Accepted Student Day

Montclair State University Presents 
Accepted Student Days!

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions has partnered with The Ohana Project.
Please help by bringing a donation to Accepted Student Day.

Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Scholars Welcome Workshop 

The April Accepted Student Day Agenda is now available! Getting to campus early? There will be two Early Bird sessions: Let's Get Started! Your First Year at MSU will begin at 9:00 a.m. and a presentation about the Teacher Education Program will begin at 9:15 a.m.

Sunday, April 6 (10:00am - 3:00pm)
Registration begins at 9:30

For students accepted to majors in the:

  • College of Education and Human Services
  • College of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • College of Science and Mathematics

And for students who applied Undeclared and were accepted Undeclared.

What to expect:

  • Overview Presentations and Program Breakouts
  • University Presentations – Financial Aid, EOF*, Student Life, Academic Advising
  • Information Fair – Campus Orgs, Student Services, Parking, Meal Plans, and More!
  • “Explore Majors” Expo
  • Campus and Residence Hall Tours
  • Concessions, MSU Gear, Face Painting, Photo Booth
  • Meeting future fellow Red Hawks
  • Your MSU Class of 2018 T-shirt!

 Please use this registration link to register for Accepted Student Day on April 6th.


Please visit this page to view a list of the majors and minors offered at Montclair State University.

*Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Scholars Welcome Workshop! ... the Path to Graduation begins today! Mandatory workshop for accepted EOF scholars only. Presented by Dr. Daniel Jean, Executive Director of EOF and Academic Development, this workshop is designed for accepted EOF scholars and their families. It includes a comprehensive overview including the following: Enrollment checklist, April testing dates, pre-college six-week residential Summer Academy requirements/dates, financial aid requirements/overview, EOF scholar panel, and our academic success services (leadership development, financial literacy, career enrichment, intentional counseling/advisement.)
Please note: EOF Welcome check-in begins at 8:30 a.m. and the program begins at 8:45 a.m. for EOF scholars only in University Hall, room 1070 and includes lunch.

If you need special accommodations due to a disability, please email as soon as possible so that we may make arrangements for you.



To help the Office of Undergraduate Admissions collect donations for The Ohana Project, please bring any of the items listed below to the check-in areas on Accepted Student Day.