Registration dates are assigned during the preferred registration week. Dates are based on the number of credits you earned when you enrolled in your program of study. You can register on the assigned registration date or after the registration date, which is indicated about two weeks before the start of registration. View your registration date on eSantaFe by checking my status. Important: You must complete the financial assistance process and receive financial assistance to obtain a deferral of the aid. Financial assistance will not be deferred for students with a rejected FAFSA or who have not completed the verification process (including clicking on all documents). If you receive a scholarship from another organization, we must receive the cheque or official agreement from the organization to obtain a reprieve. You should do it as soon as possible. Non-SF students must provide proof of the award by their home institution. This consortium agreement is a contract between two higher education institutions/university that recognizes your registration at any location for financial support purposes. In addition, it certifies only one of the two institutions is able to manage Title IV and state financial assistance.
You can only register after your registration period (date). Registration dates are automatically assigned approximately one week before the start of the registration period. You can view your login date on the first screen after you sign up on eSantaFe or by clicking on the „My Information Status” link in eSantaFe. You can also see if you have registration data and how to dissolve it via this link. Registration is done online through your eSantaFe account. Registration is one of the few services used repeatedly by Santa Fe College students throughout their educational experience. As a primary non-classroom contact between the university and its students, it is a key part of the entire educational process. Successful registration requires collaboration and advanced planning by the faculty, administration, university advisors and students.
Students can only receive financial assistance in one school („home”) at a time, but financial assistance to your home/official school can cover the classes you attend during a temporary visit to another school (called a „host” institution). This situation is defined as a temporary student as part of a consortium agreement.