Department/Program Orientation Breakout Sessions

All new graduate students should plan to attend the New Graduate Student Welcome Program & Resource Fair (info on our main Orientation page) IN ADDITION TO the general morning session, your College/Department may also hold mandatory Orientation Breakout Sessions. These breakout Sessions will provide critical information about program requirements as well as information on registration, advising, resources, funding opportunities, and graduate student organizations relevant to your discipline.

Please find your department/program listed below (arranged by program name). If you do not see your program listed or if you have any questions, please check with your department for more information.

 

Program name Date Time Location
Adult Education
Agricultural & Environmental Systems
Agricultural Education
Applied Mathematics
Bioengineering
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Computational Scien & Engineer
Computer Science
Counseling
Electrical Engineering
Energy & Environmental Systems
English
Food & Nutritional Sciences
Industrial & Systems Engineer
Information Technology
Leadership Studies
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Mechanical Engineering
Nanoengineering
Teaching (Educator Preparation)
Technology Management