Accepted Students

You did it. You’re in! We are so excited to welcome you to the GMercyU community. 

Make Your Deposit to Confirm Your Acceptance

All we need to confirm your spot in the incoming class is your $200 acceptance deposit.* Please submit your deposit as soon as possible. 

Already submitted your deposit? Congratulations! You’re now officially a member of Griffin Nation. Check out your next steps. 

How to Pay Your Deposit Online

Acceptance and Housing deposits are paid online through GMercyU’s Student Self-Service Portal. Not sure where to start? Just follow these step-by-step instructions. If you have questions or need help, please contact your Admissions Counselor or call 215-641-5510 or send an email to and someone will help you. 

1. Sign in to your Self-Service account. You should have received your username and password in an email from a few days after you were accepted. Can’t find it in your inbox, junk, or spam folder? Please reach out to your Admissions Counselor!

2. Go to Self-Service at Please note that this is the only way that new students can access the Self-Service portal — you cannot do it through the GMercyU website! 

3. In the email with your username, you will also find the format for your password. The email is from Can’t find it in your inbox, junk, or spam folder? Please reach out to your Admissions Counselor!

**Make sure you're updating the password using the instructions in parenthesis! You need to change MMDD to your two-digit birth month and day, otherwise, you won't be able to log in. For example, if a student's birthday is January 1, they'd need to put 0101 before the rest of the password in order to access their account.**

4. Once you log in to Self-Service, click on the Student Finance tab. That is where you will be able to pay your deposit online.


5. The next screen will show an Account Summary. You’ll noticed that the balances are all set at $0.00—that’s perfectly normal! You won’t see actual balances there until the first billing statement is sent out. All you need to do is click the “Make a Deposit” link on the right side of the screen.


6. After you click the link, you will be redirected to our secure payment site—Touchnet—which will look like this:


7. At the bottom of the screen, select the deposit you want to pay from the drop-down menu. Please note that you can only pay one deposit at a time! We recommend paying the Acceptance Deposit first, then completing a separate transaction for the Housing Deposit if you plan to live on campus.


8. Once you select a deposit type, click the green “Continue” button to move forward.


9. On the next screen, you’ll be instructed to select a payment method. The deposits can be paid either by Electronic Check or Credit Card.


10. If paying by electronic check, you need to select the Account Type (Checking or Savings) and have both the Routing Number and Bank Account Number on hand—both of these can be found on the bottom of a check. Complete the form by adding your billing information, then click “Continue” to move to the confirmation page.


11. If paying by credit card, put in the card number, then click the green “Continue” button. On the next page, you’ll be asked to provide additional information about the card as well as a billing address. When you finish adding this information, click “Continue” to move to the confirmation page.


12. You’re almost done! The last thing you need to do is review your payment information and click the “Submit” button at the bottom of the screen. Please note that a confirmation email will automatically be sent to the personal email account that we have on file for you—so make sure to check your junk or spam folders for it (and forward it to your parents if necessary)!


13. Now, it’s official! Take some time to celebrate and soak in the moment. If you have any questions or concerns, reach out to the Office of Admissions at 215-641-5510 or

To be ready for fall, see your New Griffin Checklist. Welcome to the GMercyU Family!

*Acceptance deposits are non-refundable and applied to your tuition.