Arrival & Check-In Information
Arrival time for ALL new
on- or off-campus students
are scheduled to arrive on . Follow the Welcome New Students signs which will take you to Mercer Hall. The check-in process begins on the main level of Mercer in the Admissions Office and includes other locations. Campus offices are available for check-in from 8:30 a.m. - noon and 1:15 - 4 p.m.
New students will have their first campus meal at the Welcome-to-Bryan dinner for resident students only at 5:30 p.m. Monday evening in the Rhea County Room.
Resident students are encouraged to arrive as early in the day as possible to go through the check-in process. After you have checked in, you may move into your room. Your ID card, room key, parking pass and mailbox information will be given to you during check-in.
– Commuting students arrive on from 8:15- 8:45 am. Please go directly to Mercer – 2 nd floor – Admissions Office. Commuters are invited to go to breakfast in the Dining Hall/Rhea County Room after you have completed check- in. Your breakfast will be provided by the Office of Student Life. .
New Student Orientation begins on Tuesday, January 14
|8 - 8:40am Breakfast for all new students||Dining Hall, Rhea County Room|
8:45 - 10:15 New Student Orientation
All Resident and Commuter students are required to attend
|Rhea County Room|
|10:30 - 11 Group Advisee Meetings||Faculty Offices|
|11 - noon Individual Advisee Meetings||Faculty Offices|
|To see the complete Orientation Day schedule, click here.|
- Bank Info | Commuter FAQ | Residential FAQ
- Reminders: Required Insurance | Required Forms
- If you are interested in playing varsity sports but have not been in contact with a coach, please write or call the coach listed here and let him know of your interest. Please do this soon!
- Spouses of full-time students may take one regularly scheduled course, tuition free, each semester of their spouse's full-time enrollment. This benefit is available when the student's spouse is taking one course only. This benefit covers tuition only and does not include any lab fees, studio fees, books, or other costs associated with the course. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information.
- The Student Handbook is available online. Please be sure to read the Handbook and become familiar with its contents.
- The College is unable to provide guest housing on campus. Click here for information about area lodging.