All new and returning students must complete registration/enrolment formalities before they commence or resume study at Fulton College. This normally occurs the week before classes commence. An Orientation session is scheduled for all students.
New students or returning students who have taken a break from study at Fulton College must have formal written authority from the Academic Registrar before proceeding with registration.
The following outlines the general registration process:
-Obtain financial clearance from the Business Office. Students are encouraged to do this prior to arriving at Fulton to speed up their registration.
-Arrange the semester's academic program with the Course Director (for returning students, this step may be taken as part of a pre-registration process towards the end of the previous semester).
-Confirm contact details for next of kin and student sponsors.
-Sign a statement of acceptance for any special academic conditions attached to the student's study at Fulton College.
-Collect a Student ID card
-Submit the completed registration form to the Academic Office.
The following additional steps are involved in first semester registration or in the registration of students returning to Fulton College after a break from study:
-Provide required personal information to the Director of Student Services.
-Arrange individual work programs with the Student Work Coordinator.
-Sign the Acceptance Form of all College regulations, (including the Student Handbook, Academic Bulletin and Financial Policies) provided by the Student Services Office, Academic Registry and Business Office.
-Complete the competencies testing:
Computer Skills All New students
Literacy & Numeracy All New students
Conversational Vernacular Fiji citizens studying Education & Theology
Adventist Doctrine Theology students
-Complete any pre-requisites test
A student who does not complete registration during the scheduled period will normally be charged $50 for the first day or part thereof, and $5 a day for each additional day or part thereof. Ignorance of regulations, misreading timetables, lack of finance, or missing scheduled transport arrangements are not considered acceptable reasons for late registration. A late registrant will not be given exemption from any assignment or test given during the period for which they are not registered. A student will not normally be registered after Friday, Week 2 of the semester.