within the general area of the students interest. Students will be able to view the name of their assigned advisor via myMack.

Math Placement Test

The Math Placement Test is designed to assess the level of your preparedness for college level mathematics.  Each student must take the test on-line by June 10, 2013.  Visit the Math Placement test webpage for more information and a link to take the test.

If you have questions about the results of your Math Placement Test, contact Professor Michael St. Vincent in the Math Department at 978-837-3467.