Frequently Asked Questions

Below is general information regarding upcoming orientation sessions for all new students. If you have specific questions or need more information, please email us at

Who should attend Orientation?
The student needs to be here. Orientation is important for your success in the upcoming semester.

Session availability is first-come, first-served.

Your session date is not confirmed until you complete the online registration and receive a confirmation email.

Once a session has reached capacity, it will be closed. We do not maintain waiting lists.

You can bring a guest. We will offer a specific program for them to attend that helps them learn about the campus and college resources.

The guest program is designed for parents/guardians, family member, or spouse/significant other. These are individuals who play a significant role in supporting the student during their educational journey.

What should I bring to Orientation?
  • An open mind and excitement!
  • Comfortable clothing and shoes
  • An umbrella or raincoat – just in case
  • Paper and pen for taking notes

What about special needs or assistance for myself or a family member?
Call us at 919-209-2209 or email us at During the online registration process, please note any assistance or accommodations that you or your guest may need.

Do I really need to attend orientation?
Yes, orientation is an opportunity to learn about services and campus resources that will make the transition and your first semester more successful.