Learn how to become part of the McNeese family.
If you're pursuing a degree at another college or university but are interested in taking classes at McNeese and transferring those credits to your home institution, you're considered a visiting student.
Note: Before you start the application process, make sure meet admission requirements.
It's important to note that, as a visiting student, your enrollment is limited to the term your application is approved for, and you are not eligible for financial aid since you are not considered degree-pursuing student at McNeese. If you want to transfer to McNeese, you will have to meet the admission requirements and apply as a transfer student.
How to Apply
After You Appy
Pay a nonrefundable $20 application fee after you receive notification that your application has been processed.
Submit Proof of Immunization Compliance Form
(Males ages 18-25) Submit a copy of your draft card.
(Optional) Apply for financial aid and scholarships at fafsa.gov. McNeese's FAFSA school code is 002017.
(Optional) Apply for on-campus housing at www.mcneesereslife.com.
(Optional) Purchase a commuter or residence campus dining meal plan at www.dineoncampus.com/mcneese.
Office of Admissions
Fall applications - due August 1
Spring applications - due December 1
Summer applications - due May 15