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How do I Find my JMU student ID number?

Yes, visit the admission counselors’ website to determine the JMU representative in your area. How do I find my student ID number? Log into MyMadison with your eID and password. Click on the student tab at the top of the screen, then select student center located in the middle of the screen.

Can I apply to JMU with an associate degree?

Yes, most students completing an associate degree are finishing it during the same semester they are applying to JMU, or over the summer.

What does it take to get into JMU?

Most students admitted to JMU have: A wide range of personal qualities (extracurricular activities, work experience, life experience, special talents, and/or community service). Many of our students on the waitlist also have these credentials. The JMU Admissions Committee takes a holistic approach when it reviews applications.

How do I get information about orientation at JMU?

An unofficial transcript is acceptable for Orientation, however, you must send your final transcript to the JMU Office of Admissions. How do I get information about living on campus? After you log in to complete your Transfer One Book steps, please refer to the Housing Search step. Visit the ORL website for additional information.

How do I Find my JMU office/campus directory information?

Log in to MyMadison and navigate to the JMU Office/Campus Directory Info link under the Employee tab. Students: Need to update your information?

How do I Find my JMU pin?

Your PIN is a 4-digit number you provided on your application. If you have forgotten your PIN, visit the eID Activation Resources page and click Find my JMU PIN to have it sent to the email address you supplied on your application. Open a web browser to the JMU Application site.

How do I Find my Student ID number?

Click on the student tab at the top of the screen, then select student center located in the middle of the screen. Your nine digit ID number will be listed at the top of the student center page.

What is your JMU Eid (username)?

Your JMU eID (also called “username” in some applications/systems) is your electronic identification that provides access to password protected websites and services, such as MyMadison, software downloads, and the JMU Official Wireless network.

The majority of our incoming freshmen are ranked in the top third of their high school with As and Bs in core classes (math, lab science, foreign languages, English and social sciences). What are the minimum required SAT I or ACT scores? JMU does not require the SAT/ACT to be part of your application file.

How hard is it to get into JMU with a 23?

What is JMU orientation like?

This is the official beginning of your JMU experience…you’ll move into your residence hall, reconnect with your OPA, meet your First yeaR Orientation Guide (FROG), and be immersed in several academic and social programs throughout the first few weeks to help you become acclimated to the campus.

Where can I find information about JMU residence halls?

The One Book includes detailed information about residence halls and the Office of Residence Life. Additional information is available by visiting our website jmu.edu/orl or by calling our office at 540-568-HOME (4663). Are all residence halls co-ed? Yes, all residence halls are co-ed.

How do I get started at JMU?

Get started with a message from Orientation and JMU staff! Hear faculty and staff explain academic expectations and how to succeed here by selecting the students college below.

Why attend JMU’s One day program?

By attending our one-day program, we hope you learn about successfully transitioning to Madison and the services and resources we offer. In January, you’ll move to Harrisonburg, reconnect with your Orientation leaders and be immersed in several academic and social programs throughout the first few weeks to help you get to know JMU better!

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