• PRIORITY APPLICATION DEADLINE DEC 4, 2023 (Spring, 2024 entry term) 
  • EARLY ACTION DEADLINE DEC 11, 2023 (Fall, 2024 entry term)

To secure your place at Moore, please complete your Enrollment Reply Form and submit your $350 enrollment deposit online via your Student Portal. To request an extension or if you have questions, please reach out to your Admissions Counselor at


Join Discord!

  • Join Discord and connect with other accepted, and even current, students of Moore. To do so, complete the Discord form located within your Student Portal. 
  • This virtual space is a great way to ask questions, get perspective and opinions from current students, share artwork, and connect with future classmates or even possible roommates! 

Secure Your On-Campus Housing

Request Your Final Official Documents
Please see the documents listed below:

  1. Final official high school transcript: must contain all final grades, graduation date, school seal and signature and be sent electronically through a third party secure site OR via regular mail directly from your school. 
  2. Final official college transcript: must contain all final grades, school seal and signature and be sent electronically through a third party secure site OR via regular mail directly from all colleges and universities you've previously attended. This is applicable to all transfer students as well as any student who received college credit via a Pre-College Program or dual enrollment. 
  3. Official AP Exam scores/SAT scores/ACT scores: Request all applicable official AP Exam scores (those 4 or higher can be considered for credit), SAT and ACT scores be sent to us via College Board. If you did not choose to include test scores with your application, you do NOT need to submit official copies. 

For questions regarding obtaining or submitting final official documents, please contact Admissions via email at or via call/text (215.965.4427).

Access Your Moore Email and New Student Guide on Moodle

  • These accounts get created on a rolling basis beginning in May for those who have deposited.
  • Once your Moore email, ID number and Moodle account have been created, we will send you a detailed email with instructions on how to get started. 
  • New students should regularly check their Moore email account for important information once they receive it. 

Attend Pre-Orientation, Mandatory (Virtual & Registration Required)

  • New students are required to complete this form and choose one of the following dates for a Pre-Orientation virtual session. Sessions typically last for 1.5 hours. Families are welcome to attend along with their student. 
    • Tuesday, June 18, 5:30 pm, est
    • Wednesday, July 24, 11:30 pm, est
    • Tuesday, August 6, 5:30 pm, est

Attend New Student Celebration Day, Optional (In-Person & Registration Required)

  • New students are invited to attend New Student Celebration Day on Friday, July 12 from 10 am to 2 pm at Moore. Registration is required. This low-key social event is not mandatory, but is highly encouraged and is a great way to meet other new students and the Moore community! 

Complete Your Health Form

  • All new students must schedule a wellness visit with their physician and complete Moore's designated health form by the required deadline. 
  • We highly recommend scheduling your appointment as soon as possible, as wait times may vary and students are not able to move in without an approved health form. 
  • If you are a student starting in the fall semester of 2024, please complete and submit your health form prior to Monday, July 15, 2024.
  • Completed health forms must be emailed to
  • For medical questions or concerns regarding Moore's health form, please contact us at For any other related questions, please contact Admissions via email at or via call/text (215.965.4427).

Student Health Insurance 

All students are required to have health insurance and are automatically opted into our student health insurance. If you are already insured under a health plan, you will need to submit documentation of coverage and waive out of the plan offered by the college. Students without coverage will need to purchase Moore's insurance (or a comparable plan).

  • Health insurance information, costs and the link to the waiver system will be made available via Moodle on the New Student Guide.
  • Please note: If you do not have adequate coverage, or do not waive out, you will be automatically enrolled and billed for the insurance plan.
  • Enroll in Student Health Insurance

Books & Supplies

Department faculty may require additional books or supplies for your classes. Information on additional supplies will be included in your class syllabus. Your class syllabus can be accessed in Moodle a week before classes begin. Books and supplies may change each semester, so please budget accordingly.

*Please remember* Your class schedule for your first semester at Moore will only be finalized after you take your Writing Placement exam or after the Academic Advisor confirms your schedule is final.

Foundation Art Kit

The Foundation Department faculty worked alongside representatives from all majors to create the “Foundation Supply Kit”.

These kits are designed as a starting block for supplies used throughout your 4 years at Moore. The college has worked diligently with Blick Art Supplies to provide the best deal possible, containing the highest quality materials at the lowest cost. The Foundation Art Kit is anticipated to be around $465 (which is less than $70 per studio course). While the initial cost may seem expensive, remember that these supplies are discounted (up to 50% off retail value). Buying these same items out of pocket would almost double the cost of your supplies. Please note that this is a required purchase and should be budgeted as a necessary college expense. Representatives will be on-campus the first day of Clearance and Orientation to distribute these kits.

Bridge to Success Program

Students participating in the Bridge to Success Program are expected to be on campus early. Correspondence about dates and the program will be sent to students from their Admissions Counselors.  

What to expect during our Summer Bridge to Success Programs:

  • Become familiar with college resources, including peer tutoring, mental health counselors, academic workshops, and your individual staff coach who will help you navigate your first year

  • Get to know Moore by touring campus, meeting professors and staff members, reviewing your curriculum plan, and meeting other students

  • Practice essential skills for college success, including time management, notetaking, and study skills

New Student Orientation

All students are required to attend New Student Orientation from August 17 to 21. Move-in day is on Saturday, August 17. Further details will be provided. Please reach out to Corrine Smith at with any questions. No registration is required.

How do I access tuition bills?

Tuition bills are accessible online via Self-Service. Students can access Self-Service through their Moodle accounts. Detailed instructions about billing are reviewed during students' orientation sessions.