2019 New Student Orientation (Undergraduate)

The mandatory New Student Orientation (NSO) occurs before the Fall and Spring semesters to introduce new students to many aspects of the University including student life, academic policies and the student code.  The goal of each New Student Orientation session is to make our students feel right at home the moment they step on campus.  

Our New Student Orientation program is led by a dedicated staff of professionals and extensively trained student leaders.  Each student leader is hand selected and knows a wealth of information about the University. 


Spring 2019 New Student Orientation Dates
(All Student Types) 

  • Friday, January 11th (For students admitted to the Spring 2019 term only)

Summer 2019 New Student Orientation Dates
(Transfer Students)

  • Friday, May 31st 
  • Saturday, July 13th 

Summer 2019 New Student Orientation Dates
(New Freshman Students)

  • June 10-11 (Mon-Tues) - This session has reached capacity and is now closed. There is no waiting list. 
  • June 13-14 (Thur-Fri) - This session has reached capacity and is now closed. There is no waiting list. 
  • June 25-26 (Tues-Wed) - This session has reached capacity and is now closed. There is no waiting list. 
  • June 27-28 (Thur-Fri) - This session has reached capacity and is now closed. There is no waiting list. 
  • July 9-10 (Tues-Wed)
  • July 11-12 (Thur-Fri)

Important Information 

Parent & Family Resources 

Summer 2019 NSO Schedules-at-a-Glance

 

Summer 2019 New Student Service Project

Supporting the Aggie Source Campus Food Pantry

The mission of the Aggie Source is to support individuals by alleviating the stress associated with short-term food insecurity and other financial constraints, through the collection of non-perishable and shelf-stable food items. Students are encouraged to donate in the category of their academic college listed below at orientation.

College of Education

  • Spaghetti and Macaroni

 College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

  • Tomato Sauce and Canned Tomatoes

 College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences

  • Green Beans and Soups

 College of Business and Economics

  • Tissues and Toothpaste

 College of Science and Technology

  • Oatmeal and Cereal

 College of Engineering

  • Canned Tuna and Canned Chicken

 College of Health and Human Sciences

  • Raisins and Goldfish Crackers

 Center for Academic Excellence (Undecided/Undeclared)

  • Rice (white or brown) and Dried Beans