E-Check-in Process and Financial Aid

Students are required to check in each semester using the e-check-in process. We request that students check in as soon as possible each semester. The check-in process opens before classes begin each semester. Students may check in before classes begin. Students enrolled in field study or an exchange program must also check in each semester. If you have questions about the e-check-in process, please contact CASA at 413.559.5498.

To check-in, visit TheHub; click on the e-check-in link in the Personal Info section.

Financial aid cannot be disbursed for the semester until students check-in for that semester. Please check in as soon as possible either before or immediately after classes begin so we can process your aid and disburse the funds to your College bill as soon as possible. 

The Spring 2024 e-check-in process begins on January 20, 2024.

Students enrolled in field study or an exchange program must also check-in for that semester.

If your financial aid application is missing documents or data, we will place a hold on your access to the e-check-in process. While you have this hold you will not be able to check in. Your access will be restored after we receive the missing items or actions. Your access to the e-check-in process may be blocked because of various reasons, including but not limited to missing documents for your aid application, including those required for the federal verification process; non-completion of the loan requirements, including the entrance loan counseling and the master promissory note; and failure to accept or decline your financial aid offers. A financial aid hold will prevent you from checking in for the semester and will prevent you from participating in the following semester's course pre-registration process held in November and April. 

If your access to the e-check-in process has been blocked you may continue to select or drop courses during the add-drop period.