Information for the Class of 2023 will be available in June 2019.
Your first task is to create an electronic Haverford identity and email account. If you have any questions, ask Dean Glanzer at email@example.com
Some of the forms and links below require your Haverford Student ID.
New Account Activation (Required)
On June 5, 2018 you'll receive an email from ProDesk@haverford.edu (subject line “Haverford Information”) with your new user account information, which will allow you to access your Haverford email account as well as many of the password-protected forms you'll need to use before arrival. Instructions for activation will be sent to your personal email address. Activate your Haverford user account as soon as you receive this email.
Note: From this point on, all communication from the College will go to your Haverford email account, so use it exclusively for communication with us and check it regularly!
Student Entry Record (SER) (Required)
Shortly after you activate your new user account, you'll be able to access the Student Entry Record (SER). You should submit your SER as soon as possible after you set up your new user account. You will not be able to access the housing questionnaire until you have updated your SER. Contact the ProDesk directly if you have any questions at ProDesk@haverford.edu or (610) 896-1480.
Note: If you have a U.S. Social Security Number, you will need it to complete this form.
After you activate your Haverford user account and submit your Student Entry Record (SER), you will be able to register for your OneCard. OneCard is your access to the residence halls and other campus buildings, your library card, and your dining card for the Dining Center (DC) and the COOP.
OneCards are issued using a student's preferred name. If you do not enter a preferred name into BIONIC, the system will default to your legal name. If your OneCard is issued with a preferred name, you will not be able to use it to establish residency when you vote in Haverford's district, but the state of Pennsylvania does permit other forms of identification. Contact Franklyn Cantor (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions about voter registration.
Note: To register for a OneCard you must add two zeros (00) to the front of your student ID. Look up your ID#