Admitted Students

Congratulations Admitted Students!

COVID-19 Updates

For the health and safety of all students, faculty, and staff, Saint Michael’s College has made the difficult decision to conduct the remainder of the spring 2020 semester remotely, and cancel all on-campus events. This includes admitted student events, campus tours, campus visits, sporting events, and all other gatherings.

Despite being incredibly disappointed, we know it’s the right move to make and we appreciate our campus leadership’s commitment to the wellbeing of our students and greater community.

Although we are unable to welcome you to campus right now, we have an opportunity to connect in new ways. We encourage you to register for our upcoming Select St. Mike’s: A Virtual Experience, taking place Saturday, April 4, and to keep an eye on this page for additional online offerings.

Saint Michael’s College is also extending the deposit deadline to June 1. It is our hope that this will help alleviate some of the stress on admitted students, their families, and their school counselors as COVID-19 prevention and response has impacted so many people’s daily lives in unprecedented ways.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to your admission counselor. Be well.

We look forward to having you join us in August. Here are some next steps to becoming a Saint Michael’s student.

Meet Your Class

Our Class of 2024 Facebook page is a great place to meet and interact with your future classmates. You can also keep up-to-date on important events and deadlines, get insider tips on what life at St. Mike’s is like, and learn about clubs and activities – all in this space. To view and submit photos on Instagram, and to follow and participate in conversations about Saint Michael’s College on Facebook and Twitter, use and search our hashtag, #smcvt.

Submit Your Enrollment Deposit

Once you submit your enrollment deposit, you are officially confirmed as an incoming St. Mike’s student. If you are an English Language/Pathway student, visit our international enrollment and arrival page for more information.

Visit Programs

Here are some options to connect with St. Mike’s:

Hear from current students, learn more about the academic area(s) you’re interested in, listen to the ways in which St. Mike’s prepared recent alumni for success, and more. You’ll get the absolute best feel for what life as a Purple Knight is like – no matter where you are!

Spend a day on campus to meet students and faculty, tour campus and residence halls, learn more about all of our academic programs, student activities, and much more.

Group sessions and tours are offered most weekdays throughout the spring semester.

Submit a Credit Assessment Request

Transfer students or dual enrollment students (high school students taking college courses for credit) who would like to request an assessment of their credits and an estimate of their class standing may contact our Registrar’s Office at

A Week in the Life of a Knight

A typical week at St. Mike’s truly depends on the student, so we went right to the source. We asked a group of student Social Ambassadors to share on Instagram what a typical week in their lives looks like.

Review Housing and Dining Options

Check out residence life at St. Mike’s as well as a list of room essentials to help you arrive prepared. Our Green Mountain Dining Room is the main dining hall, but there are a variety of dining options on campus, including an Einstein’s Bagels in the Dion Family Student Center.

Explore Life at St. Mike’s

Student-run clubs and organizations are a great way to deepen your interests, expand horizons, contribute to the community, make friends and have fun. Our top-notch Adventure Sports Center offers a variety of outdoor adventures to make it easy to enjoy our incredible Vermont location.