Mount St. Joseph University

Mount St. Joseph University is a Catholic academic community grounded in the spiritual values and vision of its founders, the Sisters of Charity. The University educates its students through interdisciplinary liberal arts and professional curricula emphasizing values, integrity and social responsibility. Learn more about Mount St. Joseph University

Student population size
Small (∼2k)

Transfer population

Campus setting

5701 Delhi Road, Cincinnati, OH 45233

Application deadlines

  • Spring semester: January 7, 2023
  • Fall semester: August 18, 2023

Learn more about admission to Mount St. Joseph


  • In-state tuition: $31,100 per academic year + fees
  • Out-of-state tuition: $31,100 per academic year + fees
  • Part-time tuition: $555 per credit hour (1-11 credit hours/semester) + fees (in-state/out-of-state)

Learn more about tuition and fees at Mount St. Joseph

On-campus: $9,830 per academic year, incl. meals

Transfer student scholarships
Mount St. Joseph offers merit-based scholarship based on GPA, ranging from $10,000 to $14,000. Other transfer student scholarships are available. Learn more about scholarships at Mount St. Joseph

Tuition and housing costs listed here are based on data published by the National Center for Educational Statistics – actual costs may differ. Always check with the institution for the most accurate information.

General Education (core) requirements
46-49 credit hours. Learn more about General Education requirements at Mount St. Joseph

Friendly degree-completion programs (fastest way to degree)
Behavioral Sciences, Liberal Arts, Natural Sciences

Programs with additional admission requirements
Nursing (BSN)

Programs with limited admission
None listed

Programs accommodating non-traditional schedules (evenings, weekends, etc.)
Behavioral Science, Liberal Arts, Management & Leadership, Social Work. Learn more about flexible programs at Mount St. Joseph

Credit accepted

Learn more about transfer credit at Mount St. Joseph

See how previous college courses have transferred to the Mount (Transferology)

Transfer student programming and services

  • Dedicated transfer admission counselors
  • Program pathways
  • Transfer student orientation
  • Transfer advising
  • Free transfer credit evaluations

On-campus and off-campus

Identity centers
None listed

Clubs & organizations
40+. Learn more about clubs & organizations at Mount St. Joseph

Transfer advising

  • Amy Wolf, Assistant Director for Adult and Transfer Recruitment
  • (513) 244-4204