Accepted Students on Move-In Day


We are excited for you to join the Anna Maria College community! Get ready for a unique first-year experience with a strong community of learners. In small classes, your faculty will challenge you with a rich, liberal arts-based and career-focused curriculum, along with resources to help enhance your study. You'll enjoy a vibrant campus life with all of the advantages and opportunities of Worcester just 7 miles away.

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Register For An Accepted Student Visit Today!

Campus visits for accepted students and families are held on weekdays and selected weekends throughout the summer from May through August.

By accessing your Online Status Portal at the link provided, you will have access to decision letters, financial aid letters, registration links for upcoming events, important contact information, and more.

Visit programs leave from the Admissions Welcome Center in Foundress Hall. Visits can also be scheduled by calling the admissions office at (508) 849-3360.

Submit Your Enrollment Deposit

All students who plan to attend Anna Maria must submit an Enrollment Deposit. Submitting your deposit holds your place in the incoming class and allows you to register for an Orientation Program. Once you have successfully submitted your enrollment deposit online, you will be able to register a date to attend an orientation program.


Register For Orientation
We look forward to welcoming you and your family to the Anna Maria College community. All new students are required to participate in one of our orientation programs. New enrolling students must submit an enrollment deposit before registering for orientation. Each orientation session includes a parent program (for Esther's Dream, the parent program is on the first day). We encourage parents to participate to learn more about our campus community.

Before You Arrive - Help Us With A Few Things
Our orientation team is ready and waiting to welcome you to our campus, but before we do there are some things to take care of first!

Below are links to a number of forms. Many of these forms can be filled out online though some must be printed and returned to the college.
Athletic Forms
Student Accounts Forms
Health Services Forms
Housing Agreement
Noel-Levitz Survey

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Success Begins At Anna Maria
As a school founded in the Catholic Tradition, Anna Maria College expects all members of the college community to act in a responsible and ethical manner. The principles of individual honor, integrity, responsibility, and respect for the rights of others are essential to student conduct. High school students that are currently completing academic course work must submit a final transcript to the office of admission Before September 1.

Connect With The Class Of '23

Meet your fellow incoming first-year students and transfer students in your class by joining the Anna Maria College Class of 2023 Facebook Group. Ask questions, get advice, share ideas, and maybe even meet your new roommate/best friend! Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to stay in touch and see what's happening on campus.

Students at Homecoming
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Beyond Campus - Explore Worcester

Anna Maria is located minutes away from Worcester, New England’s second largest city, about 40 miles west of Boston. Worcester offers the charm and ease of a college town with the convenience of urban living—including a lively cultural scene, world-class restaurants, close-knit neighborhoods, beautiful parks, and easy access to area transportation.

Congratulations on becoming the newest member of our community!  
Consider the success of some of our alumni.

You are joining some amazing alumni that have studied with us – Business CEO’s at Eaton Vance that oversee cybersecurity, general managers that run business divisions in over 50 major firms throughout New England and the United States; hundreds of nurses and teachers that care for thousands of patients and students that will shape our future; artists, graphic designers, musicians and therapists;  66 Massachusetts police chiefs; over 40 New England fire chiefs; sports managers that work in mid-town Manhattan; and FBI agents in Boston, Miami and Washington D.C. and alumni that are serving in the United States Secret Service. Agents that remain true Patriots!  We think you will like what you see and those that you meet.

Please let us know how we can assist you throughout

this process and answer any of your questions.

John Hamel
Vice President for Enrollment 
(508) 849-3306
Student Orientation Information
Lizette Zajko
Director of Student Activities
(508) 849-3312

Housing Information
Jessica Eckstrom

Director of Residence Life
(508) 849-3271

Residence Life webpage
Financial Aid Information

Student Billing Information
Peggy Glavin
Manager of Student Accounts
(508) 849-3425
Multicultural & International Student Support
Briana-Allyn Amissah
Director of Diversity and Inclusion