Now that you have officially committed to Westminster College, we know you are eager to complete the next steps. Your first step is to complete the New Student Information form which will be made available here by March 15, 2016.
This form requires a network account which is created immediately following the receipt of your deposit. You will receive an email from our LIS department with your network username and an introduction to our network resources. Your password will not be contained in the email as part of our security practices. The initial password is your student ID # plus a combination of letters and characters. Your student ID may also be found on your deposit receipt (arriving via U.S. mail). Once you receive both your username and password, feel free to get online and get started!
BUILDING YOUR CLASS SCHEDULE: The Registrar’s Office will use the information you provide on the New Student Information form to assist you and the faculty during academic advising on your New Titan Day. It is critical that you complete this form prior to attending a New Titan Day. You will create your own schedule while on campus.
The Registrar's Office will build schedules for students who are unable to attend a New Titan Day, also using the information provided on the New Student Information form.
TITAN CARD: Your student ID is an important piece of information. Your photo will be taken at your New Titan Day OR on your move in day. Please bring a driver's license, state issued ID, birth certificate, or passport (something showing your name and date of birth).
HEALTH FORMS: There are two required health forms and they must be mailed to campus by July 15th. They are located in the health center section of this page.
SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS: There are two summer assignments for you to complete. The first is the common reading. Books will be distributed during New Titan Days and will be mailed to the homes of students who are unable to attend. Please be sure to look at the reader’s guide and complete and print the essay before coming to campus.
The second assignment is an online course on alcohol and sexual violence education. We are required by law to provide this education, but we also believe it is very important. Failure to complete this assignment will impact your Wellness class assignments and will have you placed on a registration hold for Spring semester. Access to the course will be emailed to you on July 15.
ORIENTATION (FRESH START) DATES: Move in for new students is Friday, August 26 beginning at 8 a.m. Fresh Start runs August 26-28 and is a three-day program required of all first-year students. A transfer track is available for transfer students wishing to participate. Parent and family programming will conclude on Friday following lunch.