Make Your Enrollment Deposit
Make Your Deposit Online
Log in to your application status page to make your $300 enrollment deposit online. Complete the Graduate Admission Reply Form on your status page to submit your deposit and declare your intention to enroll.
How to access your application status page
Your application status page is where you viewed your application checklist. Your username is the email address you used to submit your application. All applicants were emailed an initial password which allowed them to access their status page.
Forgot your password? If you forgot your account password, click the Forgot Your Password? link on the application status page login screen.
Mail Your Deposit
If you prefer to make your enrollment deposit by mail, you will need a check for $300 made payable to Stonehill College. Please also include your application reference number on the check.
Mail Your Deposit To:
Enrollment Commitment Details
In order to confirm your enrollment at Stonehill College, you must submit a $300 non-refundable enrollment deposit. By submitting your enrollment deposit, you are declaring your intention to enroll at Stonehill College and affirming that you have not submitted an enrollment deposit to any other institution. Additionally, submittal of your enrollment deposit constitutes agreement to the requirements listed below.
Please note the following important information:
- The enrollment deposit is non-refundable.
- Your enrollment deposit will be credited to your first semester tuition bill. It is not a separate fee.
- All enrolling students are required to have their final official undergraduate transcript with a date of degree conferral forwarded to the Office of Graduate Admission as soon as it becomes available.
- The College reserves the right to withdraw an offer of admission if a student’s integrity, judgment, or maturity is brought into question. This includes failure to provide complete and accurate information on an application for admission and/or any supporting materials.
- Students who have ever been adjudicated guilty or convicted of a misdemeanor or felony must notify the College of the nature of the adjudication or conviction, relevant details, and their reflections on lessons learned from the experience. Note that students are not required to disclose or explain criminal adjudications or convictions that have been expunged, sealed, annulled, pardoned, destroyed, erased, impounded, or otherwise required by law or ordered by a court to be kept confidential.
- The College’s Hill Book (available at catalog.stonehill.edu) is the official resource for information on college policies and procedures related to academic and student conduct.