We’re here to help you provide your students with all the information they need about Mount Allison and our admissions process.

Mount Allison has been named the best undergraduate university in Canada by Maclean's University Rankings more times than any other university.

The University offers a flexible liberal arts and sciences education that prepares students for any career path and to enter into professional and graduate programs. Mount Allison prides itself on providing a high-quality academic experience, combined with a variety of hands-on learning opportunities in a close-knit community.

Explore key facts and history for more information.

Programs, courses, and credits

One of the main perks of a liberal arts and sciences education is students can create the exact degree they want. There is opportunity to specialize, but also to study broadly in a host of different subject areas.

Our programs

Students can explore our 50+ programs and 5 undergraduate degree options.

University catalog

Our Academic Calendar can help you stay up-to-date with Mount Allison's course offerings and descriptions.

Advanced standing

Transfer credits may be awarded to students who have taken university-preparatory programs (i.e. IB, AP).

Admissions to Mount Allison

Admission requirements

Our admission decisions are based on your academic record, leadership skills, a high level of commitment, and the potential for personal growth.

How to apply

With one comprehensive application for admission and scholarships, applying to Mount Allison is easy. There are a few thing students can do ahead of time to make it even easier.

Admission deadlines

There are important admission deadlines to watch out for — especially to be considered for Mount Allison scholarships and bursaries.

Money matters 

Financing a degree is a team effort and here's how Mount Allison can help students get here:

In fact, Mount offers more than $5 million in scholarships, bursaries, and financial aid.


Final transcripts sent to Mount Allison from the issuing institution are considered official.

These documents can be emailed, faxed, or mailed to:

Mount Allison Registrar's Office
62 York St. Sackville, NB E4L 1E2
Email: admissionsteam@mta.ca
Fax: (506) 364-2272

Contact our admissions team

Our admissions team is here to help you with our admission process and to answer any questions you (or your students) might have.

Contact admissions for the specific admissions counsellor assigned to your geographical area.

Events for students

Tours, events, and info sessions for prospective students and their families include:

  • MtA in your area
  • Campus tours
  • Open House
  • Virtual tours
  • School visits and university fairs

If you'd like to invite a representative from Mount Allison to your school or university fair, contact admissions@mta.ca.


Our print viewbooks provide the top reasons to attend Mount Allison, including an overview of our programs and degrees, admission requirements, student life, costs and financial aid, and much more.

You can also contact our admissions team for more information, including viewbooks and posters.

    Why study at Mount Allison

    Why study at Mount Allison?