Congratulations on Your Acceptance

You are officially one step closer to beginning your new path in health care. As a newly admitted student, we encourage you to review the information on this page to help guide you through the final stages of the enrollment process and prepare you for your first semester at Clarkson College.

Step 1

Financial Aid & Scholarships

The first step toward building a strong financial aid package is completing and submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is easier than ever to complete and essential for determining your eligibility for scholarships, loans, grants and on-campus work-study opportunities.


Financial Aid Resources

Explore the various loan and grant opportunities available to help fund your education.



Learn which scholarships you are eligible for as an in-coming or current student.

Step 2


Our Residence Hall houses up to 120 students in fully-furnished apartment units. You will be able to live with friends and classmates while enjoying your own secure, private bedroom and ample personal space.


Step 3

Advising & Registration Days

Along with the opportunity to meet with your academic advisor and map out your courses for the semester ahead, we also utilize Advising & Registration Days to introduce you to various student support services and personnel, while also knocking out several new student checklist items.

Once your confirmation form and deposit are checked in, you will receive an email with optional dates to register on-campus.

Updated Transcripts: Please make sure the Clarkson College Enrollment and Advising office has received your most up-to-date transcripts by your registration day appointment. It is the responsibility of the student to request new transcripts after each semester you complete. Classes cannot be transferred over without an official transcript. Official eTranscripts can be sent to Admissions@clarksoncollege.edu.

Step 4

New Student Orientation

If you are enrolled in an on-campus program, please plan to attend New Student Orientation the day before school starts. You will receive more information from the Enrollment and Advising team regarding times and the agenda for the day. In addition to meeting your fellow classmates and future faculty, you’ll also check important items off of your New Student To-Do List, such as obtaining your parking pass and picking up your student ID card.

Students listening in a classroom at a New Student Orientation event

Additional Information

Essential Student Resources

The Current Students page serves as a hub for important links and resources you'll frequently use.

We recommend that current students keep this page bookmarked.

Here, you'll find access to your student portals, email, library resources, and more. Notably, the page includes a link to our Forms and Handbooks page. We strongly advise every student to familiarize themselves with these critical documents, including resources on FERPA (see our brochure) and detailed College policies.

If you have questions, please share them with your academic and enrollment advisor.