First-Year & Transfer Orientation

The purpose of Orientation is to ensure each new student is cleared and prepared to begin classes and have a successful semester. By Friday, January 8th, you will have received your class schedule, your course and fee statement, and housing assignment (if living on campus). If you have not, we will help you take care of this during Orientation. 

You must be cleared by the business office, before moving in and starting classes. To be cleared, you must:

  • Submit all transcripts to the Admissions Office (we must have official final transcripts).
  • Submit all Health Forms, including Covid 19 Test results.
  • Speak with Success Coach to confirm schedule
  • Submit a Housing Application if you plan to live on campus in the Halo  (found under student services) 
  • Review Course and Fee Statement and Payment Options in the Halo

Students must have a zero balance or payment plan in place to be considered cleared. 

Once you are cleared, you will be able to schedule a time to move in and begin classes on Monday, January  11th. 
 

Once you have been admitted and completed your commitment form, you will need to register for Spring Orientation which will be held on: 

Orientation Dates

If you have not paid your deposit, you can do so here:
ONLINe Commit Form 

To Register for Orientation:
REGISTER FOR ORIENTATION

For any questions, please contact Kelly Tillinghast, Director of Student Enrichment, at 864-488-4011 or Ktillinghast@limestone.edu.

For Questions regarding Housing:
Please contact the Housing Office at 864-488-8373 or ResLife@limestone.edu

For Questions Orientation or Advising:
Please contact the Office of Student Enrichment at 864-488-4011 or Ktillinghast@limsetone.edu

COVID Testing Requirments for Spring Semester 2021:

To protect the health and well-being of the campus community, it is essential that Limestone University students have a COVID-19 diagnostic test no later than 10 days prior to the start of the spring semester that begins in January of 2021. Students must submit online the necessary testing results prior to moving back into residential housing or attending classes on the Day Campus in Gaffney.

As was the case prior to the beginning of the current 2020-2021 academic year that started this past August, Limestone Day Campus students are required to show proof of COVID-19 testing before moving into residence halls (for residents) or before attending the first day of classes (for non-residents). Testing information must be sent to healthcenter@limestone.edu (non-athletes) or submitted to Athletics (athletes) and can include one of the following:

  • Proof of prior COVID-19 infection;
  • Proof of presence of COVID-19 antibodies; or
  • Proof of negative COVID-19 test results which was taken within 10 days of your scheduled move-in day (for residents) or the start of classes (for non-residents).

Limestone University expects all students to be tested for COVID-19. Individuals should obtain a test shortly before their return to campus, by a method of their choosing. Testing may be obtained through community-based testing sites (many at no charge), commercial providers, or a primary care physician. If a student cannot obtain a test in the needed window, one can be administered upon arrival on campus for a fee. Please contact the Health Center to schedule.

Undergraduate Costs for 2020-2021

Semesters

FALL 2020
August - December

SPRING 2021
January - April

TUITION
(Maximum 18 semester hours)
$12,600 $12,600
Day Student Fee $550 $550
ROOM $2,282 - $3,195
depending on housing choice
$2,282 - $3,195
depending on housing choice

Housing Options

  • Ebert, Eunice Ford, Fort Hall, Greer, Ball Residence Halls - Double Occupancy: $2,282 per semester
  • Brown Residence Hall - Double Occupancy: $2,609 per semester
  • Off-campus Student Housing (Agape House, Griffith, Landon House, Smith House, The Cedars, Walton Ridge ): $2,546 per semester
  • Ebert, Eunice Ford, Fort Hall, Greer, Ball Residence Halls - Single Occupancy: $3,195 per semester
  • Brown Residence Hall - Single Occupancy: $3,195 per semester
BOARD (MEAL PLAN) $2,393 $2,393
  • Certain courses may require additional Laboratory or Music Fees - see Academic Catalog for details
  • Students who enroll in fewer than 12 semester hours are classified as part-time students. Part-time students pay $1050.00 per credit hour.
  • Students who wish to audit a course are assessed a $50.00 per credit hour fee.
  • Textbook costs vary by course. Students have the option to order books from the College’s textbook vendor directly from their course schedules posted in the Limestone Portal.