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Summer Orientation

Every summer, new students are invited to join us to kick off their college experience. This is your chance to meet some of your classmates, spend time with an academic advisor, select your first classes and find out about life on campus. Summer orientation and registration has been broken into three phases for 2021. 

Orientation Phases Overview
Phase One (virtual): Meet with a faculty advisor and discuss your interests and goals in mid- to late May. They’ll share course options with you and help you register for classes, all from home. 

Phase Two (in person): Join us on campus for a daylong experience in June that will give you information about campus resources, tours of residence halls and the opportunity to meet several of your new classmates. There will be sessions for both students and family members. We encourage you to bring a family member, but due to anticipated COVID-19 restrictions, we request that you only bring one support person.



Phase Three (virtual): There will be virtual sessions for both family members and students in July. This will allow you the opportunity to ask questions that you didn’t think of in June and meet more faculty and staff. 

Phase 1

Information about academic advising and registering can be found on the academic advising website.

 

Phase 2

For 2021, we will be limiting each student to only one guest. You are encouraged to bring one family member with you to Summer Orientation. Theses sessions focus on tips for college parents, payment plans, housing contracts and meal plans. Your guest can tour the residence halls, too.  

There are eight different opportunities to attend orientation in June. Each session has a limited enrollment, and is filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Be sure to sign up as soon as possible when registration opens on Feb. 1 to have the best chance of getting your top choice. Sign up will be open to students who have submitted their enrollment deposit.  

2021 Summer Orientation Dates
  • Tuesday, June 8 - CLOSED/FULL
  • Wednesday, June 9 - CLOSED/FULL
  • Thursday, June 10 - CLOSED/FULL
  • Friday, June 11- CLOSED/FULL
  • Monday, June 14 - CLOSED/FULL
  • Tuesday, June 15 - CLOSED/FULL
  • Wednesday, June 16 - CLOSED/FULL
  • Thursday, June 17 - CLOSED/FULL

Schedule
Our orientation program is still being impacted by COVID-19 health and safety protocols. Each orientation session will last from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and you will be able to check in between 8-9:45 a.m. Lunch and light refreshments will be provided.  If you need to make any changes to your registration within 24 hours, please call the LSE Office at 920.403.4023. 

You've registered to arrive sometime between 8:00 and 9:45 a.m.  We ask that you arrive during the 15-minute timeslot for which you registered.  That will allow us to keep everyone appropriately distanced.  You can park in lots P-11 or P-4.  You'll check in at the tent between the Ariens Family Welcome Center and the Mulva Library.  If we're having bad weather, check-in will occur inside the Mulva Library.


Student Schedule

Family Schedule 

Special Accommodations
If you have a need for accommodations (i.e., accessibility), please call us at 920-403-4023 so we can make prior arrangements for you. If you need special accommodations for placement testing, call the office of academic success, support and accessibility at 920-403-1321 to arrange accommodations.

Phase 3

We’re still working on the details for Phase Three. Check back here for details.

Here is what we know so far:

  • We will have a few virtual offerings during the month of July. Dates are to be determined.
    • Anything that happens on Zoom will be recorded and we'll share links to recordings here. 
  • We will have a session just for parents to ask questions of more experienced SNC parents.
    • If we still have COVID-19 restrictions in the fall, we’ll definitely have a session about that and we may have more sessions about ways to get involved beyond the classroom.  

Phase 1

Information about academic advising and registering can be found on the academic advising website.

 

Phase 2

For 2021, we will be limiting each student to only one guest. You are encouraged to bring one family member with you to Summer Orientation. Theses sessions focus on tips for college parents, payment plans, housing contracts and meal plans. Your guest can tour the residence halls, too.  

There are eight different opportunities to attend orientation in June. Each session has a limited enrollment, and is filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Be sure to sign up as soon as possible when registration opens on Feb. 1 to have the best chance of getting your top choice. Sign up will be open to students who have submitted their enrollment deposit.  

2021 Summer Orientation Dates
  • Tuesday, June 8 - CLOSED/FULL
  • Wednesday, June 9 - CLOSED/FULL
  • Thursday, June 10 - CLOSED/FULL
  • Friday, June 11- CLOSED/FULL
  • Monday, June 14 - CLOSED/FULL
  • Tuesday, June 15 - CLOSED/FULL
  • Wednesday, June 16 - CLOSED/FULL
  • Thursday, June 17 - CLOSED/FULL

Schedule
Our orientation program is still being impacted by COVID-19 health and safety protocols. Each orientation session will last from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and you will be able to check in between 8-9:45 a.m. Lunch and light refreshments will be provided.  If you need to make any changes to your registration within 24 hours, please call the LSE Office at 920.403.4023. 

You've registered to arrive sometime between 8:00 and 9:45 a.m.  We ask that you arrive during the 15-minute timeslot for which you registered.  That will allow us to keep everyone appropriately distanced.  You can park in lots P-11 or P-4.  You'll check in at the tent between the Ariens Family Welcome Center and the Mulva Library.  If we're having bad weather, check-in will occur inside the Mulva Library.


Student Schedule

Family Schedule 

Special Accommodations
If you have a need for accommodations (i.e., accessibility), please call us at 920-403-4023 so we can make prior arrangements for you. If you need special accommodations for placement testing, call the office of academic success, support and accessibility at 920-403-1321 to arrange accommodations.

Phase 3

We’re still working on the details for Phase Three. Check back here for details.

Here is what we know so far:

  • We will have a few virtual offerings during the month of July. Dates are to be determined.
    • Anything that happens on Zoom will be recorded and we'll share links to recordings here. 
  • We will have a session just for parents to ask questions of more experienced SNC parents.
    • If we still have COVID-19 restrictions in the fall, we’ll definitely have a session about that and we may have more sessions about ways to get involved beyond the classroom.  
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