Next Steps for Admitted Students

Ready to be a Hornet? Reserve your spot in our incoming class!

  • Log into your application portal.
  • Select Reply to Offer of Admission (you may have new documents under Status Update you have to review first).
  • Pay your $350 non-refundable enrollment deposit, either a) online through your status portal by electronic funds transfer or credit card, or b) mail a check to us (remember: that might take longer!).
  • Once you deposit, you will receive a confirmation email with your student ID number.

Already deposited? Here’s what’s next

Your status portal will change over to a matriculation checklist, with several items you will need to complete in the summer before you arrive on campus. Key items include, but are not limited to, the following actions:

Submit your official final transcripts (deadline: June 30)

You can upload transcripts through your status portal, or have them e-mailed to the Office of Admission.

High school transcripts — must show a) all coursework and grades earned in your senior year, and b) your graduation date. Check with your high school before you graduate to ensure they are prepared to send by June 30.

College transcripts — includes all dual enrollment or early/middle college credit received in high school, and college-level classes in progress when you were admitted. You will need to contact the institution where you completed college coursework to have them send your final, official transcript.

Prepare to live on-campus

Complete your housing application: Log into your status portal and select “Housing Application” from your matriculation checklist. First-year students should submit their application by June 1. Transfer students have to complete by June 15. Check out the Office of Residential Living website for more details.

Start assembling your medical information. Review our Entrance Medical Record Forms and Other Information for New Students

Mark your calendars for orientation and other important dates in the upcoming academic year.

Activate your KNET ID/Check your campus e-mail

Your KNET ID gives you access to many campus resources, including Hornet Hive, Hornet HQ, Moodle, Handshake, and your campus e-mail. Use the Activating your KNET Network Account – Information Services page to set up your account and access these portals.

Once activated, log into your campus e-mail and check your portal regularly, especially your campus e-mail. Campus resources will start to send important information through Hornet Hive and your campus e-mail, rather than your personal e-mail address.

International students: Apply for your student visa

Learn more about this process through the Student Visa Information section of the International Students – Admission page.