Enrollment Services

Enrollment Services

SMU's Division of Enrollment Services consists of the departments of Undergraduate Admission, Financial Aid, Registrar, Bursar, Summer Studies, Academic Ceremonies, Non-Degree Credit Studies, Veterans' Services, and Intersession Programs. We provide seamless, holistic service to current and prospective students, and to the people who assist them in their pursuit of higher education.

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Apply to SMU

Applying to SMU is the first step to achieving your educational goals and expanding your world in ways you never imagined.

Visit Undergraduate Admission

Get help paying for SMU

SMU's financial aid advisors offer personal attention to help explore a multitude of scholarships, grants, loans, and payment plans.

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Pay your bills

The SMU Bursar collects tuition and fee payments and assists with financial aid, payment plans, refunds, and other charges.

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Transfer to SMU

From pre-admission advising to connecting with the campus community and resources, we help transfer students succeed at their new University home.

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Military veterans

SMU helps military veterans and active duty personnel, their spouses and dependents find success at SMU t through specialized services and opportunities.

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Courses and calendars

The University registrar maintains student records, course schedules and registration, and the official university calendar.

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Convocation and graduation

From convocation to graduation, SMU produces seven annual academic ceremonies, creating lasting memories for our students and their families.

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Credit without a degree

The Office of Non-Degree Credit Studies assists students who wish to enroll in courses for credit, but who do not intend to pursue a degree program.

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Intersession programs

SMU Intersessions provide student-focused, innovative, and integral courses in short academic sessions outside the fall and spring semesters.

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