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FAQ for Admitted Students

Will New Student Orientation be held this summer?

Yes! MCPHS staff members are busy preparing a virtual New Student Orientation for all new Fall 2020 students, specifically designed to be engaging and address all of our new students’ questions. Orientation sessions will be offered to new students in all programs and will take place over the summer, beginning July 6, 2020. The series of sessions will include informational programming with University faculty and administrative staff, orientation sessions with staff from numerous student support offices, social gatherings with current student orientation leaders, and all of the information you will need to get started in your academic program at MCPHS. Details are coming to your email inbox soon.

Will MCPHS be open for on-campus classes this Fall?

MCPHS University plans to reopen in Fall 2020 in a hybrid format, providing a well-planned and comprehensive experience for our students on all three campuses. Classes will start on September 2nd as originally planned in our academic calendar and will combine classroom and online instruction. Our distinct goal is to provide a rich learning experience for every student, one that balances the advantages of on-campus instruction and experiences with strong online and remote learning—all while protecting the health and wellbeing of our students, faculty, and staff. If circumstances around the public health crisis change, however, we will adjust our plans accordingly based on CDC and state guidance. Read More

When will I receive my tuition bill for Fall?

Student bills for the Fall 2020 semester are scheduled to be released in mid-June.

What should I do if I am having difficulties obtaining official documents required by MCPHS?

The University understands that the ability to obtain certain official documents such as a final high school transcript may be impacted by the current COVID-19 pandemic. We are currently accepting unofficial copies and those may be sent to

I just finished High School. Are you still accepting AP scores?

Yes. If you are able to obtain official scores, please send those to Admissions at If that is not possible, you may email unofficial scores.

What should I do if I need help with my financial plan for Fall?

Our Student Financial Services and Admissions staff are available to assist you in planning financially for the coming academic year. The easiest way to connect is to schedule a personal Affordability Appointment. Choose your campus, select “Accepted Student Events”, and schedule your appointment.

Where can I find more information for Fall 2020 new students?

Students should frequently check the Admitted Students page. Here you will find information on next steps that will be updated as we move through the summer.

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