Review and accept your scholarships, grants, and loans.
After being accepted to Newberry and completing your FAFSA, you will be able to review and accept your scholarships, grants, and loans online through the Wolf Den, our student account center. We will notify you with a postcard and/or email when your award letter is ready for your review.
Complete any remaining financial aid paperwork.
We may require some additional paperwork in order to process your scholarships and grants. These requirements will be listed in the Wolf Den when you review your financial aid package.
Pay your enrollment deposit.
Students are asked to confirm their intention to enroll by remitting an enrollment fee of $300.
This deposit is refundable until May 1st for students enrolling for the fall semester and until December 1st for students enrolling for the spring semester. You can pay by cash, check, or credit/debit card. To pay by credit/debit card,you can sign onto your Wolfden account or please call us at 1-800-845-4955 x 5127 if you need assistance.
Determine how you intend to pay the balance of your bill.
Financial aid may not be enough to cover your balance. Though you won't get your official bill from Newberry College until mid-July, you can get a good estimate of your balance by completing the steps below; you can also make all the necessary arrangements for payment.
Register for student orientation.
Once you have paid your enrollment deposit, you may register online for student orientation through the Wolf Den.
Complete Student Affairs documents.
After you register for orientation, you will receive information from the Office of Student Affairs regarding our orientation schedule, housing, parking, and medical paperwork. You will need to complete and submit these documents to the Office of Student Affairs.
Register for your classes.
Once you have paid your enrollment deposit and your financial aid is complete, you will receive an email from our Executive Director of the Student Center for Success, informing you and your Academic Advisor that you are ready to begin the class registration process. Once you and your Academic Advisor have agreed on your class schedule, he or she will submit it to the Registrar's Office. This should be completed prior to orientation. If you would like to make changes to your schedule after it has been submitted, you may do so at orientation.
All new and transferring students are required to attend orientation, which is held throughout the summer months of July and August.
Still have questions about enrollment? Get more information about financial aid, schedule a visit, or contact us.
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