MBA admission process


With varying program entry points, review of application packages occurs immediately, with an ongoing rolling admission schedule. 

Term Application Due

Admitted Student Orientation

MBA Classes Start
Fall 2021 Sept. 27 Oct. 13 Week of Oct. 25
Spring 2022 Dec. 6 Jan. 15 Week of Jan. 24
Spring 2022 Feb. 21 Mar. 12 Week of Mar. 21
Summer 2022 Apr. 11 May 4 Week of May 16

Prior to admission, all students, regardless of undergraduate major, are required to successfully complete an undergraduate statistics course (typically engineering, business or social sciences statistics) before entry to the MBA program.


1. Complete the online application.

2. Submit the following:

  • Official transcripts: Arrange for your official transcripts, demonstrating a minimum grade-point average of 3.0, to be mailed by your undergraduate institution directly to the office of graduate admission, evidencing a bachelor’s degree from an accredited school.
  • Two letters of recommendation: At least one letter should be from a reference who holds or held a managerial or senior leadership role. Letters should include the name, address, title, phone number and email of the reference.
  • Professional résumé.

3. Pay your application fee: The MBA program application fee is $50. This nonrefundable payment can be made by credit card online through your applicant portal. Checks should be made payable to St. Norbert College and mailed to the office of graduate admission. The fee will be waived if you attended an admission event or had a personal appointment with Brenda Busch, associate director of graduate admission.

You may submit your application credentials electronically in your applicant portal, email them to gradadmit@snc.edu or mail them to:

Office of Graduate Admission
St. Norbert College
100 Grant St.
De Pere, WI 54115


Once we’ve received your application and all required credentials, the graduate admission counselor will review your admission portfolio and provide an admittance recommendation to the dean. The dean will determine whether a personal interview is required.


Taking into account the entirety of your application and your professional and academic background, the dean will make a final acceptance decision. To help us assure your readiness to undertake our MBA program, we reserve the right to request GMAT or GRE scores to help assess your academic preparedness. If you’re accepted, you’ll be notified by the graduate admission counselor via a personal phone call, with a formal acceptance letter to follow.

We’re here to help ...

Our associate director of graduate recruitment, Brenda Busch, is your admission facilitator.

Contact Brenda at brenda.busch@snc.edu or 920-403-3942, if you have any questions about the process, or need help in meeting the application requirements.

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