Enrollment

 

Students who have been accepted into a graduate program at Anna Maria College take the following steps toward enrolling:
1. Submit your enrollment deposit. To secure your spot in our incoming class, a $100 deposit is required.

2. Receive your account credentials. After you deposit, you will be sent by mail your student identification number (needed for course registration) and instructions for accessing your school email account. Please be sure to check your AMCAT email account regularly! This is the primary form of communication used by faculty and administrative offices (such as the registrar and financial aid), so it is important for you to check your AMCAT account often for correspondence.

3. Schedule an appointment with your program director ASAP. Your program director will review your curriculum map, help identify your initial courses, and will further serve as your advisor as you move forward in your studies.

4. Register for courses. This may be completed at the time of your appointment with your program director, or you can individually register online after your meeting. Upon registering, you will receive a confirmation from the Registrar’s Office with your schedule.

5. Visit campus to get your Student ID card and parking permit. Student IDs include a library bar code and can be obtained at the Student Life Office, currently located in the Student Success Center on the first floor of Trinity Hall. Free parking permits are available by registering your vehicle with the Public Safety Office in Foundress Hall. If you’ve yet to visit campus, you can also schedule a tour through our Admissions Office (508-849-3423).

6. Pay your bill at least one week prior to classes starting. After you are registered for courses, you will receive a tuition bill from our Student Accounts Office. Payment for your classes is not due until a week before the session begins. Course access will not be given until your bill has been paid. For more information on financing options, click here.

7. Start your graduate classes. Anna Maria College offers four start terms where you can begin your graduate program: Fall (early-September), Spring (mid-January), Summer I (mid-May) and Summer II (early-July).

 

For additional question, please contact Paul Vaccaro, Associate Vice President for Enrollment, Community and Corporate Outreach at (508) 849-3482 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

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