Students sitting on the steps on front of Carver Hall during the Spring

I've Been Admitted

Welcome to Husky Nation! You're coming to a place founded on the belief that opportunity is created by people determined to achieve more. We’re not afraid of hard work or setting our own path. And we’re always ready to pull together. That’s what makes us Huskies.

You've been admitted, congratulations!

Now, what's next? Please use the checklist below as a roadmap to Bloomsburg!


Let's make it official! A deposit secures your spot in the Husky Family with the incoming class and launches the next phase of admissions, such as getting set up with orientation, residence life, and a step closer to landing a roommate.

Pay Your Deposit

Be social and join the conversation. No need to wait until you get on campus, start connecting with current and fellow incoming Huskies today on our vast social media network.

Don't wait. Submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid! By completing the FAFSA form, you'll make sure you're taking advantage of the best student loan options, as well as become eligible for grants, work-study, and scholarships.

More Information

Each year we award more than $9 million in scholarships to deserving first-year and transfer students. Be sure to apply as soon as possible, because early applicants receive priority consideration.

Complete your application and submit your high school transcript by 12/15 to guarantee scholarship eligibility. (Scholarship funding is limited.)

Apply for Scholarships

The PA State Grant Program is a financial aid program that assists eligible Pennsylvanians afford the costs of higher education at the undergraduate level.

Check it frequently! We will primarily communicate with you through your email address. So this is your main source for important dates, deadlines, and activities.

New student accounts will begin to be issued to deposited students in mid-March. Once created, log-in instructions will be sent to the email address on file with the Office of Admissions.

The 2023-2024 housing application will become available in April for incoming students. Instructions will be sent to the email address on file with the Office of Admissions.

On-campus housing is guaranteed for both first-year and transfer students. To lock in, you need to complete your MyHousing application and housing agreement, select a meal plan, and request a roommate (if you have one in mind). Be sure to use your BU-assigned email address when starting your application.

  • Roommate request - must be submitted in MyHousing by June 1.
  • Housing and roommate assignment posted in MyHousing on July 1.

MyHousing Application

The Learning Communities at Bloomsburg University provide support and guidance for first-year students both in and out of the classroom.

While in an LC, you will find yourself in a close-knit group of peers with similar majors, interests, and goals while still experiencing the large and diverse network of Bloomsburg University. Faculty, staff, and mentors work together to provide a fun and supportive community designed to help you adjust and grow academically and socially. A peer mentor will be available to answer questions, offer encouragement and guidance, and welcome you to campus.

Apply to join a Learning Community!

Your transition to Bloomsburg University isn't confined to a one-day orientation event. We've designed a summer-long immersive program that will help you, your family, and supporters, get ready to start your journey on the right 'paw'! Every journey needs a map. Chart your course to the top at orientation.

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Commonwealth University requires a mathematics ability assessment to determine readiness for various courses. Students in particular majors are required to use the ALEKS Placement, Preparation, and Learning system. Other students may choose to use this system to better prepare for classes. The ALEKS placement system covers material from Basic Math through Pre-Calculus and will take approximately 90 minutes to complete. After the assessment, a targeted Prep and Learning Module is available for you to review and better understand this material. The Learning Modules will help you improve your placement and eventual course outcomes.

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All new students are required to complete the online health forms prior to starting classes. We work hard to make sure all our Huskies are healthy — your health and wellness are priorities.

***Forms will be available after July 1st.

Online Health Forms

All first-year and transfer students are required to submit a final transcript from their previous school. First-year students should submit a transcript showing proof of graduation. Transfer students should submit a transcript showing grades from their final semester in college. Please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions with any questions.

Bringing a car to campus? Be sure it’s registered before classes begin. Starting on Aug. 1st, new students can register their vehicle. Visit the University Police site to learn more about fees, how to register, where you park as a commuter or student living on campus. Have questions about parking? Contact BUPD at 570-389-4168 or

  • You'll receive more information concerning the process of scheduling your courses later in the spring!
  • If applicable, send us any AP exam test scores and final transcripts from other colleges attended to the Admissions Office.
  • Once you have your class schedule, visit our University Bookstore website to price and purchase your textbooks.
  • June 20: New Student Orientation
  • June 21: New Student Orientation
  • June 22: New Student Orientation
  • June 27: New Student Orientation
  • June 28: New Student Orientation
  • August 21: First day of classes
illustration of Carver Hall
Student studying in a Soltz Hall residential lounge

Living On Campus?

Living on campus is more than just the setting of your college career - it marks the beginning of the next phase of your journey. And at Bloomsburg, you’ll live in comfort and flourish as a member of the Husky Family.

Friends eat together at the Scranton Commons

Food for Thought

Dining on campus isn’t one size fits all so our meal plans were designed to meet your unique needs. If you are looking to enjoy a meal with friends or just a snack on the go – we’ve got options to fit every appetite.

Carver Hall illustration inside a keystone shape

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