What is the Enrollment Check-In?

We want our students' educational journeys to be successful, and that starts with making sure they are able to secure space in the classes they need and want. The Enrollment Check-in is designed to give students a way to update the college on their plans (for instance, whether they still plan to attend in the upcoming semester and how they plan to pay their tuition), and provide students with a way to let the college know if they have questions about paying for college or being successful at Brightpoint.

Who will Receive an Enrollment Check-In?

Students who register for their Spring 2024 classes on or before December 17, 2023, and who have not yet paid their tuition, enrolled in a payment plan, or submitted a completed FAFSA (begun the financial aid process), must complete the Enrollment Check-in Survey. The survey will be located in the Navigate Student application on their phone or when they log in to Navigate Student through myBrightpoint from November 16 - December 17.

How will Students Know if they are Part of the Enrollment Check-In Process?

Students who register for Spring 2024 classes and have a balance on their account between November 14 – December 17 will receive an email and text from the college with a link to the Enrollment Check-In Survey. They will also see the Enrollment Check-In Survey appear in the Navigate Student application on their phone or when they login to Navigate Student through myBrightpoint.

Students who register for classes after December 17 will not need to complete the Enrollment Check-in Survey but will need to pay for classes by the established deadlines.

How Do I Complete the Enrollment Check-In?

Students who receive the check-in survey must do one of the following by the December 17 deadline:

  • Pay your tuition and fees. This includes the option to sign up for a payment plan.
  • Or, complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and submit any requested supplemental documents. Note: Financial Aid is subject to eligibility. If you receive partial aid or do not qualify for aid, you will be responsible for paying the balance of their tuition and fees.
  • Or, complete the Enrollment Check-in Survey, updating the college on your plans for the spring semester. A link to the form will be emailed and texted to you if you need to participate in the Enrollment Check-in.

What if I Don't Complete the Enrollment Check-In by December 17?

If you register for Spring 2024 classes but do not pay for your classes, submit a FAFSA, or complete the Enrollment Check-in Survey by December 17, you will be dropped from your Spring 2024 class(es) prior to the winter break holiday.

If you are dropped, you may re-enroll yourself if it is still within the add period and the class is not full. Contact the Help Hub if you need assistance.

Help Hub

Chester Campus


Moyar Hall, room M101


Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Midlothian Campus

Trailblazer Hall, room T115

Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.