Office of Student Recruitment (Undergraduate)

After your Acceptance

Congratulations, you have been accepted!

After you've been accepted to The University of the West Indies, Mona you'll need to begin preparing for your first year here by making sure your have accepted the offer of entry, paid your tuition and fees, submitted your housing application and financial aid application forms, attend orientation, and completed class registrations by the appropriate deadlines. The links below will help you with taking those next steps.

Welcome to the UWI Mona Family!

Confirm Your Intention to Enroll

The Admissions Section would have notified you by email that you have been offered a place at the University of the West Indies. Your offer of entry letter would be found in the Application Portal at . The letter would also have advised that you should accept the offer by the stated deadline. Make sure you do so and reserve your place before others on the waiting list are considered.

Tuition and Fees

Payment of your tuition and fees are an important part of the enrolment process because you will not be considered to be a registered student of the University if all, or part, of your tuition and fees are not paid. Tuition and fee information can be found at or you may call Student Billing at 927-1660-9. Need help? You may also visit the Student Administrative Services Section (SASS) for more information about the payment process.

Housing Application

Living on campus is part of the full college experience. The members of the Office of Student Services and Development team are dedicated to enhancing your educational experience by providing and facilitating an enjoyable on-campus living experience. Besides being within walking distance to all of your classes, living on campus provides students access to a variety of academic, cultural, social and recreational programs. Housing applications are processed in the order in which they are received, so it is important that you apply as early as possible.

To apply for accommodation on campus, go to the UWI page and click on "Accommodation" under Current Students. Then click on "Forms and Documents" on the next page that comes up. Then click on the "Housing Application Form" to download. The completed form should be emailed to . You will receive an email advising of the status of your application.

Visit the Office of Student Services and Development website for more information and to complete the Housing Application.

New Student Orientation

You've been accepted, you've confirmed your enrollment (if applicable), and now you're ready to really start the transition to The University of the West Indies, Mona as the newest member of our school of Pelicans! New Student Orientation is required of all new freshman and transfer students and will help you take the first step in creating your academic and extracurricular life as a UWI Mona student. At the New Student Orientation in August, you will have the opportunity to meet your Faculty academic advisor, fellow classmates, register for your courses, obtain your Identification Card, learn how to get involved in academic and student life opportunities and learn more details about the campus and all of its activities. More importantly, orientation is your first opportunity to discuss your academic goals and establish your graduation plan with your academic advisor and register for classes. You will also receive important information about university policies that cover your academic career at UWI Mona.

Visit the Office of Student Services and Development for more information about the New Student Orientation program and upcoming dates.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery students should contact the Faculty of Medical Sciences office for orientation and registration information.

First-Time Registration

As a new student, you must schedule an appointment with your academic advisor before registering online. To do so, please contact the Faculty office to make a phone or in-person appointment.

Buying Books

Each semester, our lecturers for individual classes select textbooks for the courses they are teaching and then have the University Bookstore order those books for the expected number of students in the class. When you visit the bookstore to buy your books, it should have the books you need for each class in stock. Bring information about your courses to the book store and you’ll be able to easily locate the textbooks you need.