1. Create CIS account
Your admissions letter includes your student ID, which you need to access Campus Information
2. Activate your university e-mail account
Please note all official university communication will be sent to your UMail account.
You can also Activate your UMail account using CIS.
3. Confirm your intent to enroll and submit your enrollment deposit
Submit enrollment deposit. Your enrollment deposit goes towards your tuition bill.
If the enrollment deposit is a financial challenge, you may request a deposit extension.
All requests must be in writing and submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Confirm your enrollment
4. Register for Transfer New Student Orientation
Orientation is mandatory for new students. You will register for classes and connect
with your college at orientation, so register for the earliest orientation available.
5. Check your financial aid status
If you completed the FAFSA. Follow up on any requests from the University Office of
Scholarships and Financial Aid in a timely manner. Make sure your financial aid file
is complete by the Feb. 1 Financial Aid Priority Date for consideration for all available
aid options, including need-based scholarships, grants, and work study.
6. Accept financial aid through the Financial Aid Tile
Accept financial aid through the Financial Aid Tile and the Financial Aid Offer Letter