I’m admitted. Now what?


Congratulations on your admission to GIAL!  There are just a few more steps to complete before you start your classes.  Download or view our admissions checklist today.  If you have any questions along the way, please do not hesitate to contact our Admissions team.  You can also check out our Admissions FAQ for answers to several of our more commonly asked questions.

1. Contact admissions@gial.edu to complete your post-acceptance paperwork

Required post-admission forms can be accessed via links on the Admissions Forms page (3rd and 4th sections on this page): http://www.gial.edu/admissions/admissions-forms/

Please fill in, save, and return those forms as email attachments to admissions@gial.edu.

You can check to see whether our Admissions Office has received your forms by logging into https://info.gial.edu/cafeweb/login  using the username and password sent to you at the time you submitted your application. As we receive your forms, we will add “Received” dates to the record in your “Applicant Status” profile.

Questions? Contact admissions@gial.edu.

2. Apply for financial aid

If you are interested in applying for financial aid, visit our Financial Aid pages.  The financial aid deadlines come very early, so don’t delay!

3. Put your GIAL Orientation dates on your calendar

Visit our Orientation page for orientation dates, schedule, and more.

4. Contact your academic advisor

New students are assigned an academic advisor and will need to have that advisor approve their schedule prior to completion of registration.  Click here to learn how to contact your academic advisor.

5. Register for classes

Visit our Registration page for information on how to register for classes.  Registration is completed online using Campus Café.

6. Purchase textbooks

Be sure to purchase your textbooks before classes start.

What textbooks do I need?
Where can I buy textbooks?

If you have any other questions, contact admissions.

7. Attend orientation

We look forward to seeing you on campus for orientation. If you are only intending to take online courses, no on-campus orientation is required.