You have been accepted to join the wonderful community and network that is Spring Hill College.
You have accomplished a lot to reach this stage, so we want to congratulate you on all your hard work. Keep it up!
Now that you have been accepted to Spring Hill College, what is the next step to becoming a Badger?
Make your deposit
Say "Yes" to joining the best college community in the South with your enrollment deposit. As a resident student, your deposit of $350 reserves residential housing space for you and a place in the class, as well as, ensures you will receive summer orientation information. A commuter deposit of $200 reserves a place for you in the class and ensures you will receive summer orientation information.
Spring Hill College uses the afford.com online payment system.
Register for Badger Connection
Badger Connection is the first step of your journey to a successful college experience at Spring Hill College. Register now for one of our sessions in June.
Log In to BadgerWeb
BadgerWeb is our information hub for students, faculty, and staff. Once you have made your deposit, it will become your primary source for information about Spring Hill. You will receive a username and password when your BadgerWeb account has been created.
Visit Spring Hill
If you haven't already, you need to schedule your visit to the Hill! Our 380-acre campus is one of the most picturesque you will find. You can choose a Senior Select Visit Day or a private visit.
Submit Your Test Scores
Be sure to send any additional ACT or SAT scores you receive. With an increase in score, we will look to see if you are eligible for any additional scholarships.
Submit Your Housing Contract
Read the Terms and Conditions and submit the Housing Intent Form to ensure your place on our beautiful campus.
- Housing Terms and Conditions 2013-14
- New Student Housing Intent Form 2013-2014
- Learning Community Request Form
Stay healthy on The Hill
As a student on The Hill, we want to make sure you stay healthy. Download these required health forms and send them in to the Wellness Center to make sure you are taken care of.
Talk to your counselor!
Your Admissions Counselor is available to answer any questions you may have about the process, or Spring Hill. Just ask!
Meet other students considering Spring Hill!
Join the Facebook group for your graduating class with the link below to see where your potential classmates are from and get to know them before you ever reach the Hill.
File the FAFSA
Once you enter the Spring of your Senior Year, you need to file the FAFSA. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will help our Financial Aid Office determine if you are eligible for any additional funding to help make Spring Hill College more affordable for you and your family.
Thinking about Financial Aid
The first question students and parents think of once receiving the Acceptance letter is "What is Financial Aid, and how do I get it?" Here are some resources to get you started.