This form will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete ONLINE and must be done at one sitting. All sections of this form must be completed to attend the Summer Registration Day for fall students, or before classes begin for spring students.
After you have submitted the Student Information Form you will receive the following message:"Your form has been successfully submitted".
2. Housing Preference Form - All incoming residential and commuter students must fill out this required form.Due June 1 for fall students, and January 15 for spring students.
3. Health Insurance Enrollment/Waiver Form - (Link available later mid-summer.) Full-time students are required to have health insurance. Enroll in the college plan, or waive the college plan and indicate your insurance plan. Due Aug 1 for fall students, January 31 for spring students.
4. Health History Record— (also enclosed in the mid-May orientation mailing) Please take these four (4) forms to your doctor/healthcare provider. Don't forget to get your physical! Due Aug 1 for fall students, January 31 for spring students.
5. College Alcohol Course – The course will be accessible June 1. Registration code is jackets. You will need your new email address and password. This course does not have to be done at one sitting. Due Aug. 1 for fall students, and February 9 for spring students.6. Examine course selection information -- Prepare to select your first semester of R-MC courses. Requires R-MC log-in. Due before Summer Registration Day for fall students, before advising meeting for spring students.Complete and submit these additional forms as applicable.
7. Athletic Training Forms – For varsity athletes only. You must also complete the Health History Record. (See above)
8. Disability Registration and Disclosure Forms – Due June 1 for fall students, inquire with Disability Support Services for spring students' deadline.
9. Financial Aid Forms - For students seeking financial aid.10. Register for R-MC Alerts - For students who wish to receive text alerts regarding campus safety issues.