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Your deposit is what secures your spot on campus and allows you to register for classes.
Do you have your eye on a particular residence hall? Housing priority is based on when a
student submits their deposit, so get it in early!
As a freshman, or transfer student, you have multiple options for housing.
You could live in an all freshman community or live among sophomores, juniors and seniors.
It's your choice! The hardest part is choosing.
We recognize that the cost of higher education is an important factor while making your college
decision. We have provided a way to receive an early estimate of your financial aid package. Keep
in mind, this is only an estimate. Your financial aid package could be larger or smaller depending
on the final calculations. If you have already submitted your FAFSA, financial aid packages
are viewable at the link below by the middle of March
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All new for 2014, incoming freshmen and transfers will arrive on campus nearly a week before the
rest of the student body. This week of orientation is an intentional time for you to get acclimated
to college life. Between meeting in small groups, doing service projects, and taking a general
education class, you should be ready to start Fall 2014 at the top of your game!
If you plan to live in a residence hall, check your Residence Life room letter for information about your specific move-in time.
Download NSO schedule and details on Guidebook at https://guidebook.com/guide/14267/
Take time to look at the To-Do lists and Helpful Resources in the Guide.
Having trouble getting through the process? We are here to help!
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Not sure who your counselor is? Contact the admissions call center at 765.677.6507 and we will be able to answer your questions!