Check-In Requirement

It is mandatory for all undergraduate and graduate students to check-in at the beginning of both Fall (A term) and Spring (C term) semesters.  You may continue to make additional course changes after you check-in.  By checking in, you confirm that you will be attending all classes for the Fall/Spring 20XX semester.  "Check-In" is also your acknowledgment that you will be financially responsible for paying all charges associated with the Fall/Spring 20XX semester.

If you do not check-in, you may be dropped from your classes, lose your financial aid and be removed from your housing contract.  In addition, all students who do not check-in will have all accounts associated with their email address terminated.

Statement of Student Responsibility:  Students who check-in are responsible for familiarizing themselves and for abiding by all institutional policies, procedures and requirements.  These include, but are not limited to, add/drop and withdrawal deadlines, degree and major course requirements and payment of all student account charges.  You can refer to the Undergraduate and/or Graduate catalogs.  Please visit the University Policies Webpage to review policies governing behavior on campus and the code of conduct that all students are expected to observe.

Directory Information:  WPI releases Directory Information in various forms.  If you DO NOT want Directory Information to be released, you may complete a "Confidentiality Form" and submit it to the Registrar's Office by the end of the first week of classes.  Please note:  WPI will not sell or give Directory Information for commercial purposes to external vendors who are not affiliated with the institution.

FERPA Policy:  At WPI we are committed to safeguarding the privacy of student records in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).  Please visit the FERPA Webpage for more information.

To Check-In:

You will need to use your student ID# and your six-digit PIN or your unix name and password to access the WPI Web Information System:

  1. Enter student ID# and pin (or your windows username and password)
  2. Select Student Services and Financial Aid
  3. Click on Check-In
  4. Read through the page
  5. Select either:

I WILL be attending classes for the Fall/Spring 20XX semester


I WILL NOT be attending classes for the Fall/Spring 20XX semester

After you submit, you will receive an on-screen message confirming your selection.

Emergency Contact Info:  WPI participates in Connect-ED for the purpose of notifying students of emergency situations.  Students must submit emergency contact information in order to be eligible to check-in.

If you have any problems with the Check-In process, please come to the Registrar's Office located on the first floor of Daniels Hall.

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