Congratulations on your acceptance to the University of the Virgin Islands! Now that you have been admitted, please use this checklist to complete the necessary remaining steps.
- Download, complete, and submit the Enrollment Confirmation and Deposit Form
- Submit an updated college transcript (for applicable admitted graduate students).
- Download and read the UVI International Student Manual
- The UVI International Student Manual provides valuable customs, enrollment, and financial information specifically for
non-US students. To access the International Student Manual, click here.
- The UVI International Student Manual provides valuable customs, enrollment, and financial information specifically for non-US students. To access the International Student Manual, click here.
- Download, complete, and submit the Certificate of Finances Form.
- International students are required by US federal regulations to demonstrate the ability to pay for at least the first year of academic study. The Certificate of Finances Form, found within the UVI International Student Manual, should be supplemented with an official bank letter stating $36,000 (USD) is available for Academic Year 2022-2023 expenses. Photocopies, faxed, or scanned copies will not be accepted. Personal bank account statements will not be accepted, as well. The I-20 Immigration Form will not be issued until a Certification of Finances Form has been received for review. Please submit the Certificate of Finances Form 4-6 weeks in advance of the start of your initial enrollment term.
- Documentation of financial support must be submitted along with the Certificate of Finance form to verify the availability of funds for at least the first year of study; and projected support for the remainder of the degree program. Documentation should include an official letter from the bank or lending institution, to confirm availability of funds. Once the following is completed, documentation will be provided to assist you in completing the I-901 process. Please note: There is a charge for the I-901 processing. To receive information and pay the I-901 fee, you may click here. You will not be able to get an appointment for the interview at the nearest U.S. embassy if the I-901 processing is not completed. It is required that "F-1" students pursue a full-time course of study, the equivalent of 12 undergraduate credits per semester. Failure to do so will render the student in violation of their F-1 visa status. You may not attend the University full-time on a B-2 visa.
- To view the Cost Breakdown Memo, click here.
For entry into the US, the signed I-20, a valid Passport/Visa, and the I-901 fee receipt are required!
- Download, complete, and submit the Student Health Form
- The Student Health Form must be completed by a physician and submitted to UVI Student Health Services by the first day of classes. To access the Student Health Form, click here, download and email directly to Health Services. For inquiries about Health Services, contact Nurse Janet Pointer, RN at firstname.lastname@example.org or (340) 693-1124 on the Orville E. Kean Campus (St. Thomas) or Director/ RN Virginia Raymond at email@example.com or (340) 692-4214 on the Albert A. Sheen Campus (St. Croix).
- To access your MyCampus, online account go to mycampus.uvi.edu with your UVI Student Id (enclosed in your acknowledgement letter or admittance letter) and your default password, which is:
first 2 letters of first name, a dash (-), first 2 letters of last name, and last 2 digits of UVI ID number@UVI.
An example would be: Sally Johnson - Student ID # 008524036 “sa-jo36@UVI”.
- Once logged in you will have access to the MyCampus (university portal) that allows
you to check your UVI email, access Banweb (to view your academic and financial information),
and receive important UVI announcements. If you encounter problems with your login,
contact UVI's IT Helpdesk at (340) 693-1466 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Look out for New Student Orientation information via email
- A New Student Orientation e-package will be sent from Student Affairs containing important dates and information specific to Orientation. To view the Orientation Schedule, click here.
- Please contact your School/ College program director for more information on the registration
- All graduate students must go to their faculty advisor to start the registration process.