About the enrollment completion process
The enrollment completion process requires fulfillment of the following five distinct steps. Steps one, two, and three MUST be completed in order.
Complete the enrollment deposit form and make your online payment
Complete the housing application/contract, roommate preference and
deposit forms and make your online payment ($200). Or, if you will be
living off-campus, complete the housing exemption request form.
Act now to ensure housing is available! If you are submitting an
exemption request, make sure you do this as soon as possible. Either an
exemption request or a housing application must be received for students
to be eligible to register for classes.
(Two or six pages, depending on residency option selected.)
Saint Martin’s University hosts a two-part orientation program for first-year students. Students register for one of three advising and registration programs in July and then attend a three-day Incipio Fall Orientation program in August before classes begin. Students who are unable to attend one of the advising and registration session should register for alternative advising in order to make arrangements to register for classes. By registering for an advising and registration or alternative advising session, students are automatically signed up for the Incipio fall orientation program.
Transfer students are assigned an advisor through the Office of Admissions in order to register for classes. A half-day Incipio transfer orientation is available for students in which they will learn about campus resources, financial services, and keys to success at SMU.
Download and complete the
Health Center intake and immunization form.
(As doctor’s signatures are required, this is a downloadable PDF form
and may be completed at a later date. Adobe Acrobat required.)
Health forms should be mailed directly to the Student Health Center at: 5000
Abbey Way SE, Burton Hall Room 102, Lacey, Washington 98503. If you have
questions, please contact the Student Health Center by phone at 360-412-6160 or
by email at email@example.com
Your student email account will be the mechanism for official
university email communication.
your account before you attend advising and registration.