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Welcome to the Online Enrolment facility for Harper Adams University based courses. You will not be able to start the enrolment process until you have been instructed how to do so by the University.

New students

If your place has already been unconditionally confirmed you will receive information regarding enrolment via e-mail in August. If you have results or other information pending, details will be sent within two weeks of your place being confirmed.

Returning students

If you are a returning student you will be eligible to enrol online and will be sent e-mail notification to your student e-mail account in August with information on when and how you need to enrol.

If you are subject to reassessments or are in debt to the University, you will not be permitted to re-enrol, until you are eligible to proceed (which will be confirmed by the Exams Office) or have either paid, or made arrangements, to pay debts with the Finance Office. When you log in you will not be able to see the re-enrolment option. If you do not see the enrolment link, but believe you should, please contact Student Records.

The enrolment process

The enrolment process should take around 15 minutes. You will be required to confirm that the information that we currently hold about you is correct, make changes where necessary, confirm your course details and agree to the University's enrolment agreement and regulations. Where policy and regulations are referenced during the enrolment process, they are available to refer to. You may wish to allow more time to read through these.

Before you start, you should have to hand:

  • your current address and telephone details
  • your term time address if you are living off campus
  • your car details (if you are bringing a car to campus)
  • details of who you will register as your emergency contact
  • new students should also be aware that, as part of online enrolment, they must:
    1. upload a photograph for their student ID card
    2. upload a Right to Study check document

We have some further guidance on providing evidence of Right to Study. If you are unable to provide any of the required documents, you should contact your admissions office as a matter of urgency. You must provide a Right to Study document and a photograph for your Student ID card as part of online enrolment to enable you to register at the University at the start of term.

Once you have completed the online process remember to regularly log back in to the Harper Portal to access your Harper Adams student e-mail account as all updates and information will be sent to this.

New students will be advised of when and where they will need to report to when they first arrive at the University. This is when you will be issued with your Student ID card which completes the registration process. This will also trigger the release of any Student Finance payments.

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Students should refer to their 'invitation to enrol' for deadlines.

Registration dates

Contact us

If you have any problems, please contact:

Undergraduate Admissions Office
+44 (0)1952 815000

Student Records
+44 (0)1952 815320

+44 (0)1952 815289

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