Are you a school or college looking to streamline your student registration process? Our student registration form is an excellent solution for educational institutions aiming to gather essential information about new students.
By using this form, you'll be able to collect personal, academic, and additional relevant data all in one place. Say goodbye to manual paperwork and hello to a more efficient and organized registration experience. Dive in and customize the questions to suit your institution's needs!
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Questions to include on your student registration form
1. Personal Information
Collect basic personal information about the student to identify them and maintain their records.
- Full Name
- Date of Birth (Day, Month, Year)
- Gender (Male, Female, Other)
- Email Address
- Phone Number
2. Academic Background
Gather information related to the student's previous education to evaluate their qualifications for admission.
- Last School Attended
- Date of Graduation
- Grade Point Average (GPA)
- Major Subjects
3. Preferred Program
Understand the student's intended area of study and their preference for the program's format.
- Program of Interest
- Degree Level (Undergraduate, Postgraduate)
- Mode of Study (Full-time, Part-time)
4. Emergency Contact Information
Collect emergency contact details to ensure student safety during their time at the institution.
- Emergency Contact Name
- Relationship to Student
- Emergency Contact Phone Number
- Emergency Contact Email Address
5. Additional Information
Gather any additional information that may be relevant to the student's application, such as extracurricular activities or special needs.
- Extracurricular activities
- Do you have any special needs or accommodations? (Yes, No)
- If yes, please provide details
Including questions about extracurricular activities helps you understand the student's interests and strengths outside of academics. The question about special needs ensures that your institution is aware of any accommodations the student may require and can plan accordingly.
Other question ideas
How did you hear about our institution?
- This question helps you understand which marketing channels are most effective in reaching prospective students.
Are you an international student? (Yes, No)
- This question helps you identify students who may require additional support, such as language assistance or visa guidance.
What are your career goals?
- This question gives you insight into the student's long-term objectives and how your institution's programs align with their aspirations.
Have you participated in any volunteer or community service activities?
- This question highlights a student's commitment to social responsibility and community engagement.
Rate your proficiency in the primary language of instruction at our institution (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Fluent)
- This question helps you assess whether a student may require additional language support to succeed in their chosen program.
Are you interested in receiving financial aid or scholarships? (Yes, No)
- This question identifies students who may need financial assistance and allows you to direct them to relevant resources.
Do you have any siblings or relatives who attended or are currently attending our institution?
- This question helps you identify legacy connections, which may influence admission decisions or assist in building a sense of community for the student.
List any awards or accomplishments you have achieved
- This question allows the student to showcase their achievements, which may contribute to a holistic evaluation of their application.
Things to consider
- Mobile Responsiveness - Ensure your form is mobile-friendly and easily accessible on various devices. This makes it convenient for users to fill out the form from their smartphones or tablets.
- Clear Labels and Instructions - Make sure each field has a clear label, and provide instructions if necessary. This helps users understand what is expected of them and minimizes the chances of errors.
- Use Appropriate Field Types - Choose the correct field type for each question (e.g. text, number, date, etc.), as this helps users input their information accurately and efficiently.
- Progress Indicators - If the form is long, consider using progress indicators to show users how far along they are in the process. This can make the form feel less overwhelming.
- Mandatory vs. Optional Fields - Clearly distinguish between mandatory and optional fields, so users know which questions they must answer to successfully submit the form.
- Validation and Error Messages - Implement real-time validation and display helpful error messages to guide users in correcting their input if necessary.
How to create your student registration form
Now that you know what questions you should include, it's time to build your form!
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- Automatic reminders - Remind people to complete their form with fully customizable reminders.
- Reject incorrect information - If a single question is filled out incorrectly, ask your client to re-do just that one item.
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- Comments and questions - If the person filling the form gets stuck, they can ask a question without having to email you.
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