Welcome Newly Admitted Students to the Institute
The Institute, like most higher education institutions, is relying increasingly on online resources to support students. You can locate on our website relevant information related to the Institute’s academic and student life policies and procedures. In addition, many of the requisite forms related to OES and OSAS operations are accessible from your computer. IOnline also enables you to register for courses, pay your tuition, review your grades and update your personal information. Our goal is to make the student record aspect of your education as accessible as possible.
The Institute’s official means of communication is via your Institute email account. Please check this account daily for important Institute information and updates. If you do not receive your email account information by the first day of classes, please contact email@example.com.
Student Services are provided by two offices
The Office of Enrollment Services (OES) offices include:
The Office of Student Affairs and Services (OSAS) offices include:
Don’t hesitate to contact us if you need assistance during the course of your studies. (You can refer to the Current Student Institute Directory for specific contact information.)
The Student Government Association would like to welcome you as you begin your academic career at the MGH Institute of Health Professions. We assure you that your decision to attend the Institute will be one of the best you will ever make professionally.
We would like to take this opportunity to encourage you to consider becoming a class representative for the Student Government Association (SGA). As the Institute is a smaller school, the SGA provides critical feedback and input to the direction of the school. We oversee and allocate thousands of dollars of Student Activity Fee funds for student groups, conferences, activities, and improvements. The SGA has served as the voice of the students over the years, and as the Institute takes on new ventures, student input will continue to be crucial. During this past year, the SGA student representatives collaborated and provided feedback around construction of the new fourth floor study space, addressed laptop and printer functionality, and were involved in addressing and bringing about a more affordable health care option to students. The ways in which the SGA can contribute to the quality of student life on campus is invaluable, especially in changing times. We are fortunate in that the school’s President, Janis Bellack, values the student voice and has given the SGA class representatives the opportunity to join her for lunches to discuss the vision of the Institute. We also encourage the student representatives to meet with their program’s faculty and administration regularly throughout the semester in order to address program-specific concerns and questions. Bellack, values the student voice and has given the SGA class representatives the opportunity to join her for lunches to discuss the vision of the Institute. We also encourage the student representatives to meet with their program’s faculty and administration regularly throughout the semester in order to address program-specific concerns and questions.
We are looking for two students from each entering class to serve as SGA representatives — students who are enthusiastic and interested in representing their fellow classmates’ interests. As students ourselves, we fully understand the time pressures that you will face as you enter into your academic career at the Institute, but we can guarantee that the work involved with being an SGA representative will not detract from your studies. If you would like more information on becoming a member of the SGA, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to the Institute!