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Complete the admissions application for your program.


Undergraduate Programs

Contact us if you need help finding the correct application or if you are having technical difficulties. You can also view a list of degree programs and majors

  • Freshman
    Application for our traditional daytime program for high school seniors, home school students and/or those with a GED diploma, or high school graduates with no more than 11 college credits attempted.
  • Transfer
    Application for our traditional program for high school graduates who have attempted 12 or more college credits. Use this application for evening programs other than business.
  • Evening Accelerated Programs in Business (Freshmen and Transfer Students)
    All students interested in our evening accelerated programs, including students who are attending college for the first time, transfer students, and international students.
  • International
    For traditional daytime undergraduates that require an F-1 student visa. International students who want to study in other degree programs, such as our evening accelerated business programs or graduate study, please complete the appropriate application for that program.
  • Re-entry to the University
    For students seeking to return to our traditional daytime program. Stritch must be the last University attended.

Graduate Programs

View a list of all degree programs and use the application for your college.

Additional Graduate Options

Special Students/Course Auditing

  • Special Student
    Complete this application if you plan to enroll for credit and/or audit courses at either the undergraduate or graduate level but do not intend to seek a degree.


Cardinal Stritch University, in accordance with applicable provisions of federal law, does not discriminate on grounds of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, creed or handicap in the administration of any of its educational programs or activities, including admission or with respect to employment. For information on other covered bases, and the names of the Title IX, Veterans Affairs, and Americans with Disabilities Act Coordinators, contact the Office of Academic Affairs, 6801 North Yates Road, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217, 414-410-4007.