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Next Steps for Deposited Students

The next steps below are for students who have submitted their enrollment (and housing if applicable) deposit. If you have not yet submitted your deposit you may do so on the main Boston Admitted Students page.

The first step to reserve your space in University-sponsored housing is to submit a housing deposit. To submit your housing deposit, log in to the MCPHS Portal.

Once you have submitted your housing deposit you will be asked to fill out your Housing Questionnaire and Contract.

Please visit the On-Campus Housing page for more information regarding on-campus housing.

Freshman students starting in the Fall 2020 semester should submit their transcripts by August 1 and their AP or IB scores on or before July 15. For transfer and graduate students, final transcripts from all colleges/universities you have attended must be received by the University by August 15.

Please visit our Final Transcript and Test Score Submission page for more information.

Please visit our Financial Information and Services page for more information regarding tuition payment and aid opportunities. Tuition payment is due by the following date (depending on your semester start date):

  • Summer Enrollment: May 1
  • Fall Enrollment: August 1
  • Spring Enrollment: December 1

All immunization records must be received by CastleBranch, a confidential health information service before the student begins moves into University housing or begins classes.

Please visit our Immunization page for more specific information regarding immunizations. Please note that students who are not in compliance with the MCPHS and state immunization requirements before the start of classes may not be allowed to move into MCPHS-sponsored housing. Additionally, failure to comply may result in a delay in your beginning classes and a hold being placed on your student account.

According to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and MCPHS policy, all students (regardless of enrollment) must be covered by a comprehensive health insurance program. Students will be automatically enrolled in the MCPS University general plan unless a waiver (which must be renewed annually) is received by the University.

Please visit the Health Insurance page for more information.

Please visit the International Students page for more information regarding I-20 form submission, SEVIS, and health insurance.

Please visit the Commuter Students page for more information regarding locker rental, off-campus housing, and discounted MBTA passes.

For general information or specific questions regarding accommodations and Office of Student Access and Accommodations, please call OSAA at 617.879.5995 or email the office at

For more information, please visit the Office of Student Access and Accommodations for Admitted Students page.

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