1. Confirm Your Enrollment
2. Complete the Required Forms
3. How to Get Here, What to Bring & When to Arrive
4. A Sense of Place: Expedition 1
5. Winter A Sense of Place
6. Meet Your Field Guides
7. Policies & Guidelines
8. Make the Most of Your Time Here!
9. Accepted Student Days
Grow. Expand. Develop.
Helpful resources and links to get you oriented.
We are here to support you! Please reach out any time with your questions.
General Academic program questions:
- Laura Spence, Dean of Academics
Advising, Learning Support, and Athletics:
- Pavel Cenkl, Associate Dean of Academics and Director of Athletics
NetClassroom, Course Registration, Course Scheduling, Transfer Credit Evaluations, and Waivers:
- Laura Lea Berry, Assistant Dean of Academics & Registrar
Residential Life, Health & Wellness, Assistance Animals, Safety & Security, Community, Work Program, Vehicle Registration:
- Leslie Averill, Dean of Community and Work
- Barb Stuart, Director of Financial Aid
Billing and Student Health Insurance:
- Peter Merrill, Vice President and COO
Not sure where to direct your question? Let your Admission Counselor help you.
STERLING EMAIL ADDRESS
Congrats! You have a Sterling College email address! Please get this account set up as soon as possible, and check it regularly. We will send important enrollment information to only your Sterling gmail address throughout the summer.
Here’s how to get started:
Point your browser at email.sterlingcollege.edu
At the login screen enter: your first initial and last name in lower-case letters @sterlingcollege.edu (ex.bmarley@sterlingcollege.
Your temporary password will be provided via email directly to you by the Office of Admission.
Since we are a Google Apps school, your account will grant you access to Google Calendar and Google Drive, both of which are widely used by the Sterling Community for scheduling events and appointments, and sharing data.
If you have any questions about using Google Apps or require any other technology assistance, please feel free to contact: email@example.com.
Engaging fully in the Sterling community is an important part of your education here. Though we’re a small college, you’ll be amazed at the depth and breadth of activities happening on any given day. It’s a lot to keep track of but there are some tips and tricks to help keep you in the know…
If you want to know what’s going on be sure to check out:
- Community Meeting
- The eNews (You’ll be automatically subscribed upon deposit)
- The Sterling Calendar (gCal)
- The bulletin board in Dunbar Hall
- The Sterling Blog
We’re also like to share news and events on some social media platforms as well:
There are other ways we stay connected here as well. Flyers and notices at the local co-op and general store, The Front Porch Forum and good old fashioned conversation with our friends and neighbors.