Forms and Tests
Housing, VCard & Student Bio
- Provide information for a Housing Assignment
- Submit a Photo for Vassar ID Card
- Complete your New Student Biography information
- Share information about other special interests such as Religious and Spiritual Life, Technology, Campus Life and Diversity and more
- V-Cash Account Application (available in July)
Health and Accessibility
- Medical Requirements via the Vassar College Health Service Patient Portal (available mid-May) You will not be able to access the Health Service portal until you have your Vassar email address.
- Student Accessibility: Request for 504/Disability-Related Academic or Residential Life Accommodations
Find a Job
- Students apply for jobs online on Vassar’s JobX site. In early August we will email students more information and instructions for next steps.
- JobX opens to students with work study awards in their financial aid packages in mid-August. All other students must wait until September 30th to access JobX and begin applying for jobs. Work study students are given priority in the hiring process.
- In order to work on campus, you must complete an I-9 Form - a federal document that verifies a person's eligibility to work in the United States. This form requires you to provide original forms of identification when completing the form. List of acceptable documents. Please be sure to bring your original documents from home when you come to campus. Copies or photos of these documents will not be sufficient. You complete the I-9 in the Student Employment office once you’ve received a job offer.
In many areas of study, students’ levels of preparation vary considerably. During Orientation, you will have an opportunity to confer with faculty in the foreign language departments and math and science departments to determine which courses are most appropriate for you.
Two departments offer online placement tests that you can take before you arrive:
Many incoming students may have taken AP, IB, or A-Levels exams. We are asking all students interested in advanced placement into PHYS 114 (Introductory Electricity and Magnetism) or PHYS 200 (Modern Physics-Sophomore Level) to take Vassar’s Physics Advanced Placement in Physics Exam.
French and Francophone Studies
Note: Students registering for their first course should first read Selecting Your First French Course.