Congratulations on your acceptance to Alvernia University!


So, now what do you do? Don't worry, we're here to help.

Use the following information as your step-by-step guide to becoming a member of Alvernia's campus community. The first step is to confirm your enrollment, which you can do below.  

If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office with any questions. Email us any time or call 610-796-8269, the office is open every weekday from 8am to 4:30pm. 

Undergraduate Admissions

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Confirm Your Enrollment
Complete your Confirmation of Enrollment Form online by logging into your Alvernia account. Then you should submit it - along with your $300 non-refundable enrollment deposit - by May 1 (or within 2 weeks of your acceptance if it occurs after May 1). By completing this task, you essentially save your space as a student - in classes, in a residence hall, on a team, etc. - for the coming academic term. Use your Alvernia login to submit this important document as soon as you can.
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Apply For Financial Aid
100% of Alvernia undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid, so this is a vital aspect for all our students. To receive aid, be sure your FAFSA has been submitted and check out our financial aid webpages for more guidance. Click below to learn more about the different types of financial assistance available to you (there's a link to FAFSA if you need it) and how you can contact our Office of Student Financial Planning.
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Check Out Campus
Visiting Alvernia is even more meaningful for you now that you've been admitted. We strongly encourage you to register for an Admissions event or schedule your own individual visit to learn more about the fulfilling academic and social life you can experience on campus. While you're with us you can meet with Admissions and Financial Aid staff, see campus (including residence halls), and meet with professors, coaches and current students to ask them any questions you may have about life as an AU student.