North Carolina A&T State University has opened up its campus for new freshman and their families for New Student Orientation for the coming fall semester.

New Student Orientation is used to introduce new students to university life by teaching academic policies, procedures, and the student code.  The goal of each New Student Orientation is to help students become accustomed to life at N.C. A&T, so they feel at home when they move in on campus in the fall.

During orientation, students and their families have an opportunity to meet with academic advisors, register for classes, find out more information about student organizations and meet upperclassmen to learn more about the skills needed to be a successful student.

There are two remaining sessions for incoming freshmen – June 28-29 and July 11-12. There are two one-day sessions for transfer and non-traditional students set for June 30 and July 12. For additional information, visit www.ncat.edu.