Applying for Admission

Stonehill College uses the Common Application to collect all first-year applications. Students should choose the application option that best suits their interest and complete their applications by the appropriate deadline.

  • Application Plans & Deadlines

    Stonehill College offers multiple application plans for first-year students who intend to enroll in the fall semester. We encourage you to select the application plan that best suits you.

  • Application Process

    Stonehill College uses the Common Application to collect all first-year applications. Learn more about the application process for first-year students.

  • Admission Standards

    We are committed to putting your individual record into the proper context as we aspire to build and maintain an honest, just and compassionate community.

Find Your Admission Counselor

Stonehill admission counselors are assigned to specific high schools and work with all applicants from those schools. Find your admission counselor here by searching for your high school.

Applying for Financial Aid

The Office of Student Financial Services is committed to helping families navigate the financial aid process to ensure they make a four-year degree affordable.

  • How to Apply

    Because there is great demand for financial aid, students must file a renewal Free Application for Federal Student Aid (“FAFSA”) each year in order to continue receiving scholarships, grants, loans, and work study from Stonehill and government sources.

  • Cost of Attendance

    An estimated Cost of Attendance provides students and parents with projected educational costs associated with full-time attendance for a one year period. Knowing the Cost of Attendance can help you budget and better plan the financing of your education.

  • Scholarships & Grants

    Scholarships and grants (or “gift aid”) are financial aid awards that you don’t have to pay back. Some gift aid is awarded based on merit (the recognition of outstanding academic achievement), and some gift aid is awarded based on your financial need.

Visit Options

Virtual Visit Options

Stonehill will be offering virtual visit options throughout the fall for families interested in learning more about the College's welcoming community, academics and experiential learning opportunities. 

  • Virtual Information Sessions

    If you are just beginning to explore Stonehill, we recommend starting with our Virtual Information Sessions. Offered once a week, these webinars serve as an introduction to Stonehill and touch on the College's mission, academic experience, student engagement and admission and financial aid.

  • Virtual Student Panels

    Hear directly from current Stonehill students for a firsthand look at life as a Skyhawk! Over the course of the fall, join us for one or more panels featuring student presenters on topics ranging from our Division II Athletics to Campus Ministry to the Moreau Honors Program and more.

  • Virtual Counselor Connections

    These individual meetings will allow you to speak directly with your admission counselor. Counselor Connections are a great way to learn more about Stonehill while allowing us to get to know you more personally.

COVID-19 Update

We are pleased to be welcoming visitors to campus once again through our Self-Guided Tours program. While access to campus remains limited to this program at this time in order to best protect the health and safety of all in our community, we hope to be able to offer additional opportunities for campus visits soon. In the meantime, we invite you to take part in one or more of our virtual programs as an introduction to the Stonehill experience.

 

We know that campus visits are a critical part of every student’s college search process and thank you for your patience and understanding. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admission at (508) 565-1373 or admission@stonehill.edu.

Contact Information

May Hall – 320 Washington Street, Easton, MA 02357

The Office of Undergraduate Admission assists students and families as they learn more about Stonehill and navigate the college application process.

Duffy Academic Center – 103

The Office of Student Financial Assistance assists students and families in finding and managing the financial resources that will enable them to afford a college education.