Time to get #ReinhardtReady for Spring!
As a new Reinhardt student, there are several “steps” you will need to take care of prior to your arrival on campus. Please review the list below to make sure you have completed all the necessary steps so that you start the semester off on the right foot. For Adult Online and Graduate students, contact 770.720.9191 for steps to enroll.
Before attending Reinhardt, new Freshmen and Transfer students should:
Submit your $150 tuition deposit.
Your tuition deposit will secure your scholarships and hold your place in the incoming class. You can submit your tuition deposit here or by calling 770.720.5520.
Secure your financial aid.
Sign up for housing.
Housing contracts become available in early spring. Complete your housing application and submit your $200 housing deposit to secure a living space on campus. Housing is provided on a first-come, first-serve basis, so you are encouraged to submit your application and deposit early! Visit the Office of Residence Life for more information.
Make your reservation and attend New Student Orientation.
To help ease your transition, Reinhardt has designed the New Student Orientation (NSO) program. During NSO, you will learn more about life at Reinhardt and the many resources available to you, as well as meet with a faculty advisor to finalize your course schedule. Visit www.reinhardt.edu/orientation to learn more and to reserve your spot at NSO today!
While your schedule will be provided to you at NSO, we recomend that you browse the online University course offerings and begin organizing your ideas for future conversations with your Academic Advisor. Exploring the course options available to you before attending your orientation session will improve your advising experience at NSO. Prepare for your academic advising session by reviewing the undergraduate catalog at www.reinhardt.edu/catalog.
Send in your final transcripts.
Upon completion of your final semester, request that your high school and any colleges or universities you have attended send your final transcripts to the Reinhardt University Office of Admission.
Double-check your credit evaluations.
All transfer students or first-time students with dual enrollment credit who submit their college transcripts will receive a credit evaluation(s). Double-check to ensure that all classes for which you believe credit should be received are listed. For more information on our credit transfer policies, see the Academic Catalog.
Register for a parking decal.
If you plan to have a car on campus, apply for a parking permit from the Office of Public Safety. Choose “Parking Permit” located in the left hand navigation. If you plan to live on campus, you will need to have your housing assignment in order to register for your parking permit.
Complete Your Health History, HIPAA, and Meningitis forms.
Health History - Every new student is required to complete Reinhardt's Health History Form. This form provides the Student Health Center with health information required to comply with state and federal laws and assure quality health care for students while they are enrolled at Reinhardt. In addition, the Student Health Center requires proof of your immunization record against childhood diseases such as measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) and TB. Immunization information is required to be on file with the University Health Center for all students before the beginning of classes. Download your Health History Form and return it to the Office of Admission before or during Orientation. All students (both residential and commuters) must complete this form.
HIPAA - The HIPAA Privacy Rule provides federal protections for personal health information held by covered entities and gives patients an array of rights with respect to that information. At the same time, the Privacy Rule is balanced so that it permits the disclosure of personal health information needed for patient care and other important purposes.
Meningitis Form - State of Georgia Regulations require that all colleges/universities provide detailed information concerning the risks associated with Meningococcal Meningitis to all students residing in campus housing. Therefore, all Reinhardt University students residing in on-campus housing, including all residence halls and apartments, are required to submit a Meningococcal Vaccination Certification Form. Download your Meningococcal Vaccination Certification Form and return it to the Student Health Center before or during Orientation.
View your Business Office Student Account Statement online.
Tuition and fees are due prior to the beginning of the semester. You must log in to EagleWeb to view your statement. Reinhardt University will mail tuition and fee invoices, and an email will be sent to your Reinhardt email account as soon as statements have been prepared. Review your online account periodically for updates.
Complete the Haven and Alcohol.edu courses.
As part of Reinhardt’s comprehensive approach to alcohol education and sexual violence prevention, it is REQUIRED that all new incoming students complete targeted online wellness and prevention courses called “Haven” and “AlcoholEdu.” At Reinhardt, we work hard to provide a safe and healthy community; our students play an important role in upholding those values. Our goal is to reduce the negative consequences of alcohol misuse and abuse on campus, as well as incidents of unwanted sexual behavior. You will receive instruction on how to login in July. To take these courses, you will need a computer with internet access and audio capabilities. If you do not have access to a personal computer, you can use any publicly available computer with internet access. To learn more about Haven and AlcoholEdu visit www.reinhardt.edu/prevention and click on the “Traditional Student” box.
If necessary, complete the Voluntary Disclosure of Disability Form.
Reinhardt is committed to providing quality education for all of its students. If you have any needs that are a result of a disability, you may wish to request reasonable accommodations in order for you to be most successful. If you are a student with a disability, please download the Voluntary Disclosure of Disability Form and return it to the Academic Support Office. The information you provide will be released only to those offices responsible for providing assistance to students with disabilities. Disclosure is voluntary; however, all students seeking accommodations are responsible to provide the institution with appropriate, current documentation of the disabling condition and to request accommodations in a timely manner so that services can be in place for a semester. Accommodations are not granted retroactively. Upon receipt of this form, service providers will make personal connections with you and plan for the semester.
Reserve your U.S. Post Office Box.
Please be aware that there is no on-campus postal service for students; however, Post Office Boxes are available for a nominal fee at the Waleska Post Office which is located across the street from the Burgess Administration Building. To reserve a PO Box online, visit www.usps.com then 1) select Manage Your Mail, 2) Select Reserve or Renew a PO Box, 3) Click Find a PO Box, 4) Pick the Waleska Post Office by entering following ZIP Code: 30183, 5) Select Waleska Post Office, 6) Complete the online application, 7) Pay with any major credit card, 8) Bring the printed form, your emailed receipt, and two IDs to the Waleska Post Office to pick up your key.