How to Accept Your Offer
When you receive your offer to attend Acadia University, you may have questions. You have an exciting road ahead here at Acadia. What follows is some information to help answer some questions you may have before you take your next steps.
What Do I Need To Accept My Offer?
It’s easy. To secure your place in the program, you’ll want to officially accept your offer as soon as possible online.
- Log in to Acadia Central.
- Click ‘Accept My Offer’ and fill out the admission response form.
- Submit your $150 (CND) confirmation deposit.
- That’s it!
Logging In to Acadia Central
As part of your acceptance, we’ve already issued you an official Acadia student ID number. This ID will allow you access to your personal online profile at Acadia Central — your go to place for completing the registration process.
Applying For Residence?
The early bird catches the dorm! At Acadia, our campus is where it all happens. First year students are guaranteed residence placement. Rooms placements are made on a first come first serve basis, so the earlier you accept your offer, the earlier you can confirm your room. Once your admissions acceptance confirmation deposit has been made, you can apply for residence at Acadia Central. A $200 deposit will be required to secure your room placement.
Register for Courses
Once you accept you accept your offer of admission and pay your confirmation deposit, you will receive an email with course registration details. You can find more information on registering for courses here.
Seeing Is Believing
To really understand what an incredible place Acadia is, you need experience it first hand. You can visit us any day of the week through our Campus Visits Program or during one of our many on campus events. Visit growexponentially.ca for more event details.
Frequently Asked Questions
You can secure your spot in your preferred program before you receive your scholarship offer. Knowing your spot is secure can offer a huge sense of relief. Scholarships are awarded based on mid-year performance of the final high school year. To learn more about the program, visit Money Matters.
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