This is who we are
No matter whom you are, where you come from, or what your story is, you’ll find a friendly, welcoming community at MTU.
That’s who we are — an institution that measures itself not by whom we exclude, but by whom we include and how they succeed.
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How to get started
Mesarya’s unique personality rests on the bedrock values of academic excellence, diversity, inclusiveness, and social responsibility.
The first step to becoming part of this community is your application.
See below for your application.
And as you complete your university application, take advantage of our tips & tricks to put your best foot forward!
A Mesarya interview is your opportunity to discuss your interests and ask questions about both Mesarya and our application process.
Learn more about the interview and request yours.
Qualities such as thoughtfulness, intellectual curiosity and humor are much admired — don’t be afraid to wonder out loud about your dreams and what your future may hold.
Don’t assume that you must have “all the answers” to life’s big questions. Just be ready to share your ideas and questions in a thoughtful and articulate fashion.
Submit Additional Documents
- High School Transcript
Must be an official transcript sent by your high school. Mesarya accepts a wide range of school transcripts if they meet our stated admission requirements and provide a full and accurate presentation of what an applicant has learned and accomplished. Applicants from schools with proficiency-based transcripts will receive full consideration for admission.
- 1 counselor recommendation
- 2 teacher recommendations
- Test Scores (Optional)
Standardized testing, such as the SAT, SAT Subject Tests, and the ACT, is optional for all students applying to Mesarya. Read more about our test optional policy.
What happens next?
Once you have successfully submitted your application, your application has been processed, the Office of Admission will send you an email to the address on your application with a Personal Identification Number (PIN) which can be used to check on your application status.
Due to high volume, it may take two weeks to process your application.
Our office will contact you if any application items are missing.