You've been accepted to Lees-McRae!

We can't wait to welcome you to the Bobcat family and support you in this new adventure in your life. What's next, you ask? Read on to see what your final steps are to become an official Lees-McRae student.

First things first: Secure your spot

Pay a $250 deposit to claim your place—and scholarships—in the incoming class. This will give you a head start on orientation activities and housing options. The deposit is not an extra fee, but a down payment towards your tuition.

We recommend that you pay the deposit as soon as you're ready, but it is due by May 1 for the fall semester and by January 5 for the spring semester. Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable. Please do not submit your deposit until you have committed to attending Lees-McRae. 

Pay Deposit

File your FAFSA

If you have not already done so, fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This ensures that you are considered for federal, state, and institutional aid. Lees-McRae College should be listed on your FAFSA with our school code of 002939. 

Complete FAFSA

Attend Bobcat Day

Want a taste of what being a Bobcat is all about? Join us on Bobcat Day and interact with future professors, engage in fun campus activities, and meet with current students all while being welcomed into the Bobcat family!

Stay tuned for the spring 2020 date.

Connect with your classmates

Be sure to join the Incoming Bobcats Facebook Group. This closed group is for you to get to know fellow Bobcats, keep up with what's going on, and ask YOUR questions!

A personal invitation will be sent to you after your acceptance.

Don't forget to celebrate!

Join in the fun and post a picture with your acceptance packet on social media using #bobcatjourney.

    Next Steps

    Once you have paid your deposit, you will receive your official Lees-McRae log-in information and access to Brightspace, our learning management system. In Brightspace, you will have access to final enrollment forms, housing information, advising and orientation information, and more!

    Contact your admission counselor