Enrollment Central is a program reserved for our students who are attending college for the first time. This day-long orientation program helps students learn more about resources available on campus as well as participate in academic advising and enrollment.
Enrollment Central sessions for the summer and fall semesters will begin in May 2016. Signup will begin in late March 2016. We encourage you to visit this site again after Spring Break for more information and to reserve your spot. An appointment is required in order to attend.
Transfer Enrollment Days and Enrollment Central Online
New transfer students must complete the academic orientation process by completing Enrollment Central Online, a web-based orientation to university services and resources. Students who have completed Enrollment Central Online and met with an academic advisor can sign up to participate in Transfer Enrollment Days around the first of April. Transfer Enrollment Days are brief workshops where we help you take care of the basics. We will get you an ID, help you with your parking permit, and we will help you build your class schedule. Participating in a Transfer Enrollment Days session allows you to enroll well before the normal opening of new transfer student enrollment, April 25, 2016. Specific dates and signup will be available here March 1, 2016.
Unsure Where You Belong?
If you are unsure which of these events is appropriate for you, we have provided a few tips:
- Freshmen – students who are coming directly from high school with or without concurrent/AP credits; students who have never attended another university (except concurrent credit) should attend Enrollment Central
- Transfer – students transferring from another institution (two-year or four-year) regardless of their classification as freshmen (less than 30 earned hours) or higher should attend Transfer Enrollment Days or complete Enrollment Central Online
- Non-Degree Seeking/Second Bachelor’s Degree – students who are not looking to complete a degree at Central or who are obtaining a second bachelor’s degree have no Orientation Program requirement; contact Undergraduate Advisement directly
- International students – students completing the high school equivalent and attending college at Central should attend required International Orientation programming; contact Global Affairs for details.