Welcome to the Red Fox Family!

Review Your Enrolled Student Checklist

Now that you have submitted your enrollment deposit, you are officially part of the Marist Family. Congratulations! Now, you can start to get into all the exciting details to get you started with your college life at Marist. Please use the Enrolled Student Checklist below to help guide you through the process.

CONNECT WITH YOUR CLASSMATES

Ready to meet your fellow classmates? The student population at Marist is very active and excited to welcome you to the Red Fox Family! Join the Admitted Student Facebook Group and participate in on-campus events for admitted students!

COMPLETE HEALTH FORMS

Please submit all mandatory health forms. These forms should be completed and submitted as soon as possible after enrollment. Stu­dents will not be allowed to register for classes or move into campus housing until all health forms have been received.
 

CREATE YOUR ACCOUNT

Create your MyMarist Account - Information Technology creates your personalized Marist account and email address. This information was previously emailed to you. Click here to activate your account. Once you have activated your Marist account and password, you will have access to your Marist email and the myMarist portal, https://admit.marist.edu/, and virtual admitted student experience. This includes important information that will be helpful during your Marist experience. For more detailed instructions, please click here.

ENROLL IN DUO SECURITY

Marist utilizes Duo Security's multi-factor authentication to ensure the protection of your information when accessing secure Marist destinations online. In order to access any of your private Marist accounts, like myMarist and iLearn, you will need to first enroll in Duo to access those accounts securely.

 

ADMITTED STUDENTS EVENTS

We are offering a number of events exclusively for admitted students! Join us for a day filled with completing the next steps in the enrollment process which include, meeting with various campus community members, touring campus, and more! 

 

UPLOAD COVID-19 VACCINATION DOCUMENTATION

Marist will continue to require members of the Marist community to obtain the full vaccine series and booster for the 2022-2023 academic year, to participate in on-campus activities.  In order to adhere to this policy, upload proof of vaccination and booster dose(s) to the Marist Health Services Patient Portal. Additionally, the College will strongly recommend individuals obtain a second booster, once eligible.

*More details about the 2023-2024 academic year COVID vaccine & booster requirements will be available soon.

 

BROWSE LAPTOPS

Marist offers students a choice of preferred PC and MAC laptops on the Marist Campus. The ThinkPad University Program has a selection of "Marist-ready" laptops you can order. We are currently selecting the latest models and configurations for incoming students.

 

SET UP YOUR ID CARD & MARIST MONEY

The Marist Card Services Office will provide each incoming student with a Marist identifi­cation card. This ONE-CARD (College ID card) will incorporate the following features: Col­lege ID card, residence hall access, Dining Services (meal plan and thrifty cash), Library card, and a Marist Money account.

 

SEE YOUR BILLS STATEMENT

The Office of Student Financial Services will provide an itemized statement of charges for the semester. Information concerning this and Marist's tuition refund policy are available on the Student Financial Services website.

 

REGISTER YOUR CAR

The Office of Safety and Security is responsible for the implementation of the parking and vehicle registration policy and the enforcement of its provisions. All parking on campus is by permit only.

Commuter students can register their vehicles online and/or by stopping in the Office of Safety and Security, located in Donnelly Hall room 201.

Resident students with less than 50 earned credits are not permitted to have a vehicle on campus. Exceptions to this policy are through two waivers (medical and/ or academic), which can be accessed on the Safety & Security website.

REQUEST COLLEGE CREDIT

If you are seeking credit for college coursework completed elsewhere, you must arrange to have official college transcripts sent to the Office of Undergraduate Admission. Your school's registrar can assist you in making these arrangements. 

REQUEST FOR AP OR IB CREDIT

Students seeking credit for Advanced Placement (AP) examinations must request that the College Entrance Examination Board send official scores to the Office of the Regis­trar at Marist College. Students seeking credit for International Baccalaureate (IB) courses must submit an official lB transcript to the Office of the Registrar at Marist College. 

FIRST YEAR SEMINAR & '23/'24 COMMON READ

Transfer students bringing in fewer than 24 credits and all first-year freshman students regardless of how many credits they are transferring, are required to take FYS and it will be added to your schedule for the spring semester. Transfer students bringing in 24 credits or more, are not required to take FYS. 

The '23/'24 Common Reading will be announced over the summer.

GET EXCITED FOR MOVE-IN DAY

Move-in Day is right around the corner and we are so excited to welcome all our new Marist Red Foxes! Below, please find your appropriate move-in date, and be sure to check out our suggested list of items to bring to campus. 

  • Spring Student Move-In: Friday, August 25, 2023

TELL THE WORLD

Now that you’re #MaristBound, share your acceptance and meet your future classmates! 

 

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