Check-In for Continuing and Returning Students
To enroll for the summer semester, Berklee College of Music students must log in to my.berklee.edu and select the “Semester Check-In” link in the Check-In section. Before a student can complete the check-in process, all check-in restrictions must be cleared.
The check-in period for the summer 2018 semester is May 22–25. Students who fail to complete the check-in process by 11:59 p.m. EDT on May 25 will be considered by the college not to be attending the summer semester and will be dropped from all their courses. Under special circumstances and in direct communication with the Office of the Registrar, a student may be allowed to check-in after the May 25 deadline. A $260 late fee will be will assessed, and the student's schedule will need to be rebuilt according to seat availability.
What to Do Before May 22
Beginning one month before the start of the semester and before arriving on campus, you should log in to my.berklee.edu and check your individual restrictions by clicking on the "Semester Check-In" link in the Check-In section. Any restrictions will be listed along with information about how to resolve them.
One of the restrictions is to pay tuition in full. Tuition is due May 14 for the summer 2018 semester. Students who do not pay their bill by this date will be subject to a $260 late payment fee assessed by the Office of the Bursar.
If you are a returning international student and were issued a new SEVIS Record, you must also verify your immigration information. Please see International Student Check-In Requirements (login required) for more information.
Online Check-In (May 22–25)
Beginning May 22, after all check-in requirements have been cleared and no later than May 25, you must check in by clicking the “Check-In” button at the bottom of the “Semester Check-In” screen. A successful check-in will be indicated by a "SUCCESS!" message in green and a confirmation email that will be sent to you within 24 hours. No student will be considered enrolled for the summer semester who has not received this confirmation. Once checked in, you can view your schedule (with room numbers), and add and drop courses.
Review the below sections for more information.
The add/drop period at the beginning of each term is the first five days of the semester. After the initial five days of classes, students are not allowed to drop a course from their schedule. For semesters that begin on a Tuesday, the add/drop period extends through the following Monday.
You can add or drop courses during designated times on my.berklee.edu. In the Registration section, select "Search and Register for Classes" to add courses or "View/Change Schedule" to drop courses. Online add/drop is available except for the hours between 1:30 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. EDT. You will receive a confirmation of schedule changes along with revised tuition charges and any lab fees.
Summer 2018 courses can be added or dropped up until June 4. To add a course to your schedule after the deadline, a petition for a late add must be approved by the instructor of the course and the course chair.
Students may not drop a course from their schedule or change sections after the add/drop deadline; you may, however, withdraw from classes by requesting an advance grade of "W" by the July 20 deadline. (See Withdrawals and Refunds for information on how to withdraw from a class.) If you wish to drop all your courses and cancel your registration, you must go to the Office of the Registrar, 939 Boylston Street, second floor (enter through 921 Boylston Street, third floor).
If you experience any technical difficulties, please contact the Student Computer Support Center on the lower level of 186 Massachusetts Avenue, email them at email@example.com, or call them at 617-747-8800. The Office of the Registrar is also available to assist you with online registration.
Berklee's student health insurance plan is offered through Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and is administered by Gallagher Student Health and Special Risk. If a student in residence on the Boston campus is interested in waiving the Berklee plan, he or she must demonstrate comparable coverage that is compliant with Massachusetts laws regarding student health insurance and the Affordable Care Act.
To waive the Berklee student health insurance plan, visit Gallagher's website for Berklee and click on "Student Waiver" in the left navigation bar. Be sure to have your current health insurance card available as information from this card will be needed to complete the Waiver form. For summer-entering students, the deadline for submitting a request to waive Berklee’s SHIP is June 9, 2018. The deadline for waiving 2018–2019 coverage for entering and continuing students is September 17, 2018.
For all questions regarding the Berklee student health insurance plan, waiver assistance, or for further information contact Gallagher Student Health and Special Risk at 800-391-8057, Monday–Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. EDT, or via live chat, Monday–Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EDT.
All students enrolled at Berklee's campus in Boston are required to be immunized against the following before attending class:
- measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR);
- tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (Tdap);
- hepatitis B; and
- meningococcal disease (for students living in the on-campus residence halls).
(NOTE: Beginning in the fall of 2018, all newly enrolled full-time students 21 years of age and younger will be required to show documentation of a dose of MenACWY vaccine administered on or after their 16th birthday, regardless of housing status.)
You may have some expired immunizations that you will need to update. Your check-in process cannot be finalized until you have submitted to the Office of the Registrar written documentation of your immunizations. These records may be mailed, dropped off in person at 939 Boylston Street, second floor (enter through 921 Boylston Street, third floor), or sent by fax to 617-747-8520. If you have already provided us with these records upon admittance, it is not necessary to resubmit them.
If you have lost your Berklee student identification card (Berklee One Card), you must pay a $20 replacement fee at the Public Safety Department located in the basement of 155 Massachusetts Avenue building. Another form of ID must be presented.
It is recommended that all students who have declared a major do an online Academic Evaluation (EVAL) before the end of add/drop. Once you are logged into my.berklee.edu, select "My Degree Audit" under the Academic Profile section.
If you are interested in cross registering at any of the colleges within the ProArts Consortium, please visit the ProArts website.