In order to remain eligible for admission, be sure to meet all document and payment submission deadlines.
Orientation is an important first step in learning about campus culture, resources, making connections and learning how you can contribute to the campus and the local community.
There are a lot of questions you might have now that you are admitted. We have answered many of these questions for you since other students have many of the same questions.
Living on campus can be an important part of connecting with the campus community. Staying close to academic experiences and leadership opportunities can increase satisfaction and academic success. Students feel more connected to the campus and have more opportunities to engage with campus resources and develop important relationships with peers, staff, and faculty. In addition, Student Housing & Residential life provides a Transfer Student Living Learning Community.
Being a successful college student involves taking care of important tasks. We have compiled a list of important things that you need to do to stay on track and make your transition to campus a smoother process.