Confirm your enrollment!

Now that you're admitted to Calvin (not admitted?), it's time to start making Calvin your place! Take these next steps to confirm your enrollment and get connected to the Calvin community.

Questions? Call us at (800) 688-0122 or (616) 526-6106.

Deadlines

May 1 (US citizens) or June 1 (Canadian and international citizens) if you are starting in September 2016.


STEP 1

Set up your Calvin account

Use your Calvin ID number (check your email or admission letter) to set up your Calvin account. Once you've set up your Calvin account, be sure to check your Calvin student email (ex: ab12@students.calvin.edu) for important messages.

STEP 2

Complete your enrollment forms through e-Enroll

All new students must complete the following enrollment forms via e-Enroll. Due: May 1 for U.S. students; June 1 for international students

  • Enrollment deposit: Confirm your place in the incoming class!
  • Housing application: Provide additional information to help in roommate matching.
  • Academic advising and orientation registration: Choose one of three dates this summer for academic advising and orientation. (Looking for an adventure? Consider Wilderness Orientation!)
Go to e-Enroll

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STEP 3

Apply for financial aid

We encourage every student to apply for financial aid as soon as possible.

Questions? Contact a financial aid counselor at 800-688-0122 or 616-526-6134, or email finaid@calvin.edu.

We'll keep you informed throughout the financial aid process, so check your email frequently to view your financial aid status, submit information and accept your awards.

002241 is the federal school code for Calvin College (FAFSA code).

STEP 4

Complete your health forms

All new students must complete certain forms and health requirements to ensure that our campus stays healthy! Due: July 1

STEP 5

Do you need to explore Calvin's wide range of disability services?

Contact the Office of Academic Services at calvin.edu/go/disability-services or (616) 526-6113.


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