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Accepted Students

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Congratulations on your acceptance to Ambrose! Now that you have the acceptance letter in hand, we can help you envision yourself as an Ambrosian.

  • Expect a cascade of welcomes, from outdoor Mass at the Grotto, standing ovations from faculty and staff, and free breakfast. Read up on our traditions and mascot, the bees.
  • Prepare to join a residence hall community. Explore your housing and roommate selection options.
  • Get ready for the scavenger hunt! The New Student Seminar course will help you to get a lay of the land when you and your classmates are challenged to find buildings on campus.
  • Begin exploring the variety of off-campus activities. Whether it’s a Quad City Symphony Orchestra, our QC Mallards pro hockey team or the Steamwheelers AF2 arena football team, there is something sure to catch your interest in the Quad Cities.
  • Visit campus: Nothing makes a better case than experiencing Ambrose life first-hand. We’ll tailor the visit to your specific interests that can include talking to professors, sitting in on a class and an overnight stay.


What to bring

The folks at Residence Life have posted a list of essentials for your dorm room, like bedding, a study lamp and a roll of quarters for laundry. In addition to stuffing those giant rolling duffel bags with dry erase boards, posters and your game console of choice, you can begin packing your “emotional suitcase.” You may be anxious about being away from home for the first time, but rest assured, you’re not alone. Our small campus community will quickly put you at ease, and you can do the same for others.

  • “Anytime you come to a new place, you feel alone. Then you realize that everyone has to make new friends and you’re all in the same boat.” – Jacyln Harrington ‘10, Education
  • “I was nervous about organizing the right classes and how to get involved in activities. I’d call the Admissions office just about every other day. After I got to campus though, everything fell into place.” – Maria Naert ‘11, German, History and English
  • “I had 27 people in my graduating class, so coming to St. Ambrose was a bit of a transition. Once I moved into my hall, it was easy to meet new people.” – Rachel Taylor ‘09, Theology