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Your Fontbonne Journey Starts Here

Your future at Fontbonne begins by applying. Select the path below that best describes your educational status. Then, choose the program you would like to join.

Application Instructions

If you have recently applied to Fontbonne and your status has NOT changed, you may not need to submit another application. Please contact us at or 314-889-1400 to see if we will be able to utilize your previous application or if you will need to submit a new one.


Undergraduate Applicants

Whether you’re an incoming freshman or transferring from another undergraduate college program, pursuing a degree at Fontbonne begins by applying.

Are you Degree Seeking or Non-Degree Seeking? 

Degree-seeking students  (Freshman,  Transfer, Certificate Seeking, etc.,)  will select a major and work towards a bachelor’s degree. If you start as undecided or undeclared,  you are still considered degree-seeking. 

Non-degree-seeking students (Visiting, Dual High School, Senior Citizen scholar, etc.) just want to earn some undergraduate credit through on-campus or online classes. No financial aid is available for a non-degree seeking student.

Graduate Applicants

Pursue education beyond your bachelor’s degree by applying to one of our professionally oriented and academically rigorous graduate programs.

For admission to Graduate Studies, an applicant must have: 

  • Earned at least a bachelor’s degree or equivalent from a college or university recognized by a regional accrediting agency. Colleges and universities from outside the United States must be recognized as degree-granting institutions by their country’s Ministry of Education
  • Earned a 2.5 or better grade point average in the baccalaureate degree (keep in mind, this is the minimum GPA to apply to graduate school, but program specific grade point averages for consideration may vary)
  • An acceptable English proficiency test score (non-native English speaking applicants only). Please see the International Applicant Instructions page for the Graduate School English Language Proficiency Policy

Please note that academic programs often have admission requirements beyond these general requirements. For more information on minimum admission requirements, please click here.

The Fontbonne graduate application process is a two-step process. Applicants must complete the Graduate School application as well as complete the application requirements of the academic program. The academic program requirements and deadlines are built into the application. If you have questions about materials or deadlines, please consult the Office of Admission. 

Applicants applying to an academic program that differs from their original application should submit a new personal statement for the program in which they are applying as well as meet all academic program admission material requirements. To submit a new personal statement or submit additional materials, click here.

You’re a  degree-seeking student  if you want to select a major and work towards a Master’s, Educational Doctorate degree or Certificate program. 

You’re a  non-degree-seeking student  if you just want to earn some graduate credit through on-campus or online classes. No financial aid is available as a non-degree seeking student. 

Do you want to apply for Fontbonne’s Educational Doctorate in Collaborative High Impact Instruction? If so, please complete the application here.

International Applicants

At Fontbonne, non-U.S. citizen students are an integral part of our vibrant campus culture. We invite you to apply to the program of your choice. For additional information, please see the International Applicant Instructions page.

Continuing Education Applicants

Applicants who are applying to complete continuing education are typically those seeking professional development opportunities or maintaining their teacher or professional certification requirements. If this term does not sound familiar, you most likely want to pursue the undergraduate or graduate application listed above. If you’re unsure, call us and we can help answer any questions!

Contact Us

If you have any questions, email us at or give us a call at 314-889-1400. Our office hours are from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  Monday through Friday. 

Our mailing address is 6800 Wydown Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63105.

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