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Other Forms

 

Below are additional forms: (1) mandatory vehicle registration form; (2) forms that are optional; (3) forms applicable to student riders; (4) athletic forms; (5) Learning on the Land registration.

1. Vehicle Registration Form

 This form is mandatory if you are bringing a vehicle to campus.

2. Optional Forms
  • y:1 Application Form (y:1 is the first-year program that is centered on the Common Reading book and the use of technology, including providing an iPad to students who participate.) The application is available online for a limited time frame in the spring for the Fall Semester.
  • Refrigerator Rental Form: The Melvin Corporation provides rental refrigerator/microwave combo units. You will receive information about renting a combo unit when you receive our new student packet in mid-July.

  • Roomate Request Form
    Students interested in requesting a specific roommate must complete this form by 5 p.m. on June 5, 2014. Requests will not be honored unless BOTH roommates submit the form prior to the deadline. Late requests will NOT be accepted.

3. Forms for Riders
4. Forms for Athletes

Athletic Training and Sports Information
Below are the Student-Athlete forms for 2014-15. All forms must be completed and received by the
head athletic trainer prior to any practice. Sport-specific questionnaires must be completed in their entirety prior to the first day of practice. 

Direct athletic training questions to Colleen Frickie and contact Jean Hazelwood with any sports information inquiries.

5. Learning on the Land — Fall Registration only
All new students who begin in August participate in the “Learning on the Land” program. Incoming students have the opportunity to register for an exploratory session that examines the Sweet Briar environment from different perspectives such as anthropology, art, ecology, horticulture, technology and music. The experiences are as vastly different as the faculty, staff and students leading them. Research the different offerings for this year’s Learning on the Land Program here and register between July 1 and July 31, 2014. Incoming students who do not register will be assigned a program.