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 email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.