Online Admissions at MBU

>Online Admissions at MBU

Whether you’re moving up the ladder or moving to a new career, chances are you’re balancing family, work, and other responsibilities that may make traditional education formats impractical. So if you’re one of the millions of students who want a high-quality, career-focused college education that fits your unique needs, online learning at Missouri Baptist University may be the answer. MBU’s online courses and degree programs are tailor-made for the busy professional who has the drive to succeed.

Your MBU enrollment counselor is here to guide you throughout the application process. 



 Janice Chapman, MBU Undergraduate Online Enrollment Counselor
Janice Chapman
Undergraduate Online Enrollment Counselor
B.A. in Elementary Education, Missouri Baptist University





Emily Blackford
Graduate Enrollment Counselor



Natalie Taylor, MPA
Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions
B.S. in Biology, Southeast Missouri State University
MPA, Lindenwood University


Molly Munoz
Coordinator of Graduate Admissions



Maddison Botfield
Graduate Enrollment Counselor


Step 1. Apply for Admission. It’s free and easy.

Apply for Admission or fill out the form on the top right of this page to learn more about our programs.

If you’re ready to apply, go to to complete your application. There is no application fee.

Once you’ve applied, request Official Transcripts from all institutions attended to be sent directly to MBU from the institution. Only transcripts sent through the mail or electronically submitted directly from the institution or electronic clearinghouse to the MBU office of admissions will be accepted as official. Any transcript received by fax, by mail from a student, or hand delivered cannot be accepted as an official copy — even if the transcript is unopened and marked official.

Mail Transcripts to:
Office of Admissions
1 College Park Drive
St. Louis, MO 63141

Step 2. Learn how you can finance your education

Financial Aid
Complete the FAFSA* (available Oct. 1 every year) to get started in the financial aid process.

  1. Create an FSA ID –

This allows you to electronically sign your FAFSA.

Students and parents each need to apply for an FSA ID.

  1. File the FAFSA –

Use your Federal Income Tax forms from two years ago. For example, 2018 FAFSA will use 2016 Federal Income Tax Forms.

*Important: Our Title IV school code is 007540; use this to make sure we can access your information.

Visit our Financial Aid ( webpage for more information.