Get all of your questions about course registration, billing, and financial aid answered in one location.
What Is The One Stop?
The One Stop is a student walk-in services center staffed with a team of professionals, who represent three essential offices:
The One Stop allows students the ability of taking care of several financial aid, registrar, and student billing transactions, all at once and in one centralized location. Examples of services provided include:
- Explaining financial aid award letters
- Assistance completing FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
- Providing tuition bill breakdown
- Signing up for In-House Payment Plan
- Registering for classes
- Assisting with pass/fail or withdrawal option
- Generating verification of enrollment letter
- Processing unofficial and official transcripts
- Changing or adding a major and/or minor
- And more....
The One Stop
Campus Center, Upper Level
When Is The One Stop Open?
8 a.m.–6 p.m. (Monday-Thursday)
8 a.m.–4 p.m. (Friday)
- Aug 7 – Fall 2017 Payment Plan will be available here
- Aug 11 – Pass/Fail/Withdrawal Deadline for Summer 2 (CE6) classes
- Aug 11 – CAPS non-degree registration opens
- Aug 18 – Fall 2017 bills are due
- Aug 21 – Non-degree online, self-service registration opens. First Advising and Registration Workshop will be held
- Aug 24 – Last day of classes for Summer 2 (CE6) classes
- Aug 28 through Sept 1 – Non-degree Walk-in Advising and Registration opens
- “Not too late to register for fall classes!” Check for holds on WISER. Holds must be resolved before you can register for fall 2017.
- Save $2075.00 by waiving the HEALTH INSURANCE on WISER. All students registered for 9 credits or more are charged health insurance. (Students who already have their own comparable health insurance are eligible to waive the charge)
- SAP (Satisfactory Academic Appeal) - check your “To-Do” list on WISER to see if you need to complete the SAP process to be considered for 2017-18 financial aid
- Fall 2017/spring 2018 financial aid awards are available to view on WISER
- Check your "To-Do" list on WISER to view all requested financial aid documents
- 1st Time Direct Loan Borrowers must complete Entrance Counseling and MPN (Master Promissory Note) on studentloans.gov
- 1st Time Perkins Loan Borrowers will receive paper Promissory Note and Entrance Counseling via mail by the end of August
- Submit your 2017-2018 FAFSA now for fall 2017 and spring 2018 financial aid