Next Steps // After You've Registered for Classes
Access Your My Hawkeye Account Often
Access your My Hawkeye account to check your:
- Class Schedule
- Financial aid — Review your financial aid award and see if you need to submit any additional forms or documents.
- Hawkeye email — We recommend checking your Hawkeye email at least once a week.
- Academic Evaluation
- And much more
Learn more about My Hawkeye.
Pay Your Hawkeye Bill
Your bill for tuition, fees, and books may be viewed in My Hawkeye > Self-Service Menu > Web Advisor for Students > Billing & Payment > View Account and Make Payments.
You are responsible to pay tuition and fees for registered classes whether you attend or not.
Awarded financial aid can help pay your Hawkeye bill and potentially assist with some living expenses. If you have not already done so:
File Your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to apply for many types of financial assistance including low interest loans and scholarships and grants.
Apply for Hawkeye and external scholarships.
See Paying for College: Paying Your Bill for more information on financial aid, payment options, and how to drop or withdraw from a course.
Get Your Textbooks and Course Materials
Upon registration you will be automatically enrolled in the Bookstore's Box of Books program, a convenient and cost-effective textbook rental program.
Through the Box of Books textbook rental program, the Hawkeye Bookstore does your shopping for textbooks and course materials. Your books can be picked up at the bookstore or shipped directly to your home before the first day of class.
Learn more about the Box of Books program.
Get Your Student ID and Parking Permit
Stop by Student Services, Hawkeye Center 208, to pick up your student ID and parking permit.
Know Who Your Advisors Are
Visit Programs of Study and select your program to find your Academic/College Success Advisor and your Program Advisor and their contact information.
Need to Make Changes to your Schedule?
Before making any changes, please read through How to Drop or Withdraw From a Course.
See your advisor for assistance if you have questions.
Plan for Tutoring and Academic Support
Students who work with tutors spend less time struggling on assignments and earn higher grades than students who try to do it on their own.
See Tutoring Services—Getting Help with Your Course Work.
Have Fun with Student Activities
Get involved, meet new friends, and have some fun! Check out some Clubs and Orgs that interest you. Visit the Student Activities calendar, watch for flyers, and view ComLink to find out about upcoming events scheduled throughout the semester.
Review Class Information on Canvas
Log into Canvas on the first day of the semester. This is where you will find all of the information for your classes.
See Canvas Online Learning Management System to learn more about Canvas and review resources to help you get started.