Welcome to St. Mike's!

smiling student welcomeWe are looking forward to having you join us in August. Here are your next steps towards becoming a Saint Michael's College student.

Join the Class of 2018 Facebook page

This is a fantastic place to meet and interact with your future classmates. Find a roommate, learn about clubs and activities, keep up-to-date on important events and deadlines; you can do it all in this space.

Submit your Enrollment Deposit (May 1)

Once you submit your deposit, you are officially confirmed as an incoming St. Mike's student. Keep an eye on your e-mail inbox, because soon you will get an important form that will guide you through major and minor selection, selecting classes, and more. If you are an English Language/Pathway student, visit our enrollment and arrival page for more information.

Receive the New Student Guide (end of May)

The New Student Guide is your primary resource for all the information you need to make your transition to your first day of classes as a Saint Michael’s student as well-informed and successful as possible. The Guide will walk you through everything from how to register for classes to arranging for your housing to what to expect in the dining hall. You'll receive your MIKENET account credentials in your guide, which you need to apply for housing and to fill out important forms.

Apply for Housing (June 6)

You'll need your MIKENET account (located in your New Student Guide) to apply for housing. Visit our New Student Housing Application page for more information on how to apply for housing.

Choose your first semester classes (June 6)

Fill out your Academic Profile and Pre-registration Form by June 6 (requires MIKENET account), then meet with an entrance advisor for help registering for classes at a Summer Registration Day (July 11, 15, or 18) or consult with an entrance advisor by phone or email (July 1-31).

Come for New Student Orientation (August 29-31)

Our student orientation crew will help bring your gear to your new dorm room.

Begin your first day of class (September 1)

Congratulations, you are now a full-time college student. Study hard, and have fun!

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