STUDENT EXPERIENCE FAQs
Most professors understand that we are working adults and need to eat. You will get a break during your class to eat. But remember coffee, soda, water, and the like are always welcome! For the ones that aren't as understanding, we make sure there are plenty of breaks—and we have expanded on-campus dining options to keep you fueled up and ready to go.
In a blended course, the total instructional time is divided equally between the traditional classroom format and a flexibly scheduled online format.
Classes meet on campus one night each week or on Saturday mornings for three hours on the day shown on the schedule.
- Access to the College Intranet and campus-wide network
- Access to Reeves Library from on- or off-campus (including online searches)
- Your own Moravian College email account
- Access to Canvas, where online learning and interaction with faculty takes place
- Use of campus computers and printers (both black & white and color)
- IT Help Desk support and services
Baccalaureate degree candidates may, with prior approval of the Graduate and Continuing Studies Office, enroll in day division courses. Enrollment is on a space-available basis and requires approval by the College Academic Affairs office. Graduate and Continuing Studies students will pay the evening tuition rate for approved courses. (Note: Post-Baccalaureate nursing students who take a nursing course in the day program pay the day rate for that course) Please talk with your advisor before enrolling in a day course.
In general, post-baccalaureate students are eligible to enroll in up to two units of day division undergraduate courses, on a space-available basis, at the evening tuition rate. (Day program nursing courses are day rate) Post-baccalaureate students who have been accepted into the teacher certification program are eligible to enroll in up to four units of day division courses at the evening tuition rate. Students seeking an additional baccalaureate degree will be permitted to take course during the day, at the Graduate and Continuing Studies rate.
We permit students to drop and add courses with certain restrictions. For full term courses, you may drop a course during the first week of classes without any notation on your transcript. If you withdraw from a course after the drop-add period, the course will appear on your transcript with a W (withdrawn) in the grade column. A withdrawal after the drop-add period will result in a grade of F.
For courses that run for less than a full term (such as accelerated or half-unit courses), the drop-add period will end after the first class session of the course. The last day to withdraw with a W will be the end of the fifth week of the course.
Adding courses is limited by space in the desired class. For all these reasons, we strongly encourage you to discuss your course selection with an advisor before registering.
From August through May, the Graduate and Continuing Studies Office is open Mondays through Thursdays from 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. During the summer, the Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Any student who wishes to take a class without being enrolled in a program must submit a non-matriculated application and all transcripts. We allow students to take up to 2 classes non-matriculated before enrolling in a program. When looking to take a class, please ensure that any pre-requisites have been met prior to registration.
That depends. A few courses have specific approval requirements. These are noted in the course descriptions. However, many courses (especially those numbered 200 or higher) have prerequisites. Please check the course descriptions to determine prerequisites. If you have not completed the specified prerequisite, please consult with a Student Experience Mentor before you register for the course. Prerequisites will be required to be completed and your SEM can help you!
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If you are enrolled in a degree or certificate program, please consult with your SEM or academic advisor before you register. Your SEM or advisor will help with sequencing your courses and will check that you are on track with graduation requirements.
If you are not enrolled in a degree or certificate program, please talk with an advisor in the Graduate and Continuing Studies Office about the courses you plan to take. Call 610-861-1400 to set up an appointment.
All tuition and fees must be paid in FULL two weeks prior to the first day of class of the term, unless you have enrolled in a Tuition Management Systems (TMS) payment plan or Employee Reimbursement Plan. If you pay after the due date and have not enrolled in a payment plan, you will be charged a $50 late payment fee.
All fees for any payment plans or technology fee are the responsibility of the student and must be paid prior to the start of the semester.
If you have billing questions, please contact the Office of Student Accounts at 610-625-7142 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Graduate and Continuing Studies Program is no longer accepting credit card payments in person. All students are now required to pay for any outstanding tuition balances and/or miscellaneous fees via CASHNet located directly on AMOS or can be remitted via check or cash to the Office of Student Accounts.
Upon receipt of your tuition statement, payment can be remitted via check, cash or CASHNet.
For more information, please call 610-861-1400.
You bet! This an achievement to be proud of and celebrated. When you get close to graduation, you will receive emails in regards to cap and gown, banquets, award ceremonies, and much more!!!!
At this point in time, we don’t supply graduate students with laptops. However, our IT department can help you should you have problems with your personal computer.
Not at this time, but there are many rentals available in Bethlehem and other nearby towns. We're a little biased, but Bethlehem is the coolest.
You can contact the help desk at 610-861-1500 or email@example.com.
Contact your professor as soon as you think you may miss class. They're used to working with working professionals like you.
It depends on the program you are switching into. Your SEM can help you with this process, so call them!
Every individual taking courses at Moravian College is required to have a current Moravian College photo ID. Any student who wishes to park in College lots or the streets around the campus must have a valid parking permit. ID cards and parking permits are available free of charge at the Campus Safety Office. You will need originals of your driver’s license, vehicle registration card, and insurance card. If you have more questions, please contact your SEM or Campus Safety Office at 610-861-1421.
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