Accepted Students

Welcome future #Saxons2023! Congratulations on your acceptance to Alfred University!

Accepted Student Checklist

  1. Submit the Deposit
    The $300 deposit holds your place as an incoming student. Deposit today!
  2. Accepted Student Open House
    Join us for a campus visit! It's the perfect time to come meet potential classmates, speak with professors, learn more about clubs and organizations and tour the campus. Our Accepted Student Open Houses are on March 30 and April 13.
  3. Financial Aid
    Submit the FAFSA as soon as possible. Learn more about the FAFSA and how to complete this step. AU's school code is: 002668.
  4. Join the Alfred U Class of 2023 on Facebook
    Interact with future classmates, ask questions to the admissions team, participate in our trivia & contests to win prizes, and so much more. Who knows, you might meet your best friend and future roommate!
  5. Join our Facebook Group Exclusively for Parents
    We invite you to talk with one of our most valuable resources- other parents! This private Facebook group is the perfect venue to voice questions or concerns and, most importantly, get answers! This group provides easy access to a wealth of information outside of "typical" work hours.

Deposited Student Checklist

  1. Campus Email Address
    All students have access to the University's computer network and receive an Alfred University email account. The first step after depositing is to set-up your campus email account. All AU communications will be sent to your new student email address.
  2. Residence Life & Housing
    Alfred University offers students several distinct living styles and communities. All residence halls are co-ed, either by floor or by room/suite/apartment (same gender in room). Bathrooms are designated male or female.
  3. Health Forms
    Alfred University has a Health & Wellness Center right on campus. Learn more about the required Health Forms, Health Insurance, and Immunizations needed before enrolling as a student.
  4. Summer Orientation
    Orientation is a time for you to get to know your classmates and the campus. We have special programs and activities that will bring you up to speed both socially and academically.
  5. Course Registration & AP/College Credit
    You will receive a registration packet in the mail from the Registrar’s office along with information from your Dean’s office with instructions on signing up for classes. If you’ve taken AP courses or earned college credits, please request to have official score reports and transcripts sent to the Registrar’s office in order for courses to be evaluated for credit.
  6. FAQs
    Check out our Frequently Asked Questions for accepted students for answers to questions you may have, or call the admissions office at 800-541-9229.

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