Next Steps for New Graduate Students
You’re officially a Stonehill graduate student—this marks a major turning point in your education and your career. To make sure you’re ready to hit the ground running when your program begins, we’ve outlined a few steps below.
Once you confirm enrollment and make a deposit, you will receive an email from IT containing your Stonehill email address, username and password. You’ll use this email address to log in to all of our Office 365-powered applications and services (including important applications like myHill and eLearn), and your username to log in to campus computers, register your devices and connect to wireless. Your password is the same for all these platforms.
The first time you log in to your email or any part of Office365, you will be asked to register verification methods which will allow you to log in through MFA, as well as change your password, unlock your account, or reset a forgotten or expired password.
Official, degree-dated transcripts that show a conferral of a baccalaureate degree are required from all admitted students prior to beginning graduate coursework. If you provided an official transcript during the admission process that was not degree-dated, you were admitted conditionally, with the expectation that you would submit a degree-dated transcript once the degree was conferred and before you begin graduate classes at Stonehill.
Transcripts need to be submitted directly by the institution. If your institution does not offer electronic transcripts, please send them to the address listed below.
Office of Graduate Studies
320 Washington Street
Easton, MA 02357
Log in to myHill to review your bill. Make arrangements to pay your bill and any semester fees that have been assessed.
To accept Federal Financial Aid and Complete Entrance Counseling, contact the Office of Student Financial Assistance.
All new students must submit up-to-date immunization documentation via the College’s Student Health Portal before the start of classes. To be in compliance with state laws for incoming graduate students, please contact your primary care provider to request your immunization record.
In addition, Massachusetts State Law requires all college students taking nine (9) or more credits to have health insurance and provide proof of enrollment to the College and complete an insurance waiver form. If this process is not completed, you will be billed for a Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) provided by the College.
Learn more about Graduate Immunization and Health History Requirements.
All graduate students must register their vehicle and purchase parking decals each year before parking on campus. The cost for a decal is $30/semester.
To register your vehicle, log into the myHill portal and click on the ‘Campus’ tab at the top of the page. Then click on the ‘My Parking’ button, select ‘Apply for a Permit’ and follow the instructions.