You’re on your way to becoming a Badger! Follow this checklist to make the process as easy as possible. Please don’t hesitate to contact our Office of Admissions at 800-742-6704 with any questions you might have.
Make it Official
Confirm your spot on The Hill with your enrollment deposit. The deposit is $350 for resident students and $200 for commuters. Many of the steps below are for students who have committed to Spring Hill College. You have until May 1, 2017, the National Candidate’s Reply Date to decide.
Connect with the Class of 2021!
The relationships you form at Spring Hill will stay with you for life. Joining the official “Class of 2021” Facebook page is an easy way to connect with your new classmates! Share updates, post pictures, and find out about upcoming events. Join now!
Next Steps for Confirmed Students
Once you have submitted your enrollment deposit, you will be able to take even more steps in your journey to becoming a Badger.
Housing on The Hill
Registration for housing is now open for students who have confirmed their place in the incoming class. Explore your Residence Life options and submit your New Student Housing Application.
Register for Badger Connection
Badger Connection is our summer orientation for incoming students and parents and is the first step of your journey to a successful college experience at Spring Hill College. There are several sessions to choose from in June. Register online for Badger Connection.
Complete the Financial Aid Checklist
We have provided a list of important steps you need to take to secure your Financial Aid at Spring Hill College. Learn more about completing the Financial Aid Process. When submitting the FAFSA, include Spring Hill College’s code – 001041.
Set Up Your Online Health Forms Account
We use the Med+Proctor online system for our health and immunization forms. Use your SHC email address to register, create your own password, fill out your medical history, and download/upload your immunization forms to the Med+Proctor site. The deadline for these forms is August 1.
- A licensed healthcare professional MUST complete and sign THESE forms. ALL green sections are required.
- PRINT CLEARLY WITH DARK BLACK INK. A computer will be reading your forms.
- NO other forms of documentation will be accepted. (Blue Cards, Yellow Cards, State Immunization Records, etc. are NOT accepted.)
- Do not fold or cut these forms. Do not mark on the border lines of these forms.
- Include the Border Lines in your scanned images.
- Consult your Healthcare Professional regarding any and all of the following immunizations, regardless of whether they are required, recommended or optional.
- A healthcare professional’s signature is required for immunization dates AND Tb test results.
Complete the Foreign Language Assessment before Badger Connection
Incoming students must complete the foreign language placement exam online for Badger Connection. No outside books or other resources can be used while taking the assessment. The online placement exam measures your language skills in Chinese, French, German or Spanish so that you may be placed in the appropriate level of foreign language coursework.
Students are required to complete six hours of a foreign language as part of the core curriculum. Your placement reflects your current language skills. Placing into a higher level does not give you academic credit for a lower level class. Students who place at the 300 level may be required to meet with a member of the faculty in the Department of Foreign Languages prior to the beginning of classes. Students whose high school language of instruction was not English are exempt from the Foreign Language requirement.
Learn More about Academic Coursework
Curious to know what you’ll take in the fall and how you’ll choose your classes? Visit the Center for Academic Support and Advising’s Academic FAQ page to learn all about the CORE Curriculum, Placement Tests, and Majors! You’ll find sample schedules and learn more about what happens if you’re coming in with college credit.
Need Information on Academic Accommodations?
To receive academic accommodations, you will need to turn in documentation and the self identification form. Visit the Academic Accommodations page to find the self identification form and a description of acceptable documentation. You can also contact the Center for Academic Support and Advising at 251-380-3470 for more information.
Make Sure Your Passport is Up to Date
There’s a strong chance that you’ll end up traveling abroad during your time on The Hill. From the SHC Italy Center to a variety of mission trips, there are a number of opportunities for you to get out and see the world. Prepare now by applying for a passport or making sure that your current one is up to date at the U.S. Department of State Website.
Move-In Day – August 18, 2017
Move-In Day for freshmen is August 18, 2017. Settle in, start classes and enjoy life as a Badger.