2. Submit Your Intent to Enroll
Submitting your Intent to Enroll tells us that you plan to attend the university. It also allows you to register for classes early as well as access academic advising - which is essential to helping you to become a more successful student.
The tuition deposit is waived if you have applied for financial aid (i.e. submitted a FAFSA). For those not receiving financial aid, the $100 deposit is applied toward your tuition balance after you have registered for classes. .
Note: Submit this form only if you have received an acceptance letter from the Office of Admissions.
DISTANCE LEARNING STUDENTS ONLY
In submitting your Intent to Enroll, all Distance Learning students agree to the computer requirements and understand the course rotation of receiving online instruction. Students must have timely access to a computer and internet connection to participate in chat sessions and complete required assignments. To learn more about the computer and internet service requirements needed to participate in the program, visit the Online Student Tutorials.
Distance Learning Program courses are offered on a rotating basis. If students choose not to register for a certain course at the time it is offered, it may affect their eligibility to register for courses offered in subsequent semesters. Ultimately, this may delay the completion of their program requirements and graduation. Prerequisite courses are not offered every semester, so students are strongly encouraged to contact their faculty advisor or distance learning advisor regularly.