Accepted Students

You’re coming to Montreat because you’re ready to grow—because you want to be in a Christ-centered environment that is committed to helping you stretch your mind, deepen your faith, and prepare for your calling and career. We can’t wait to have you here!


Next Steps:

We’re committed to helping you through the following steps leading up to move-in day and the start of spring or fall semester classes. We can’t wait to see you here on campus!

Pay careful attention to the instructions in each section below. The links direct you to the appropriate place where you will find additional forms or directions. In each section, there is an office and a phone number to call if you have questions.


Enrollment Deposit

The $150 deposit is required to secure your spot in the incoming class and enables you to get a housing assignment and register for courses. This deposit is fully refundable until December 15, 2016 for students starting in the Spring 2017 semester and May 1, 2017 for students starting in the Fall 2017 semester and will appear as a credit on your bill. By submitting your deposit, you will also have priority in your housing assignment, since we make room assignments based on the date of your deposit. We are expecting a full campus, so don’t delay!

Pay your deposit online via credit or debit card »

Questions? Contact the Admissions Office at 800-622-6968.


Housing and On-campus Parking

Our residence life program provides a safe and supportive community that encourages academic, spiritual, and emotional growth – and is a lot of fun! Once you have paid your enrollment deposit, submit your housing form online. This will help us get to know you better and will assist us as we make room and roommate assignments. Students who are enrolled full-time are required to live in college housing unless they are 21 or older, have senior status with good class standing, are married, or live with a parent or legal guardian.

Submit the Student Information/Housing form (all students) »

If you intend to park a car on the Montreat or Black Mountain campus, regardless of your housing plans, you need to submit a vehicle registration form. The cost is $100 per year and will be charged to your student account.

Submit your vehicle registration form (whether you plan to live on or off campus) »

Questions? Contact Student Services at 828-669-8012 x3631.


Course Registration

We are ready to help you select your first semester courses! We offer phone registration for students starting in the Spring semester. Call the Admissions Office at 800-622-6968 to set up your appointment. For students starting in the Fall 2017 semester, we will offer 4 advising & registration days – in March, April, May, and June – and will invite you to select the one that works best with your schedule. During your time on campus, you’ll meet with a faculty member from your area of interest who will help you identify the best course selection. You’ll also have an opportunity to learn more about your financial aid and student account and get your questions answered.

Schedule your registration day visit »

Questions? Contact the Admissions Office at 800-622-6968.


Medical Forms

New students are required to complete several medical forms related to medical history and current medical health. Students are required to submit proof of immunizations prior to the start of classes in accordance with North Carolina state law. Note that some of the medical forms require a physician’s signature, so please read the instructions carefully before submitting.

View and print medical forms (all students) »

Questions? Contact Health Services at 800-622-6968 x3536.



We are committed to a Christ-centered athletic program distinguished by high caliber teams, strong academic performance, and character development. If you are planning on being a part of one of our 17 teams, there are several documents that you are required to sign and submit before you can be cleared to begin practice. Note that some of the forms require the signature of a parent/guardian if you are a minor.

View and print athletic forms »

When completed, please mail to:

Courtney Nash
PO Box 1267
Montreat, NC 28757

Or scan and email to:


Financial Aid

We work with each and every student to create a personalized financial aid package that puts a Montreat College education within reach. Our financial aid policies consider merit, need, and other abilities—matching financial aid packages to your personal situation. There are several steps involved in applying for and receiving financial aid, so please pay careful attention to the steps outlined below.

If you are enrolling in the Spring 2017 semester, you need to complete the 16-17 FAFSA. If you are enrolling in the Fall 2017 semester, you need to complete the 17-18 FAFSA. You can get the process started at

Once you have received a financial aid award letter, please use our financial aid portal to complete the steps in the process, including accepting your financial aid awards and accessing loan options. On the home page of the portal, follow the instructions for First Time Users.

Access the financial aid portal »

Questions? Contact Financial Aid at 800-545-4656.


Student Accounts

We’re committed to helping you work through the financial side of your educational investment at Montreat College and understand the options for paying your balance. In order for you to receive an accurate and up-to-date bill, it’s important that you complete the financial aid process in its entirety so that all financial aid (scholarships, grant, and loans) can be credited to your student bill. There are also several forms that need to be completed and submitted before you arrive for the start of the semester. Your bill must be paid in full before you can move into the dorms and begin classes.

Access student accounts forms »

Access payment options and payment plans »

Make Online Payment »

Questions? Contact Student Accounts at 828-669-8012 x3753.


New Student Orientation

Welcome Week kicks off your college adventure! Everything else is set aside while you immerse yourself in campus life and get to know your classmates. Led by staff and upperclass students, Welcome Week activities include field trips, games, and service projects. You’ll learn about campus and the surrounding areas so you’re settled in and ready to go when classes begin. We think it’s critical for the success of your transition, so we require that every incoming student participate—including transfer and international students. Orientation for Spring semester is January 9-10, 2017. More information coming soon!

Get the orientation schedule and a list of what to pack » (available soon)

Questions? Contact Student Services at 828-669-8012 x3631.