Undergraduate Admissions FAQs

 

Molloy College offers rolling admissions. There is no deadline to apply!

 

Yes! Students are reviewed automatically for academic scholarships automatically when they apply. If you receive any merit based scholarships, they will be outlined in your Acceptance package. We also offer a number of scholarships that you can apply for such as Community Service, and the Mission, Leadership and Media scholarships, Most require an essay to apply and more detailed information is on the website.

 

Once you submit an online application, you will have access to your application portal, which will include a checklist. When we receive a required document, a green check mark will appear next to the application requirement.

 

Guidance counselors typically send in high school transcripts through Naviance. We also accept high school transcripts if they are emailed by your guidance office to admissions@molloy.edu, or if they are mailed to Molloy College in sealed, unopened envelopes.

 

We accept official college transcripts if they are sent by your college to Molloy electronically, or if they are mailed to us in sealed, unopened envelopes.

 

Yes, you can be awarded college credit for AP courses. Please note, that we look for a 3 or higher on your AP exam. You will need to send us your official AP exam score report through College Board for us to award you college credit. Depending upon your major and the course, the course could come over as elective credit, general education credit, or related requirement credit. If you have specific questions regarding this, please contact Molloy College’s Office of Admissions at admissions@molloy.edu.

 

In order to confirm that you will attend Molloy, you must submit your nonrefundable confirmation deposit and fill out a confirmation form. You can do this online through your application portal. If you have trouble paying your deposit, please reach out to the Office of the Bursar at officeofthebursar@molloy.edu or 516-323-4100 to pay your deposit over the phone. Once your deposit is paid, your attendance at Molloy will be confirmed and you will be registered for courses.

 

May. A freshmen advisor will create your schedule, to ensure that you are taking the appropriate first year courses for your major. If you have any questions or concerns when you receive your schedule, you can call the Student Solution Center to make any adjustments.