​Things to Consider

Take these steps to help make your transition to college and your first semester smoother.

Registering for Classes

Fall 2017

First-year students will complete the First Term Enrollment Selection process, an online course request form, in the summer and an advisor will build your schedule for you. Transfer students will want to look for an email from your home school or college regarding your registration process.  More information about course registration will be available on the ReadySet website.

Spring 2018

For those who did not previously register for classes, on-campus registration for new students for the spring 2018 semester will take place during orientation on January 13.


SummerStart

(For first-year students admitted to the fall semester)

The optional SummerStart program ensures that you have a smooth transition from high school to college. You’ll take credit-bearing college courses with other entering students, live in a residence hall, and participate in an orientation seminar that will introduce you to campus life.

You may register for seven college credits during the University’s second summer term, July 3 to August 11. SummerStart and your college will help you select courses appropriate to your degree program.

Learn more about SummerStart.

International students

If you are an international student with an I-20 for the fall semester, please contact the SummerStart program and indicate your need for an updated I-20 to reflect your SummerStart program date.


Disability Services

The Office of Disability Services (ODS) facilitates equal access to all academic programs and services for students with physical, sensory, psychological, or learning disabilities.

ODS provides support services for students with documented disabilities. Please contact ODS immediately following admission to arrange for necessary services and accommodations.

Explore all services and support