Congratulations on your acceptance to Elms College!

We look forward to having you join our community. To make sure you’re ready for the fall semester, review the items below.

If you have questions (or just want to share how excited you are), call or email the Admission Office: or 413-592-3189.

1. Pay enrollment deposit

Personal Information

To officially reserve your spot for fall 2019 enrollment, submit your enrollment form and $200 deposit via mail or pay via credit card below:

Credit Card Info

Apple Pay

Google Pay

Master Pass

2. Start making connections

Connect With Your Classmates

Meet your fellow classmates by joining our Facebook group: Elms College Accepted Students: Class of 2023 and Transfer Students

Share in the Excitement

You’ve been accepted! And you’ve worked really hard to get here. Share your excitement and your Elms College pride using your class hashtags.

#Elms2023

#Future Blazer

#BlazerPride

Connect with Elms College Admission

To stay up-to-date on important deadlines and upcoming events, follow Elms College Admission on SnapchatFacebook, and Twitter.

3. Register for Blazer Day

Blazer Day will take place over the summer on three different days. Select a date to complete your registration form:

Friday, June 21 (full)
Wednesday, July 17 (full)
Saturday, August 31 (full)

4. Apply for Financial Aid

5. Submit Required Health Forms

You will need to submit the following forms to the Elms College Health Center:

  1. Meningitis Form
  2. Report of Medical History Form
  3. Medical Examination Form

Requirements:

  • Completed physical examination form completed by your healthcare provider. The physical exam must be within 12 months of your entrance to Elms College.
  • A health history form completed by the student.
  • Two doses of measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine or laboratory confirmation of immunity.
  • Two doses of live varicella vaccine or laboratory confirmation of immunity. Non-nursing majors may submit a signed statement from their healthcare provider that there is a reliable history of chickenpox disease. Non-nursing majors born in the United States before 1980 are exempt from this requirement.
  • Three doses of Hepatitis B vaccine or laboratory-confirmed immunity.
  • A single dose of Tdap vaccine. For non-nursing majors, if it has been less than five years since the last dose of Td vaccine, a Tdap will not be required.
  • A single dose of the meningitis vaccine within five years or a signed meningitis waiver.

Nursing majors In addition to the above, nursing majors must submit documentation of two PPD skin tests and readings, 1-3 weeks apart. PPD testing must at least 7 days apart and no more than 21 days apart.

Athletes: Submit documentation of a urinalysis, a hemoglobin or hematocrit, and a sickle cell screening report.

Parents, Family Members, and Guardians

Students should contact the Health Center directly regarding questions about their health or medical records. A signed HIPPA release is required for the Health Center staff to communicate with any other individual. Please note that a signed FERPA release does not apply to Health Center interactions.

6. Living on Campus

Resident students who deposit on or before May 1 will receive priority consideration for housing assignments. If you are a resident student, please fill out your housing questionnaire as soon as you submit your enrollment deposit.

If you meet someone you’d like to request as a roommate (even after filling out your questionnaire), please make sure you both email  and mutually make the request.

Please contact your roommate over the summer and start the conversation about sharing a living space.

When you move in, please complete a roommate agreement together. This will be sent to you by Residence Life after move in.

You will have a Resident Advisor on your floor to help you navigate any questions or concerns related to your room assignment or roommate experience.

7. Register for Accepted Students Day

You’ve been accepted to Elms College. Congratulations! While Accepted Students Day for 2019 has already passed, you can still share in the excitement with the Elms community and your future classmates by visiting campus. It’s the best way to get a feel for what life as an Elms College student will be like. If you have already visited, you may still have questions or want to take another tour of campus. We welcome you to visit again.

Sign up for a visit here.

8. Share your Elms College spirit!

You’re a Blazer now. What better way to show off your newfound Elms College spirit than with a phone case, fleece blanket, or beanie emblazoned with the Elms logo. You can find these and other fun products on our bookstore website.

9. Placement Test Accommodations

Incoming students may be required to complete a placement test for English and/or foreign language courses. Students with disabilities are entitled to receive reasonable accommodations for these placement tests.

Students wanting placement exam accommodations should contact Student Accommodations and Support Services at or 413-265-2333.