What to do after being admitted

Step 1: Activate your MyMRU account

MyMRU is your online registration portal, fee payment system and one-stop information site for all things Mount Royal.

Please note: this is a different account than your Future Student Portal that you will use for accessing resources as a current MRU student.

To activate your MyMRU account, complete the following steps:

  1. Visit
  2. Select ‘activate your account’
  3. Read and accept the ‘Acceptable Use Policy’
  4. Complete the required details using your name, date of birth and MRU student ID number found on your Offer of Admission notice
  5. Be sure to enable multi-factor authentication. This will help protect your personal information and is mandatory for all students at Mount Royal University.


Step 2: Accept your offer and pay your non-refundable Tuition Deposit

Congratulations! You can accept your offer of (conditional or final) admission using the Applicant Tab in If you have any conditions to meet, these conditions will be outlined in your conditional admission letter. Be sure to review your offer of admission for any conditions that need to be met and the corresponding deadlines.

After you receive your Offer of Admission, you need to pay a $425 non-refundable Tuition Deposit by the date specified in your admission offer using the Applicant Tab in to reserve your spot.


Step 3: Enable MFA (multi-factor authentication) and start using your MRU email

We will communicate important information to you through your MRU email account. Check your email often.

To activate your student account, select the email link in the top right-hand corner of MyMRU.When you login to your email, you will be prompted to enable MFA. Follow the prompts, or you will be locked out of your account.

If you get stuck, review these easy steps! Further assistance is available by calling the Mount Royal Technology Help Desk at 403.440.6000.


Step 4: Get advised

For support in selecting the appropriate classes review your program-specific advising information online. You can contact your academic advisor if you require further assistance. You can also check your mruGradU8 to track your progress.


Step 5: Register for courses online

Register for your courses on on or after the date specified in your admission package.


Step 6: Request Confirmation of Enrolment (if needed)

If you require documentation confirming your student status to access funds for your education (such as RESP, student line of credit, external scholarships/bursaries), visit


Step 7: Pay your fees

Pay your fees by the required deadline to finalize your registration.


Step 8: Prepare for your first day

Register for New Student Orientation to learn about what to expect in your first year at Mount Royal.