Any F-1 international students (and their dependents) that did not attend BJU first semester must report to the Designated School Official at their initial enrollment of the academic year. Bring the following items (including items for any dependents): Passport, Visa and Form I-20.
Returning Day Student & Graduate Assistant Check-In
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Student Life or Welcome Center
Day students and graduate assistants may check in at Student Life or the Welcome Center. (If you have no required on-campus activities on Monday, you may check in on Tuesday before your first required activity up until 5 p.m.) After you have scanned your ID card, complete your registration by accepting your preregistered class schedule or register for classes in StudentCentral prior to the close of registration on Tuesday at 5 p.m.
Check in at the RA desk in your residence hall. After you have scanned your ID card, complete your registration by accepting your preregistered class schedule or register for classes in StudentCentral prior to the close of registration on Tuesday at 5 p.m.
Available in Academic Resource Center. Your academic advisor will guide your academic journey. You will need to see your advisor to register for your classes and talk about academic goals. Prior to seeing your advisor, you should take any placement tests needed.
For students not enrolled last semester, come to the Student Center to claim your reservation. If you are a residence hall student, you will receive your room assignment and ID card at that time. Your ID card will provide access to your residence hall. You may move into your room as soon as you complete the check-in process.
Come meet Mr. Mark Vowels and the Center for Global Opportunities (CGO) team at this required meeting for all new international students. He will provide helpful information for your first semester at BJU.