Early registration for the Spring 2017 semester will open at 12:01 a.m., Monday, October 17, 2016. You must see your adviser to discuss the classes you will take and your adviser will give you an Alternate Pin Number which will allow you to enter your classes through the Registration screen of Web Self Service. Or, you may prepare a Registration form and have it signed by your adviser and take it to the office of the Dean of your school or to the Registrar's Office to have it entered. Early registration is essential to assure that your financial aid will be ready when you return for the fall semester.
For the Spring 2017 term, students must pay tuition and fees NO LATER THAN 4:00 P.M., Wednesday, January 11, 2017. Students' schedules will be erased if payment is not received on or before this date; then registration must be completed again on a space-available basis during general registration January 12-13, 2017.
First 5-week/10 week Summer Session 2017 deadline for Tuition to be paid is May 25, 2017.
Second Summer Session 2017 deadline for tuition to be paid is June 29, 2017.
STUDENTS REGISTERING DURING GENERAL REGISTRATION:
New and continuing students on the Bluefield campus who have not early-registered may register on January 12 and 13, 2017, or during the first week of classes. All students must pay tuition and fees before attending classes.
Federal regulations require adjustment of federal financial aid awards and repayment by students who do not begin attendance in courses equaling the number of credit hours processed by financial aid.
Only those students who early-register for Spring Semester classes and who have complete financial aid files by December 1st will receive financial aid on January 9-11, 2017. Students who complete their financial aid files between December 1st and the beginning of the spring semester will still be able to start class if they work with the Financial Aid Office. Your aid may be delayed to February if you drop courses for which you early-register between the dates of early registration and fee payment. Prompt delivery of financial aid funds also is not guaranteed to students who are not registered or who are new.
Financial aid checks will be distributed as follows:
||January 9-11, 2017
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
||January 11, 2017
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
REPAYMENT OF FINANCIAL AID
If a student is a recipient of Title IV aid (PELL, SEOG, Loans, etc.) and totally withdraws from the institution prior to the tenth week of the enrollment period, the student will have to repay a portion of their aid according to the federal repayment formula. For details and clarification, please contact the Financial Aid Office.
Remember, a student may withdraw from class with grade of "W" through the twelfth Friday after the first day of class. Also, students with courses scheduled to run during the 8 week term may withdraw from a class with a grade of "W" through the fourth Friday after the first day of class.
NOTE: If you drop an on-line course (BLKBD or MOODLE), you have to complete a DROP slip and turn it into the Registrar's Office to be officially removed from the course roster.