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Spring 2011 Check-in

Check-In is a process that all students must go through at the beginning of each semester. First-year students, this will be a different Check-in process than the one you experienced in fall.

Check-in is the University’s way of making sure that each student has taken care of everything required to be ready for the new semester.

It’s mandatory for every student at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters. To verify your status you may call our check-in hotline at 866-439-3331.

If you paid your bill andĀ turned inĀ all of your other paperwork due to the University by Dec. 16, you will be allowed to go through Speedy Express Check-in.

This simple process rewards you for doing what needs to be done before the first day of school.

How do I check-in?

For all returning students: All returning students will receive a letter in their student mailbox stating whether or not they have Speedy Express or Hold status.

Students will also be receiving letters in the weeks leading up to check-in telling them the items they still need to complete to achieve Speedy Express status. Be sure to check your mailbox as soon as you get to campus.

Students with Speedy Express status will receive a yellow card with directions on how to check-in online. You must check-in by midnight, Monday, Jan. 10, 2011.

Students with Hold status will receive a red Hold card and must check-in at the Financial Aid Office in the Willis Center from 1 to 4 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 10, 2011.

A $100 late Check-in fee will be charged to students who have not completed check-in by midnight on Monday, Jan. 10, 2011.

Do I still have to check-in if I’m living off-campus? Yes, all students, regardless of their housing arrangement, must go through check-in.

Don’t confuse moving into your hall with check-in. They are two different things.

Residence Halls will reopen at 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 9, 2011 and spring semester classes will begin Tuesday, Jan. 11.

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