Getting the most from you orientation is key for your first year on campus. Here are five things you should know to get ready.
He waves, he dances, he welcomes orientation families to campus—and when you see him, you can’t help smiling.
The Office of New Student and Family Programs has been hard at work preparing to welcome 4,100 members of the Class of 2018 for orientation. The first session begins Monday. Twelve one-and-a-half day sessions will run from June to July. Twenty-six orientation leaders will meet new students, parents, and other family members.