Applying to Merrimack
You can still apply to Merrimack for fall of 2021.
Our application is still open! The admission process is aimed to guide you through the process and support you every step of the way.
Test scores are not required.
Merrimack has been test optional for almost 10 years and will continue to not require ACT/SAT test scores. Our philosophy is that we want to learn about YOU - your goals, interests and why you’re a great fit to join our Merrimack community. We look closely at your transcript and GPA to evaluate your academic performance and will not use test scores in this process.
You are eligible for scholarship consideration.
Your application will automatically be reviewed for generous merit scholarships. Merrimack’s annual tuition average is $20,500 (after scholarships and grants and excluding housing). You can also add Merrimack to your FAFSA to be eligible for need-based aid.
You will receive an admission decision quickly.
In an effort to provide flexibility and support, we have implemented a variety of admission plans for future applicants. Options include early decision, early action, and rolling decision. Refer to the Undergraduate Application Process website for application requirements, important dates and deadlines. We are committed to reviewing your application quickly and communicating your decision as soon as possible. We are accepting unofficial transcripts as well as pass (P) grades and test scores are not required.
We are risk-free.
There is no application fee, giving you the opportunity to apply for free with nothing to lose and everything to gain.
You can join us on campus or for a virtual event.
Whether it be on campus or online, we have a variety of ways to learn more about Merrimack. Learn more and explore an array of options on our visit website.
Merrimack is a community.
Our community and personalized approach is like no other. In fact, we just implemented a new Success Coaching program where every student will have a personal success coach looking out for them every step of the way.
Our Admission Counselors are here for you.
Our staff is here to help answer any questions that you may have. Contact us.