Yes. As soon as you finish signing up for orientation, you will receive a link to an online Pre-advising tutorial. After completing the tutorial you will receive directions on how to run your DegreeWorks audit to receive your RAC (registration access code), that will allow you to register for classes. Classes fill up quickly so don't wait too long to register, or you might not get into all the classes you want.
You will not need to have a parking pass, parking is free in all lots on Orientation days.
Yes. You will receive important information during all parts of the orientation day and you will have plenty of time after Orientation to take care of other personal things on campus. You will also receive your student ID card, Thunderbard book, and extra entries in the Free Meal Plan drawing if you stay until the last session.
Only if you choose to attend an Overnight or Adventure Orientation program. All costs for Traditional Orientation are covered through the Commitment Fee, a one-time fee all new students pay as they are admitted. The Parent/Guest Orientation fee is $15 per person for Traditional Orientation, and $30 per person for Overnight Orientation. If you choose to attend an Overnight Orientation there is a $50 fee that will cover the cost of student housing and all additional meals and supplies. If you choose to attend Adventure Orientation there is a $195 fee that will cover all transportation, meals, and equipment.
No, tuition is due:
Fall Semester - Second Friday in August
Spring Semester - Second Friday in December
Summer Semester - Second Friday in June
Pay close attention to tuition payment deadlines because if you fail to pay your tuition by the deadline, your classes will be dropped and your schedule won't be reinstated.
Please contact the Orientation office at 435.586.1932 and let us know you will not be attending.
You can log back into the reservation system and change your date for Orientation until the day before your scheduled session.
When you complete the online reservation form, you will receive an email confirmation with a link to a confirmation letter and online Pre-Advising Tutorial. If you do not receive the email, please log back into the reservation system and verify that the email you listed is correct.
While orientation is not required, students are strongly encouraged to attend. Students who attend orientation receive priority when registering for classes.
Orientation will be in the Sharwan Smith Student Center, you can check-in for the day in the Entertainment Bureau. If you are lost on campus, just find someone in a red shirt and ask them for directions.
Absolutely, you will meet your Academic Advisor in a group advising session. You will also have the opportunity to sign up for an individual appointment if you need more help with your class schedule.