Ready to select your New Student Orientation date?
Log-on to myu.umn.edu to start your New Student Checklist, which is under the my COLLEGE tab. Complete the Pre-Orientation survey and then select your orientation date.
Please Note: Once you have paid your enrollment confirmation fee, it can take a few days before you will have access to your New Student Checklist. You will need to complete the Pre-Orientation Survey before you can select an orientation date.
What is New Student Orientation?
New Student Orientation is a required two-day overnight program scheduled sometime between now and July 12. Orientation is required of every new student coming to the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. August dates are available for International Students.
During Orientation, you will be placed into a small group with an Orientation Leader who will lead you through your Day 1 activities. You will learn about campus resources, meet with your college of enrollment and prepare for course registration. All students will spend the night in Comstock Hall to experience a residence hall firsthand. On Day 2, you will register for your fall semester classes.
To learn more about New Student Orientation visit www.ofyp.umn.edu/orientation, or check out the Class of 2016 First-Year Guide (pictured right).
Once you have selected an orientation date, encourage your parents to sign up for Parent Orientation! Research shows parent involvement contributes positively to student success.
Be sure to check for conflicts like family vacations, sporting commitments, weddings, and summer jobs. Don't delay - there is a lot to accomplish before your first semester! We look forward to seeing you soon.
This e-mail was sent by Orientation & First-Year Programs (OFYP) at the University of Minnesota, 300 Washington Avenue SE, 315 Coffman Memorial Union, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455. OFYP reports to the Office of Undergraduate Education.
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