This is it; you've made your college decision and we couldn't be happier that you've chosen to call McKendree University home. We hope that your transition to life at McKendree is as smooth as possible so please don't hesitate to contact your Admission Counselor with any questions.
From the entire Admission Office, welcome to the Bearcat Family!
After you've registered for classes, view the New Student Tutorial.
You will set up your McKendree account at your FYI session. Your email will be email@example.com. Your username will be first initial, last initial, student ID #.
WebAdvisor - View your schedule, find your books. see your financial aid, and make a payment.
Complete your housing application if you haven't done so already. Assignments will be sent to your McKendree email address.
If you've already submitted your housing application but need to make a change please submit a change of information/request form.
Check out Residence Life's FAQ's about living on campus. General move-in day is Wednesday, August 26, 2015.
Final High School Transcripts - must be sent if you graduated from high school in the last 5 years.
Final Post-Secondary Transcripts - must be sent from all institutions you have attended.
Financial Aid Documents - return the necessary forms from your financial aid package, including appropriate loan acceptance forms to ensure that your registration statement (aka your bill) is accurate.
FERPA Release Form - fill out this form if you'd like to authorize the release of your financial aid and/or academic information to someone.
Students starting in the fall must register for and attend NSO; it is essential to your college transition. The 2015 NSO program will be August 26-30. (NSO is optional for transfer students.)
Start planning ahead, check out the upcoming academic calendars.
Contact Jennifer Miller, Director of Student Success and Retention, to request changes to your schedule.
Your registration statement (aka your bill) will arrive about 1 month before the semester starts.
Complete a job application, search for job opportunities, and more using these helpful tips on Work Study student employment.