Students will be staying in a residence hall for Orientation. Each room has 2 twin beds, 2 desks, 2 dressers, 1 internet
port, 1 cable TV port, and a microfridge.
Sessions 1 & 2 An overnight stay is not required for sessions 1 or 2, but we will provide accommodations on Sunday night if you indicate on your registration that overnight accommodations are needed.
If you request overnight accommodations, you should arrive at the student center between 6–7pm on Sunday.
Sessions 3, 4, 5 & 7 All new students, including commuters, must stay on campus in our residence halls during Orientation. No student will have a private room.
Married students, single parents, or students ages 21+ may choose to be exempt from staying in the residence halls. Please indicate exemption on your registration.
Session 6 An overnight stay is not required for session 6. But we will provide accommodations on Friday night, if you indicate on your registration that you need overnight accommodations.
If you request overnight accommodations, arrive at the student center Fri, 6–7pm.
Session 8 Students who will be living on campus will move directly into their residence hall room; therefore, the check-in process for this final session will be different than the previous orientation sessions.
Students attending this session will move into their residence hall room on Monday, September 2. More information about the move-in process will be sent via email as session 8 approaches.
Parent Accommodations Parents/guardians/guests will not be housed on campus. Make your hotel reservations as early as possible, since available rooms book quickly.