Next Steps


Quality Education Within Reach

Our commitment to education for life means just that—education that will give you advantages financially, intellectually, and socially, for the rest of your life. Whether you are on-campus, in-town, or off-the-beaten path, you’ll exchange ideas and build relationships with faculty, students, and community members alike. You’ll discover the “ classroom” extends far beyond ivy-covered walls to the greater Newberry community, region, and world. Live, learn, play, and get a whole life education at Newberry.


Review and accept your scholarships, grants, and loans

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.

The link below will allow you to research and compare alternative loan programs. We strongly suggest looking at all of your options before making a final decision.

Private Student Loans/Fast Choice—Great Lakes Educational Loan Services, Inc. has a private/alternative education loan selection tool that provides basic information on alternative loans and detailed listings of the various interest rates, borrower benefits, fees and repayment options.

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.

Make your enrollment deposit & payment arrangements

Download the payment method form from the financial aid section of the Wolf Den. Use the table to compute your estimated costs. Determine the balance owed by subtracting your awards and loans from your estimated costs. Determine how you wish to pay the balance. Register for our Tuition Management System to explore payment options and set up your payment plan.

Register and attend student orientation

Once you have paid your enrollment deposit, you may register online for student orientation through the Wolf Den. All new and transferring students are required to attend orientation, which is held throughout the summer months of June, July, and August.

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 your enrollment deposit is paid 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.