Saint Xavier University reviews applications for admission throughout the year. Freshman, transfer and adult students are encouraged to fill out the online application for admission.
Once a student has completed the application, they must submit required documents in order for their application to be reviewed. Incoming freshmen should refer to the freshman student application procedure to determine necessary documents to send for review. Transfer and adult students should refer to the transfer student admission section detailing required documents for submission.
When the application process is complete, the Admission Committee will review the student's application and submitted documents and will make an admission decision. The decision will be to admit, defer, deny or admit on probation. Applicants who are deferred generally are required to submit additional academic information. Denied applicants are not allowed to register at Saint Xavier University. Students admitted on probation may be limited to 12 credit hours during the first semester and must earn a grade-point average of at least 2.0 to be granted regular status.
All freshman, transfer and adult applicants for admission are notified of this decision on a rolling basis as their applications are completed. Saint Xavier University subscribes to the Candidate's Reply Date Agreement stating the student should accept or reject the offer of admission by May 1. Saint Xavier University continues to accept inquiries, applications and deposits until the beginning of the fall, spring and summer semesters.
To secure a place, the accepted student should submit an enrollment deposit of $100, which will be applied toward tuition. It may be submitted online, by mail, by phone and in-person.