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Say Yes to Hood!

people.jpgCongratulations! You have what it takes and you're on your way to becoming a Blazer!

Listed below is everything you need to know about completing the undergraduate enrollment process.

  • Enrollment Deposit: May 1

Submit your deposit by this date to guarantee enrollment. Students who submit their enrollment deposit by May 1 can take one free online class at Hood this summer. Details on registration available after May 1. 

  • Complete the 2022-23 FAFSA

If you have not already done so, visit https://studentaid.gov to obtain your FSA ID and complete your 2022-23 FAFSA as soon as possible. We need this information to provide you with a complete financial award package.

  • Save the date for one of our Accepted Student's Days -

Saturday, March 26, 2022 or Saturday, April 2, 2022.

I'm Ready to Be a Blazer

Enrollment Agreement Spring 2022

Enrollment Agreement Fall 2022

Learn more about Hood College's plans for Fall 2021, including our vaccine policy.

Accepted Students' Programming 2021 Recordings 

Visit Campus 

Still deciding if Hood is right for you? Sign up for one of our visits see campus and meet with the Admission Team! Questions? Email visit@hood.edu.

Say "Hello"

Follow @hoodadmission for daily accepted student content, including: current student takeovers, FAQs, and more! So, say yes to Hood, then say Hello!

Connect with Your Admission Counselor

Your admission counselor is a great resource for all your application and enrollment needs. if you have any questions about the enrollment process, your counselor is here to help.

Meet with Financial Aid 

Have questions for the Financial Aid Office? They have designated appointment times for accepted students!

Visit Downtown Frederick 

We like to say Frederick is hip and historic. Also it's within walking distance of campus! Downtown Frederick has fun, unique and eclectic covered with shops, restaurants, museums and attractions. Frederick is surrounded by parks, mountains, hiking- and is less than an hour from Washington, DC, Baltimore and Gettysburg.  

Learn more about Downtown Frederick
 

Share the Good News!

How did you react when your found out you were accepted? Share the good news on social media and tag us. You can also download images for Facebook and Instagram.

  • Set up your Hood College email account

Your username and password were sent in the letter confirming payment of your enrollment deposit. If you need this information to be resent, email Admissions. Once you receive your username and password, set up your email as soon as possible; your temporary password expires in 90 days. Check your Hood e-mail often, we will use this for a lot of important communication throughout your enrollment at Hood.

  • Complete and submit your enrollment agreement. Email the signed agreement to Admissions.
  • Download and submit all required medical and immunization forms. These forms can be completed up to a year before you begin classes at Hood, so don't wait, you can do it now!
  • Complete math, English, and global language placement tests, if you will not be bringing in college credit in these areas. 
  • Register for classes:

All new students will attend Advising and Registration Day over the summer. The Student Success Center will begin scheduling these sessions in April 2022. For additional advising and registration questions, contact Student Success or 301-696-3569

  • Residential Students: The Office of Residence Life will email housing information to your Hood email, but contact ResLife with questions or to request housing forms.
  • Apply for academic or housing accommodations (if necessary). To ensure a smooth transition, begin this process as soon as possible. Information and forms are available at Accessibility Services.
  • Submit your official SAT and ACT scores (for general reporting purposes only) to Admissions.
  • Submit a request to all previous institutions to have your official transcript(s) sent to Hood before the start of the semester. These official transcripts should have your final course grades. Failure to submit final transcripts will prevent future course registrations. 
    • Steps to order your transcript(s):
      • Contact your high school to order an official transcript and have it sent to Hood College directly from the institution.
      • If you took dual enrollment courses, please contact that college/university to order an official transcript and have it sent directly to Hood College. We need your official high school transcript as well as an official college transcript in order to apply credit to your Hood record.
      • Transfer students must order official transcripts from all previous colleges/universities and have them sent directly to Hood College.
      • For quickest transcript delivery, please request an electronic official transcript. You may be able to find ordering information online at your previous institution. 
  • Attend fall Orientation in August - this is the official beginning of your time as a Hood Blazer. Congratulations!