Graduate School of Education, Communication And Business Students Only
Congratulations on selecting High Point University as the place to pursue your graduate degree!
Below are some resources to get you started on your academic journey at High Point University.
Moving to High Point, NC?
Our handy Relocation Guide for Incoming Graduate Students will provide you with insight into all things High Point, NC. A list of apartments, banking, outdoor activities, shopping, restaurants and other pertinent information can all be found in the guide.
Important First Steps
Matriculation Deposit – Accepted applicants must sign their admission letter and pay the nonrefundable $100 matriculation deposit within 30 days of acceptance; the matriculation deposit is credited to the account of the student for the term of admission and cannot be waived or applied to another term. An offer of admission is good for the designated term only and is void if it is not accepted.
Financial Aid – Many graduate students use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) loans to support their graduate education (HPU School Code 002933). FAFSA loans are managed through the Office of Student Financial Planning, which is located on the first floor of Roberts Hall. If you have specific questions, contact the Graduate School Financial Aid Advisor, Barbara Mullis, by phone at 336-841-9137 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuition/Payment Options – Payment for tuition can be made by check, money order or credit card (Mastercard, Discover, and American Express). A convenience fee may be applied to all payments paid by credit card or debit card. The Office of Student Accounts is located on the first floor of Roberts Hall.
Academic Calendar – Mark your calendars with important dates, including new student orientation
New Student Orientation/Registration – Each student will be required to attend a new student orientation prior to the start of the semester. At new student orientation each student will get a chance to meet with their program coordinator, register for classes, order books and make tuition payments. Campus tours are also available if desired by the student.
Parking Sticker – In order to register your vehicle for the academic year, please click here. To log in and register you will use your network username and password. While there, you should review the updated parking regulations. Please bring your vehicle registration to New Student Orientation in order to obtain your parking decal. If you need assistance with registering your vehicle, please call the Security Service Center at (336) 841-9142.
Passport Card – The Passport Card will not only serve as your identification on campus but it will also provide access to academic buildings and the library and is the only way to pay for food and other merchandise on campus. Passport Cards can be obtained in the Security office at the R.G. Wanek Center. High Point University is a cashless campus, students may add money to their Passport Card “general account” online, at a Passport ATM or at the University Cashier’s office on the first floor of Roberts Hall.
Information Technology – After being accepted all students will receive a valid High Point University email address which the Graduate School uses as the primary source of communication. To find out how to set up your email on your phone or reset your password, please visit the website for the Office of Information Technology.
Books – Your High Point University Bookstore is the number one source for textbooks. The bookstore offers new, used, rental and electronic textbooks. Books for all classes need to be ordered online 24 – 48 hours prior to pick-up in person at the Bookstore on the High Point University Campus.
Each program has a specific coordinator that can help you with specific program questions and course selection.