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After careful consideration, Arcadia has decided to move all fall courses online. Explore how to get academic support, tips for virtual learning, and the resources available to help you succeed.
Most new first-year undergraduates are registered for fall classes. You can check your tentative schedule on Self-Service. Log in using your MyArcadia email and password, click on the “Home” tab, and select “View Schedule.” If you have not yet submitted your course preference form and completed your online placement tests, please do so immediately; registration is typically completed within ten days after we’ve received these materials. Schedules will remain tentative until Aug. 26, when you will receive schedule confirmation and the assignment of your academic adviser, with whom you can discuss your questions and plans.
When you register for classes, your schedule is confirmed, but you may not have been assigned to a permanent academic adviser yet. You can find your academic adviser by logging into Self-Service using your MyArcadia email and password, clicking on the “Home” tab, and selecting “View Schedule.” You can work with your adviser to assess and adjust your schedule. If you don't have an assigned academic adviser, you can reach out to the chair of your department or major for assistance.
We know how important it is for new students to make connections and form friendships through community and social activities. We’re designing ways for you to engage and socialize virtually.
The Office of Financial Aid will guide you through the financial aid process, while the Office of Career Education will help you explore employment options, support your career goals, and guide you toward professional success.
As a new student, you should also familiarize yourself with Financial Aid Forms and the Financial Aid Portal, where you can check the status of your financial aid application, view your financial aid awards, accept or decline your awards online, and view your federal student loan history. If you have questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.