HAMILTON CAMPUS

Next Steps to Gordon-Conwell

Domestic Students

Welcome!

The Hamilton Admissions Team hopes to provide the following resources for domestic, degree-seeking students looking to study at our Hamilton campus. We look forward to welcoming you to campus in the near future!

Questions? Please don’t hesitate to reach out ([email protected], 800-428-7329).

I plan to start my studies online...

  1. Your next steps to officially reserve your spot as a student are to return your completed Notification of Intent form and pay the $100 Matriculation deposit, which you can do online here (you will need your student ID, which should have been previously sent via email to you with your acceptance letter).
  2. After submission of your NOI form & Matriculation deposit, you should receive an automated email with your student account information and log-in within 24-48 hours. If for any reason you do not receive this, please reach out to [email protected].
  3. Before you register for classes, visit the Registration Hub to view your Degree Checklist (listing all required courses by degree), upcoming Course Schedule, Academic Calendar with important dates & much more. You can also schedule a meeting with one of our Academic Advisors (just email [email protected] to request), if you find you might need some direction on which courses to take.
  4. You are now ready to register for classes through our CAMS server (for a tutorial on CAMS or for more information on registration, click here).
  5. Once you’ve registered for courses, the library website is a great resource for e-books, journal articles, and more.
  6. You will also want to check out Canvas using your log in, where professors will include a lot of the information you need for your coursework (syllabus, assignments, grades, class discussions, etc.).
  7. It’ll also be super important to stay up to date on the latest Gordon-Conwell news and updates, checking your GCTS webmail regularly.
  8. Disability Support Services are available through our Student Life Offices. Please find more information here.
  9. If you haven’t yet done so, please explore steps for applying for Financial aid, including completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) & applying for Financial Aid with Gordon-Conwell (which are required for obtaining loans & grants for your time at Gordon-Conwell).
  10. Interested in scholarships and other available opportunities on campus? Check out a list of Scholarships & Grants available through Gordon-Conwell (prior to the application deadlines), and Partnership Program information (prior to the application deadlines).
  11.  Need more information on our Gordon-Conwell platforms, and which platforms are utilized for which activities? Check out our Student Platform page, where you will find out where to register for courses, find your syllabi, check your email, and much more!

I plan to start my studies on campus...

  1. Your next steps to officially reserve your spot as a student are to return your completed Notification of Intent form and pay the $100 Matriculation deposit, which you can do online here (you will need your student ID, which should have been previously sent via email to you with your acceptance letter).
  2. After submission of your NOI form & Matriculation deposit, you should receive an automated email with your student account information and log-in within 24-48 hours. If for any reason you do not receive this, please reach out to [email protected].
  3. Per Massachusetts State Regulations, residential students are required to have certain immunizations. Please review the immunization information here and submit your documentation to the Registration Office as soon as possible.
  4. Before you register, visit the Registration Hub to view your Degree Checklist (listing all required courses by degree), upcoming Course Schedule, Academic Calendar with important dates & much more. You can also schedule a meeting with one of our Academic Advisors (just email [email protected] to request), if you find you might need some direction on which courses to take.
  5. Once you’ve registered for courses, the library website is a great resource for e-books, journal articles, and more.
  6. You are now ready to register for classes through our CAMS server (for a tutorial on CAMS or for more information on registration, click here).
  7. You will also want to check out Canvas using your log in, where professors will include a lot of the information you need for your coursework (syllabus, assignments, grades, class discussions, etc.).
  8. It’ll also be super important to stay up to date on the latest Gordon-Conwell news and updates, checking your GCTS webmail regularly.
  9. It’s time to apply for housing on campus! You can view the apartment and dorm floor plans, check out housing rates, and apply for housing here.
  10. Massachusetts Law requires that all Full-Time students have health insurance coverage (whether through our Student Health Insurance Plan, or by demonstrating proof of sufficient health insurance coverage) so be sure to explore more information on this here.
  11. Upon arrival to the Hamilton campus, you will be assigned your mailbox # through Mail Services. Call or visit the mailroom for more information, or you can visit their website.
  12. Disability Support Services are available through our Student Life Offices. Please find more information here.
  13. If you haven’t yet done so, please explore steps for applying for Financial aid, including completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) & applying for Financial Aid with Gordon-Conwell (which are required for obtaining loans & grants for your time at Gordon-Conwell).
  14. Interested in scholarships and other available opportunities on campus? Check out a list of Scholarships & Grants available through Gordon-Conwell (prior to the application deadlines), and Partnership Program information (prior to the application deadlines).
  15. Upon arrival, if you have a vehicle, please visit the Mailroom as soon as possible to register your vehicle on campus, securing a Gordon-Conwell registration sticker that must be displayed on your vehicle’s back windshield. The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles also requires all students operating a vehicle with out-of-state license plates to complete a Non-Resident Driver Statement form, also available in the Mailroom. Upon completion, you will then receive a second sticker that you will also be required by the state to display on your front center windshield.
  16.  Need more information on our Gordon-Conwell platforms, and which platforms are utilized for which activities? Check out our Student Platform page, where you will find out where to register for courses, find your syllabi, check your email, and much more!

Questions? Email [email protected]. We’re here to help!

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