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Juneteenth

Administrative offices will be closed on Wednesday, June 19, in observance of the Juneteenth Independence Day.

Now that you are an officially admitted student we ask you to fill out and submit the forms below. This starts the process of getting you on campus. Other information can direct you to the orientation process and answer questions about living on campus. If you have any questions along the way, please contact our Admissions Counselors at 606.539.4240.

You can also find a ton of information and resources within the student handbook. Check it out below.

Learn more about the Department of Education delay in the FAFSA process and how Cumberlands is helping students manage the process:

FAFSA Information

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Access the Patriots Portal

You created this account to apply, but use the portal to complete steps in the enrollment process

Now You're Cumberlands Bound

Cumberlands cheerleaders help welcome students to campus during Welcome Week.

Summer Orientation

We want your transition to 鶹ýto be a success and your journey begins with Summer Orientation.Our one-day orientation experience will be jam-packed with opportunities to build community and connect with campus!
Whether this is your first year in college or you are transferring to Cumberlands, you’ve chosen to be a Patriot and we want your experience to be simple and fun. Please browse the buttons and links below to learn more about sessions, completing your checklist, preparing for advising and more!

Orientation To-Dos

Throughout the admissions and enrollment process, the University will require a variety of forms.

For the enrollment deposit, please use yourlogin information you used to apply. For anything else that requires login, please use your university account credentials. If you have not yet set up your university account password,

As an international student, it is our goal to make sure you have the support and resources you need for a successful transition. We realize that getting to campus over the summer can be difficult, so we encourage you to register for the occurring on August 23, 2023. This later session will coincide with our move-in weekendbefore classes begin.

Should you be in the states over the summer or wish to come to an earlier session, please feel free to attend the date that best aligns with your schedule.

Please click around below to ensure you have everything you need before your arrival.

Undergraduate International Students

During orientation, your student will break away for student sessions while families and guests hang back for informational sessions. You will have the opportunity to learn more about campus life, financial aid, and other services designed to help your student thrive during their first year. Feel free to go ahead and take some time to review and learn more about what’s available for your student below.

Be sure to log into the to stay in the loop and join the 鶹ý to make connections.

Orientation FAQs

Yes, all new first-year students are required to participate in Summer Orientation. Orientation is designed to assist you in completing the necessary steps prior to starting your first semester at Cumberlands.

You are able to make changes to your orientation reservation at any time. However, we ask that you notify us at least seven days in advance of your scheduled date. You can email whitney.baker [at] ucumberlands.edu (whitney[dot]baker[at]ucumberlands[dot]edu) or call 606-539-4240 to reschedule your orientation date. Please do not schedule more than one date without canceling the other.

Nope. No hidden fees, no fine print!

Since orientation is a required program for all new students, you cannot cancel sessionattendance unless you have decided not to attend Cumberlands. Please see the question "Can I make changes to my Orientation registration?" for instructions on how to make changes to the date of your orientation session.

Family and guest attendance is optional but encouraged. The Family Sessions will provide resources and contacts that will aid in student success at 鶹ý. There are no additional costs or fees for family and guests to attend orientation.

All new, incoming students will have a registration hold on their account for the first semester to encourage students to work with a Student Success Coordinator on their schedule.The registration hold will be removed after your first semester.

You should submit your final, officialtranscript(s) as soon as possible.

If you are a domestic high school student, ask your school counselor to submit your final transcript electronicallyvia email to admissions [at] ucumberlands.edu (admissions[at]ucumberlands[dot]edu) or through Parchment. If you are a transfer student, please contact the Registrar’s Office at your previous institution or submit an online request. For international students, please click here for additional information.

If you have taken dual credit or dual enrollment courses during high school, you will also need to submit an official transcript from the institution you took your coursework at. Students can still register for orientation without an official transcript, and your Student Success Coordinator can still work with you to plan out your course selections. However, we cannot postcourse credit without the final transcript on file.

You can also mail any official, final documentsto the Office of Admissions:
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Undergraduate Admissions
6178 College Station Drive
Williamsburg, KY 40769

Yes. You should have all official scores sent to the university as soon as possible.

  • Sending Advanced Placement (AP) Scores: Visit the College Board
  • Sending International Baccalaureate (IB) Scores: Visit the
  • Sending CLEP Subject Exam Scores: Visit the College Board

Students can still register for orientation if their test scores are pending, and your Student Success Coordinator can still work with you to plan out your course selections. However, we cannot postcourse credit without the official scores on file.

Contact Us!

If you have questions or having issues with any of the above, make sure to reach out to us.

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