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Accepted Student Events

Congratulations and welcome to Bay Path University!

Advising Day

We host Advising Days to help you prepare and design your academic program. When you attend an Advising Day you will complete a math placement assessment, meet with an academic advisor, register for your courses, and get your student ID. 

Preparing for your Advising Day:

  1. Activate your "My Bay Path" Portal account
  2. Download the Bay Path University app on your smartphone or tablet: click here (you must activate your "My Bay Path" Portal prior to download)
  3. Review this tutorial (click here) about how to search for and enroll in classes 
  4. Prepare for math placement assessment with Accuplacer Sample Questions for Students
  5. Bring completed forms: Required Medical Forms
  6. Submit any college credit you may have completed through official transcripts and/or score reports to the Admissions Office (Advanced Placement, Dual Enrollment, CLEP, International Baccalaureate)
  7. Complete our Advising Questionnaire 

WELLcome Week

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22 - SUNDAY, AUGUST 26

The year kicks off with our traditional WELLcome Week, which is required for all first year students. Incoming students regardless of residential status (i.e. residents and commuters) are expected to arrive on campus August 22 for the 2018-2019 academic year. In addition, all incoming students will be required to participate in scheduled events that will be held daily from August 22 to August 26. Transfer students are welcome to participate. Click here to register and click here for a schedule! 

Mission of WELLcome Week:

Bay Path University WELLcome Week program serves to establish the foundations for connection, preparation, and transition to college life and learning for students, their families and champions.”

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Meet peers, faculty, and staff to begin building a learning community and class identity
  2. Review guidelines for healthy, ethical and civil living and learning on campus
  3. Prepare for the first semester by enhancing readiness (academic, technological, financial, etc.)
  4. Explore the Longmeadow campus and the greater community
  5. Know their rights and responsibilities within the campus community
  6. Know campus resources and services that will enhance their academic success and overall undergraduate experience
  7. Understand the primary elements of the social and personal development transition process
  8. Prepare for the next step in acclimation to WELL
  9. Learn about Bay Path campus traditions and culture, and what it truly means to be a Wildcat
  10. Build friendships and networks based on common interests and have fun!