Resources for New Graduate Students
- Review the Guidelines and Responsibilities for Graduate Students.
- Log into MyNova from the VU homepage to get class schedule and email
- Payment of Tuition – After you have registered and the University has issued an electronic tuition bill, you will receive an email from “Bursarebill@villanova.edu" with the subject line: NEW V-BILL AVAILABLE.
- The link to access the V-bill through your MyNova is available on the Bursar website http://www.bursar.villanova.edu/.
If you have any questions about your tuition bill, please email: email@example.com.
- How to Register for a Course Through MyNova
Academics / Advising
- Academic Calendar
- Academic Integrity - All students are required to take an online Academic Integrity Pledge. The pledge can be accessed through MyNova in the Graduate Engineering Task Center. You must read the policy (Step 1) and complete the pledge form (Step 2).
Important Policies and Procedures
- Minimum GPA and Time to Complete Degree. Graduate students are expected to maintain a ‘B’ (3.0) minimum cumulative grade point average. All requirements for the Master’s degree must be completed within seven years (in any admitted status, including non-matriculated).
- Financial Aid. Please note that only students who have a matriculated status and who are seeking a degree are eligible for federal loans. International students and students holding a non-matriculated, special status or those pursuing certificate programs are not eligible for federal aid. Also, your status as a full-time or part-time student could be critical. Please see this link for definitions of student status. Any questions on this issue should be directed to the Financial Assistance Office at 610-519-4010 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Academic Responsibility.Villanova University takes academic honesty very seriously; be sure to familiarize yourself with our policy and standards ofacademic integrity. Graduate students must take personal responsibility for knowing the deadlines each semester for dropping and adding courses and for withdrawing from courses, since bothfinancialandacademic penalties could be incurred.
Please visit the University’s Graduate Student Orientation webpage for presentations/information from the President’s Office, the Provost’s Office, the library, the health center, and more.