Semester Check-in Information

How to Check in for the Semester

Check-in is the way you confirm your enrollment for the semester. Before you can check in, you must clear your restrictions, which may include tasks like entering your emergency contact information, submitting proof of your COVID-19 vaccination, paying your bill, or submitting proof of graduation. Once you have cleared your restrictions, you can check in for the semester. Review the "About Check-In Restrictions" section below for details about how to view and resolve your restrictions.

Entering students check in in person, while continuing/returning students check in online at

Fall 2022 check-in runs from Saturday, August 27, at 9:00 a.m. to Friday, September 2, at 11:59 p.m.

International Students

If you are an entering student or a student returning to Berklee after a break in studies, be sure to submit these additional forms as part of your check-in process. Learn more.

Entering Students

For your first semester at Berklee, check-in takes place in person. When you arrive on campus on Saturday, August 27, visit 7 Haviland Street between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. to get help resolving any remaining restrictions and check in for the semester. Even if you clear all restrictions before you arrive, come to 7 Haviland Street to pick up your Berklee ID and check in.

If you’re arriving late, staff will also be available at 7 Haviland Street on Sunday, August 28, between 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.

if you need more time to resolve your restrictions, you will receive instructions about how to check in by the deadline: Friday, September 2, at 11:59 p.m.

Continuing and Returning Students

After you clear your restrictions, check in online on from Saturday, August 27, at 9:00 a.m. to Friday, September 2, at 11:59 p.m.

To check in: On, click on “Check-In” under “My Profile.” You will see a message confirming that you have checked in (note that there is no “Submit” button). View instructions.

What Happens If You Don’t Check in by the Deadline

  • If you do not check in by the deadline, the college will assume you are not attending the semester and will cancel your schedule.

  • If you check in after the deadline, you will be charged a $250 late fee. If you are having difficulty clearing your restrictions or checking in, please contact the office that administers your particular restriction to have your schedule held. Otherwise, your schedule will not be held and you will have to rebuild it depending on course availability.

  • Until you check in, you are not considered an enrolled student and cannot attend classes.

About Check-In Restrictions

A check-in restriction is a hold on your record that will prevent you from checking in to begin the semester. Each check-in restriction indicates a step that you must take in order to clear it.

To view your restrictions, log in to with your OnePass, then click “Check-In” under “My Profile” to see your restrictions. View instructions.

Your individual restrictions will be listed along with steps for resolving them. If you have any questions or are having difficulty using to check in, please contact One Stop Student Services at or 617-747-6777, or visit 921 Boylston Street, suite 100. 

Restriction Office That Holds the Restriction How to Clear the Restriction
Academic Program Does Not Match I-20 International Student Services Your academic program has changed; the program listed on your current I-20 no longer matches your academic record. You must request a new I-20 from International Student Services. Download the I-20 Request Packet and follow the instructions.
Balance Due Student Accounts Pay your balance.

Please note: You may not have a zero balance because you have yet to waive participation in the Berklee Student Health Insurance Program (SHIP).  

For support, visit One Stop Student Services at 921 Boylston, first floor, suite 100.
Complete the F-1 Student Regulations Agreement International Student Services Complete and submit the F-1 Student Regulations Agreement form online.
Emergency Information Registrar’s Office  Click on "Emergency Information" under the My Profile section.
EVERFI Restriction Equity Complete the EVERFI course(s) and then email to remove the restriction. Entering students: In September, you will receive an email with details about how to complete the course(s).
Health and Wellness Health and Wellness Email
Local Address Verification Registrar's Office Click on "Local Address Verification" under the My Profile section.
Missing Immunization(s)
(including COVID-19 Vaccine)
Health and Wellness

Log in to and click on the Magnus Health icon to submit your remaining immunization requirement documentation.

Follow these instructions to submit your COVID-19 vaccine documentation.

Missing Transfer Release / Prior Conduct Certificate Admissions Provide your transfer release to your enrollment officer at
Out of Status Restriction International Student Services Your previous SEVIS record has been terminated. You need to enter the U.S. using a new I-20 from Berklee and complete the international check-in requirements. If you have not yet received a new I-20, download the I-20 Request Packet and follow the instructions.
Passport Expired, Missing, or Soon to Expire International Student Services Please email an image of your new passport as a PDF, JPG, or PNG file to International Student Services at
Proof of Graduation Admissions Provide your high school diploma to your enrollment officer at
Student Acknowledgement of Financial and Other Obligations (SAFO) Registrar’s Office Click on "Financial Information" and select "Student Acknowledgement of Financial Information" under the Student Finance section. Scroll to the bottom of the page, check off the box to indicate that you have read and agreed with the three disclosures, then click "Submit."
Submit an Image of Your F-1 Visa International Student Services Use the F-1 Visa Information form to submit an image of the F-1 visa in your passport.
Submit Your U.S. Port of Entry Information International Student Services Use the Port of Entry Information form to submit an image of your most recent port of entry stamp or electronic I-94. You must wait until after you have arrived in the U.S. for the current semester in order to submit.
Your I-20 is Not Valid for the Upcoming Semester International Student Services You must request a new I-20 from International Student Services. Download the I-20 Request Packet and follow the instructions.