Enrollment Checklist

Step 1:

Submitting your $100 Enrollment Deposit secures your spot in the incoming class and will make you eligible to register for classes for your first semester.

Pay enrollment deposit

Step 2:

Make sure you apply for Financial Aid! Check out the Financial Aid page to get started and complete your FAFSA.

Questions: Contact Financial Aid at (503) 251-5339 or finaid@multnomah.edu

Step 3:

After you submit your $100 Enrollment Deposit you will be eligible to register for classes. All students can utilize the course catalog, program layouts, and course search when figuring out the right classes for their first semester. You may register online or, if you are an undergraduate student, you may attend New Student Registration.

Fall 2021 New Student Registration: May 15, June 18

Fall 2021 Registration Opens Online: May 17

Spring 2022 Registration Opens Online: Not Available

RSVP for NSR

Step 4:

Complete the Living Arrangement Form to apply for on-campus housing! Be prepared to submit your $250 Housing Deposit when completing the form. For the fall semester, incoming students will receive their housing assignments in July. Check out the Housing page to learn more.

Questions: Contact Student Life at (503) 251-5311 or housing@multnomah.edu

Living Arrangement Form    Explore Housing

Step 5:

Set up your payment plan by contacting Student Accounts at studentaccounts@multnomah.edu or (503) 251-5345. View payment plan options.

To view your account balance by semester or to view your payment statements, log in to your Self-Service account.

For more information about your student account or paying for school, visit our Student Accounts page.

Make a Payment

New Student Registration (NSR)

Newly admitted on-campus undergraduate students are invited to a welcome event to Q&A with staff teams.

Student Health Resources

Multnomah participates in the Northwest Student Health Insurance Consortium and provides student health insurance coverage through PacificSource.

A record of immunizations is required for all current students on-campus. Not required for online students.

Multnomah University has a counseling center (The Student Counseling & Wellness Center) to provide support resources for student needs related to mental health. We also realize that many students will have situations and concerns that require services beyond those which we can provide on campus.

That’s why we require all traditional undergraduate college students who are enrolled with six or more credits and all international students to purchase health insurance through the school or to provide proof of equivalent coverage through a personal health insurance policy.

As an institution, we have a plan through PacificSource for the 2020-2021 year. All traditional undergraduate students who are taking six or more credits and all international students will be automatically enrolled in the Multnomah University Student Health Insurance Plan at registration, and the premium for coverage will be included with their tuition bill.

If a student has existing coverage under their parents, a spouse, or an independent plan, and does not need the coverage through the school, they will be required to go through a waiver process to ensure comparable coverage each academic year. This process can only be completed online, after class registration.

Click to complete the Student Health Insurance Waiver.

2021-2022 Student Insurance Information

More info to come in May.

Contact the Student Life Office Manager at studentlife@multnomah.edu or (503) 251-5311 with questions.

Graduate, Seminary, and DCP students can enroll in the Health Insurance Plan by contacting our insurance brokers at USI directly. They will pay the premium all at once directly to PacificSource. The deadline to opt-in is September 15, 2021.

Contact: Mike Pigou | 1(800) 251-4246

We provide professional individual, couple, family, and group counseling services for currently enrolled students to aid in addressing personal, emotional, relational, and spiritual issues.

Learn More

Newly Admitted Student Guidebook for On-Campus Undergraduate Students

Newly Admitted Student Guidebook for Online Undergraduate Students

Newly Admitted Student Guidebook for Parents

Newly Admitted Student Guidebook for Student-Athletes

Newly Admitted Student Guidebook for Graduate Students

Newly Admitted Student Guidebook for Seminary Students