April 8, 2015
- Admission Online Chat: Slice of Life
April 12, 2015
- Admitted Student Day
April 18, 2015
- Admitted Student Day
May 1, 2015
- Deposit Deadline
June 22/23, 2015
- Orientation Session 1
June 24/25, 2015
- Orientation Session 2
Early July, 2015
- Fall semester bills mailed
For more information, visit our freshmen next steps page.
Attend an Admitted Student Day
Register at www.merrimack.edu/admitted
Visiting campus is the best way to experience Merrimack. At an Admitted Student Day you will have the opportunity to interact with faculty, meet other admitted students and learn more about campus life.
- April 12
- April 18
Join the Class of 2019 Facebook Group and Follow @Merrimack2019 on twitter
Meet your potential classmates, ask questions, and receive announcements to help you make your enrollment decision.
Visit Merrimack’s Admitted Student Webpage
This is a great resource for everything you need to know to get ready for life as a Warrior.
Attend a Special Event
During the next few months, Merrimack hosts various on and off campus events to help you learn more about us. Onstagers performances, athletic games, and off-campus dinners are just some of the events we will be hosting.
Complete your FAFSA by February 15
To be considered for federal, state, and need based institutional aid, file your FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov between January 1 and February 15. In order to link your admission record with your FAFSA, your Social Security Number must be part of your admission record. If you did not include your SSN on your application and you intend to apply for financial aid, please call the Office of Admission at 978-837-5100 to have it added to your record.
Submit your Deposit by May 1
Secure your spot online at www.merrimack.edu/deposit or mail in your deposit card.
Sign up for Orientation
Once you deposit, your next step is to sign up for an orientation session. Session I is June 22 & 23 and Session II is June 24 & 25.
Orientation is when you'll meet classmates, and possibly future roommate(s), stay overnight in a residence hall, discuss your class schedule and get more acquainted with campus in preparation for your first semester.
Chat with current students and get the scoop about life outside of the classroom – things to do, residence halls, café food – the works!
Missed the chat on April 15?
Check out the recording here.