Transfer B & U Day
July 18, 2014
What is B & U Day?
Transfer Pre-Registration is a time for students to meet with a faculty advisor to schedule their classes for the fall semester and to complete necessary business items before school begins.
When will it be?
The date is set for July 18. Events will begin at 9:30 a.m. in the lobby of Barber Auditorium.
Who should attend?
All transfers, who have been accepted for admission to the university, are encouraged to attend. Parents and siblings are welcomed; however, there will be no programs provided for them.
Will lunch be provided?
Yes, lunch will be available in the dining commons.
How do I register?
Online registration is now closed for Transfer B & U Day. You may call the Office of Admission for more information at 800-960-5940.
Do I need to pay anything before I come?
If you have not paid your enrollment deposit of $100, you must pay that amount before July 18. You can pay online with credit card (link available after you submit registration form), call to pay by credit card, or mail check or money order.
Can I spend the night on campus?
Belhaven will not be providing rooms on campus to parents and students. However, there are several hotels in the area. Here are some suggestions that are near campus:
|Cabot Lodge||North State Street||601-948-8650|
|Hampton Inn||Greymont Avenue||601-352-1700|
|Red Roof Inn||High Street||601-969-5006|
|Fairview Inn Bed & Breakfast||Fairview Street||601-948-3429|
|July 18, 2014|
|8:45 a.m.||Check in/pick up info packet, Center for the Arts|
|9:30 a.m.||Welcome/Instructions/Info Session, Center for the Arts|
|10:30 a.m.||Blazenet Training|
|11:15 - 1:30 p.m.||Lunch - Dining Commons|
The Security Office (located in Joy Lackey on the second floor of Student Center) will be open from 10:30-12:00 p.m. and 1:00-2:30 p.m. for you to make your photo for your student i.d. and get your parking decal.
The Student Financial Services Office will be open until 5 pm.
The Bookstore will be open from 9am - 3 pm.
"B&U day was definitely the reassurance I needed to know that it was God's plan for me to attend Belhaven. I was able to bond with my future classmates, experience what residence life on campus would be, and prepare for my upcoming classes. The faculty really takes the time to make sure no one is left out and that you leave with a smile on your face as well as a few new friends. B&U day got me super pumped to move to Jackson and be surrounded by the atmosphere of student life at Belhaven."