NEW and RETURNING Students

Report to Delany Hall

Step 1 – Check-In – Students will receive information on what is needed to complete REGISTRATION​

Step 2 – Admissions – Submit any missing documents (test scores, transcripts, etc.)​

Step 3 – Health Services – Submit immunization records and provide a copy of your health insurance cards. Returning students if your insurance coverage has changed please provide a copy of your updated insurance card.              ​

Step 4 – Academic Advising – Available to assist Students with their Spring 2024 schedule.​

Step 5 – Financial Aid – LOG into myfalconlanding to accept your Spring 2024 Financial AidAward.  Check Your Student Portal to see if there are any “Account HOLDS” or if you need to submit any documents to Financial Aid.​

Step 6 – Housing – Verify your room assignment and that your room charges are posted on your bill. (Please refer to your student portal) ​

Step 7 – Billing and Assessment – All students must receive a Cleared statement and verify that all charges have been posted on the bill prior to moving into your assigned residential hall.  ​

 Step 8 – Housing – Check into the Residential Hall using your HOUSING PERMIT.

View the academic calendar for important dates –  view here.


DayTimeLocation: Delany Building
Saturday, January 69:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.New freshmen, Re-Admits, and Transfers 
Saturday, January 611:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Returning Students


1. Student schedules must be approved by the student’s academic advisor. Freshmen and sophomores are advised by the Advising Center in Delany. Juniors and seniors are advised by their academic department.

2. Only students registered as Gateway students are permitted to register for GW or CM courses without permission from the Office of the Associate Provost.

3. Only students registered as graduate students are permitted to register for MPA courses.

4. Non-SAU students desiring to register for courses must first apply through the Office of Admissions.

5. A class load in excess of 18 hours is considered an overload and will require the documented approval of the Department Chair, School Dean, and written authorization from the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. A student whose cumulative grade point average is less than 3.00 may not register for overload hours in any semester.

6. No freshman may take an overload.

7. Additional tuition and fees will be charged (see Tuition and Fees) for overloads.


Summer Session I: May 16 – June 20 (online)

Summer Session II: June 26 – July 31 (on campus)

Learn anywhere. Anytime. 24 hours a day. 7 days a week.

Summer school is cost-efficient.

Summer school is convenient.


A student is not officially withdrawn from the University until an application has been signed by the appropriate university administrators and returned to the Office of the Registrar. Please contact your Student Success Coach or the Office of the Registrar to start the withdrawal process.