Xavier Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I request my transcripts?
- Does Xavier give credit for life experience?
- Will my GPA transfer?
- How do I schedule an appointment with an advisor?
- Where do I find the course schedules?
- Where do I get my student ID card?
- Where can I get a parking permit?
- How do I change my major?
- How do I change my address?
- How do I change my schedule?
- Where can I find tuition information?
- When and how do I receive my bill?
- Payment plans
- What type of financial aid is available?
- Do you offer any scholarships or grants?
- Do you have an employee reimbursement program?
Questions and Answers
A free application is available online.
There is no charge to apply online. There is a $35 fee to apply using the paper application.
No, we have a rolling admission policy.
Send our Transcript Request Form to your high school and any college or university you attended. An official copy of the transcript will be sent directly to our office. If you choose to pick up a copy of your transcript, you must bring it to us in the sealed envelope that you received it in.
Xavier gives credit for some military experience, the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy and other training programs as recommended by the American Council on Education. See your advisor for details.
College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams are intended for adult learners who believe they have acquired knowledge through life experiences which would enable them to possibly test out of undergraduate courses. Students who have taken CLEP examinations may apply for college credit for this work. Xavier grants credit in a number of disciplines depending on the student's score on the appropriate CLEP examination. Students must arrange to have official test scores sent to Xavier University. Xavier's school code is 1965.
Your previous GPA will not transfer, only the credit hours for any classes with a grade of C or better.
Contact the CAPS/Weekend Degree Program office at 513-745-3355. Phone and email advising is also available if that is more convenient for you.
Once you are registered, you can go to the ALL Card Center located in the Musketeer Mezzanine in Fenwick Place. The ALL Card is your student ID. Contact the ALL Card Center for hours at 513-745-3374 or check their website.
Once you are a registered student, log on to your MyXU portal and go to the parking services channel on the student services tab. Once logged in, click on "Buy A Xavier Permit" and the permits available to you will be displayed. You may also login here. For additional questions regarding parking, please click here.
Change of major forms are available in the CAPS/Weekend Degree Program office. See your advisor for details.
Change of address forms are available in the CAPS/Weekend Degree Program office or online.
Changes to your schedule can be made online at the MyXU portal on the Student Services tab, under student services section, under registration. Click on add or drop classes and select the correct term. You can also change your schedule by filling out an add/drop form in the CAPS/Weekend Degree Program office.
The tuition and fees schedule can be found on the Bursar's office website.
Beginning with the August 2010 monthly invoice, students will receive an email message sent to their Xavier University email address. The email explains that the eBill is available to view and pay. Once students click on the link provided in the email and log in to their account, the eBill can be viewed. View Xavier's billing schedule so you know when to expect future eBills. Students can set up an authorized person to also receive eBills. For details visit the Bursar's office website.
All registered students are required to enroll in a payment plan each semester. If you do not enroll, you will receive a weekly email reminding you to do so and a hold will be placed on your bursar account until the enrollment process (which takes only a minute or two) is completed.
To enroll in a payment plan, go to MyXU Portal, then to the Student Services tab and then to the My Academic Records channel and click on My Bursar Account. Visit the payment plan website to learn more.
Yes. To be eligible for a CAPS (part-time students only) or Weekend Degree Program grant:
- Students must file the FAFSA.
- After Xavier's Office of Financial Aid receives notice that the FAFSA has been filed, they will send a request, by email, to the student, asking for the student's enrollment plan. The enrollment plan indicates how many credit hours the student plans to take during each semester of the academic year. The student must return this enrollment plan to the Office of Financial Aid.
By taking these two steps, filling out a FAFSA and returning an enrollment plan to Financial Aid, CAPS (part-time only) students and Weekend Degree Program (full-time and part-time) students will be considered for CAPS/Weekend Degree Program grants.
Full-time CAPS students are not eligible for CAPS grants. Students must still fill out a FAFSA and enrollment plan to receive merit grants and need-based grants through the Office of Financial Aid.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call the CAPS office or your financial aid counselor.
Yes, this plan is offered only to those students who are reimbursed by their employer for their tuition costs. Under this plan, a student does not have to make any tuition payments until January after the fall semester and June after the spring semester. For the summer, payment of tuition is due in September. Interest is charged on the balance monthly. Visit the Bursar's office website for more information.
The Career Services Center provides career preparation services and resources for all Xavier students.
Check out the links, Moving Off Campus 101, Commuter and Off Campus Resources and Available Off Campus Housing on the Commuter Services website.
You must fill out a graduation application early in the semester in which you will be graduating. The application and deadline dates to apply can be found online on the Registrar's Office website or in the CAPS/Weekend Degree Program office.