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Admitted Students

Admitted Students

Upon acceptance to the Ursuline College Accelerated Program (UCAP), your next steps include:

Step One: If you have not yet registered for classes, contact Arlana McElrath at 440-646-8360. Once registered for classes, you will:

  • Receive an email with your login information for email, MyUrsuline, & Desire2Learn.
  • Have access to your syllabi and course information via Desire2Learn 2 weeks prior to your class start date.
  • Receive official notification that your credit audit has been completed by our credit evaluator. In order to complete this evaluation, we must have all official transcripts from any college or university attended.

Step Two: Paying for school.

  • If using financial aid, upon completion of your FAFSA, you can expect to receive an award letter within 2-3 weeks. 
  • If you are using military benefits, contact Leah Sullivan, Registar, at 440-646-8126 to ensure she has everything needed to process your benefits. 
  • If you will be paying out-of-pocket, and want to set up a payment plan, contact Sue Valitsky at 440-646-8312 to discuss your options.

Step Three: Call Arlana at 440 646 8360 to schedule your orientation appointment.

Step Four: Review your syllabus and class information prior to the beginning of your classes. Access to your course syllabus opens 2 weeks prior to the start of classes via Desire2Learn. (2017 Fall 1 syllabi will be made available on Monday, August 14, 2017).

Step Five: Order your textbooks.

Upon acceptance to the Ursuline College Accelerated Program (UCAP), your next steps include:

Step One: If you have not yet registered for classes, contact Arlana McElrath at 440-646-8360. Once registered for classes, you will:

  • Receive an email with your login information for email, MyUrsuline, & Desire2Learn.
  • Have access to your syllabi and course information via Desire2Learn 2 weeks prior to your class start date.
  • Receive official notification that your credit audit has been completed by our credit evaluator. In order to complete this evaluation, we must have all official transcripts from any college or university attended.

Step Two: Paying for school.

  • If using financial aid, upon completion of your FAFSA, you can expect to receive an award letter within 2-3 weeks. 
  • If you are using military benefits, contact Leah Sullivan, Registar, at 440-646-8126 to ensure she has everything needed to process your benefits. 
  • If you will be paying out-of-pocket, and want to set up a payment plan, contact Sue Valitsky at 440-646-8312 to discuss your options.

Step Three: Call Arlana at 440 646 8360 to schedule your orientation appointment.

Step Four: Review your syllabus and class information prior to the beginning of your classes. Access to your course syllabus opens 2 weeks prior to the start of classes via Desire2Learn. (2017 Fall 1 syllabi will be made available on Monday, August 14, 2017).

Step Five: Order your textbooks.

Important information regarding your next steps:

  • For your reference, the following are the Session Start Dates for Fall 2017: 
    • Fall Session 1, August 28th 
    • Fall Session 2, October 2nd 
    • Fall Session 3, November 6th 
  •  If you’d like to plan ahead and review what courses you could take next, you can view the 2017-2019 Course Catalog here.
  • If you’re preparing for a family vacation in the near future or know you will need to take a break from your studies, view the academic calendar here to plan accordingly.
  • Review the following links for information on financial aid, desire2learn and other resources:

Important information regarding your next steps:

  • For your reference, the following are the Session Start Dates for Fall 2017: 
    • Fall Session 1, August 28th 
    • Fall Session 2, October 2nd 
    • Fall Session 3, November 6th 
  •  If you’d like to plan ahead and review what courses you could take next, you can view the 2017-2019 Course Catalog here.
  • If you’re preparing for a family vacation in the near future or know you will need to take a break from your studies, view the academic calendar here to plan accordingly.
  • Review the following links for information on financial aid, desire2learn and other resources:

Are you ready?

If you’re ready to see how you can change the world as an Ursuline student, begin your application below. Not ready to apply yet? Start learning more about Ursuline by requesting information or visiting today.