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Students who have registered for Summer Experience 2018 will receive a packet of information in the mail beginning the first week of April 2018.  This will include an itinerary for move-in day, the shuttle service schedule for students flying into the Raleigh, Charlotte, and Greensboro airports, and a residence life checklist. If you have questions about move-in day and preparing for Summer Experience, please contact us.

 

Please see below for a few details that will be included in the packet of information.  Also, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information regarding Summer Experience.

 

-Dates for Summer Experience:  Summer Experience 2018 begins on Saturday, June 23 and runs through Friday, July 20.  Students will be finished with their last exam by 12:00 pm on Friday, July 20.  Please plan your travel accordingly.

Brief move-in day details: Move-in day for Summer Experience 2018 is on Saturday, June 23.  Move-in will be held from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. Lunch will also be provided for students and families.  The SE2018 Student and Parent Orientation Session will begin at 1:30 pm and end by 2:30 pm- this concludes the parent portion of Summer Experience move-in.  Our Office of Student Engagement has planned an exciting evening activity and dinner for students that night.  More details about move-in weekend, including a schedule of events for move-in day and information about Estate Day on Sunday, June 24 will be provided to students and families in April 2018.

-Financial investment for Summer Experience: The investment for Summer Experience is $8,500.  This includes tuition, room, board, and university sponsored activities (as indicated on the activities calendar).  This excludes books and personal items.  The comprehensive fee also includes the NC Dining Plan State Sales Tax.

-Student Accounts Contact Information: 336-841-9259.  This office can assist you with the deposit and full payment for Summer Experience. Their website is http://www.highpoint.edu/studentaccounts/.

-Size sheets for Wanek Center residence hall: Full Size sheets will be needed.

-Academic and housing accommodations: High Point University provides reasonable accommodations to our students with disabilities.  Should you require accommodations (including dietary and/or housing), please contact the Office of Accessibility Resources and Services.  Information about this office can be accessed at http://www.highpoint.edu/disabilitysupport/.

 

Contact Student Success

Available: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:00pm
Location: Second floor of Cottrell Hall
Questions: studentsuccess@highpoint.edu