If your program requires a second deposit, it must be made by the deadline for a spot to be held (the first will not secure your place). Depositing does not officially ensure your spot in a graduate program without formal review and confirmation of receipt by Enrollment Management.
Deposits are credited against your charges for the following semester, but are not refundable should you not enter the University on the date for which you are accepted.
Next Steps for Enrolled Students
You may be responsible for registering for courses, or registration may be done by your academic department. If you are unsure, check in with your academic adviser, who can also help you assess and adjust your schedule. If you don’t have an assigned adviser, you can reach out to the chair of your department for assistance.
Register for classes and check your account balance, grades, and unofficial transcript through Self-Service. A week before classes start, you’ll find room assignments in Self-Service. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org (215-572-2898) if you have difficulties.
Access the academic calendar, graduate catalog, and forms and request transcripts through our Registrar.
If you’re taking at least six credits/semester, you can apply for a Graduate Assistantship. GAs typically work four to eight hours per week (with a maximum of 28 hours/week). Your role will be determined by your supervisor.
Some Oak Summit apartments are available for graduate students to be part of the Arcadia community while focusing on their studies. Graduate apartments range from 1-2 bedrooms and 1-2 bathrooms per space. To apply, contact email@example.com or 215-572-4026.
The Campus Life team manages a list of off-campus housing options near Arcadia. Note: The housing options listed are provided as a courtesy. Arcadia University assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided, nor does the University investigate or endorse any housing option listed.