Orientation

Orientation is the beginning of your student’s journey at the University of Arizona. Orientation is a great time to learn more about the institution, your student’s academic program, transitioning to campus and various campus resources. We highly encourage you as a supporter to attend the Family Essentials orientation program so that you receive all of the same information. Orientation is $40 per guest and includes access to all live virtual sessions and additional content.

Orientation Day Schedule

We are excited to welcome you and your student to the University of Arizona! All orientation sessions are entirely virtual and will be conducted through Zoom. By following the links below, you can find sample PDF copies of our Orientation schedules:

 

 

 

All general Zoom information will be emailed to participants three days prior to the scheduled orientation session.

For your student’s Academic Unit Meeting, you will be sent a specific link based off of their current major and the associated academic unit. We encourage you to join the Academic Unit Meeting with your student to learn more information about their academic unit and program. 

Information regarding afternoon Campus Connections sessions along with a full database of additional content can be found on the Sessions & Events page. 

Feeling overwhelmed? Don’t worry! If you encounter any issues during your virtual orientation session, we will have a troubleshooting room available from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. (Arizona time) each orientation day.

Sessions & Events

During the Family Essentials Orientation program you will have the opportunity to join Campus Connections, live interest sessions hosted by campus and academic resource departments. Get your questions answered whether they’re about student life, financial aid, or supporting your student’s transition to Arizona! Sessions will be live between 12:30 PM - 5PM (Arizona time). Please note that Campus Connections sessions are optional for Family & Guests.

Campus Connections Schedule

Schedule for Success

First-Year Students

We look forward to meeting you during orientation! Join our live Schedule for Success virtual information session at 8:00 a.m. (AZ time). During this session, you’ll learn about Schedule for Success, meet our team, and have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with a math advisor if you have placement questions. (By invitation only. Please refer to your Next Steps Center or CatMail for verification)

W.A. Franke Honors College

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

Students admitted to the W.A. Franke Honors College will learn more about their requirements and all that being a Franke Honors student entails. We are excited to meet all of the Franke Honors students and begin building community.

Blue Chip Leadership & Career Development

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

College is your time to explore your career options, make lasting connections, and prepare for future employment. Student Engagement & Career Development’s goal is to help you pursue careers that align with your values and purpose. Our programs like Blue Chip Leadership can help you do that and more. Join us at our info session to learn how you can grow as a leader, make a difference in your community, and be prepared for your future career!

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

Committed to promoting health, wellness and safety at The University of Arizona. Join Campus Health as they talk about their services, including their mental health program, Counseling & Psych Services.

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

36% percent of students at the University of Arizona stated that they faced some form of basic needs insecurity over the last year. Join Campus Pantry and Campus Closet as they provide information to students about what resources are available both on campus and in the community that help mitigate these concerns.

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

Campus Rec is more than just a gym! We provide diverse opportunities for balanced and healthy lifestyles through inclusive and quality programs, collaborations, and facilities. Your health and wellbeing is vital to having a successful college career. Learn how Campus Rec can help you make the most of your Wildcat experience!

First-Year StudentsFamily/Supporters

Interested in joining a Fraternity or Sorority? Join this session to learn more about how to join, formal recruitment details, and parent and family resources.

Only available during First-Year Orientation. 

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Orientation Leaders (OLs) will be available to answer course registration questions and assist with schedule changes! Students may drop-in AFTER they have attended their Schedule Review Session.

Ask an Orientation Leader

Join our Orientation Leaders in this session to hear about their personal experience transitioning to the University of Arizona. During this session, you will also have the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about how to succeed as a Wildcat!

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Disability Resource Center

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

The Disability Resource Center (DRC) leads the University in a progressive and proactive approach to campus accessibility. In addition to individual accommodation exploration, DRC works proactively to impact the systemic design of our campus environments to offer seamless inclusion and access. Learn more about the DRC’s work and how they support UArizona students.

Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

We know that planning for college costs is an important part of your orientation process. During this session, our Ask Aid Team will be available to answer any questions from students and their supporters as you navigate your aid options.

Math Placement (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

Students can drop-in to ask questions related to math requirements/placement, placement exam scores, transfer credits, or AP/IB/Cambridge/CLEP exam scores.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Registration Assistance (Drop-Ins) 

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Orientation Leaders (OLs) will be available to answer course registration questions and assist with schedule changes! Students may drop-in AFTER they have attended their Schedule Review Session.

Schedule for Success (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

This drop-in session is for students who have questions about Math 100 and SAS 100AX and the Schedule for Success program, who need to add these courses due to change of major, or drop classes due to an updated math placement. Students who missed the 8:00 a.m. info session should come to this drop-in session.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Second Language Placement (Drop-ins) 

First-Year Students

All languages except Spanish. 

Students can drop-in to ask questions related to second language graduation requirements, placement exam scores, transfer credits, or AP/IB/Cambridge/CLEP exam scores.  

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

SOS with Student Success Retention Innovation

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

All students have the ability to be successful at the University of Arizona, learn about the resources available! The SOS program and SSRI have services to help students succeed. Through various student programs, services, and initiatives all centered in growth mindset and fostering a sense of belonging. SSRI creates opportunities for new students to connect, engage, and create their network on campus.  

First-Year Students

Students can drop-in to ask questions related to Spanish & Portuguese language placement exam scores, transfer credits, or AP/IB/Cambridge/CLEP exam scores. Students can also learn about the majors, minors, and study abroad opportunities offered in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Writing Placement (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

Students can drop-in to chat with a Writing Placement Advisor about English exam scores (AP/IB), verify dual enrollment coursework and grades, and/or ask questions about Foundations Writing courses and what to do if they didn't complete the Foundations Writing Evaluation in time.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Associated Students of the University of Arizona (ASUA)

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

ASUA is the student government on the University of Arizona campus. Through programs, clubs, policies, events and making sure the student voice is heard, ASUA is here to make sure that students are able to engage themselves in the University of Arizona and make their college years the most memorable yet. During this session, we will provide an overview of ASUA's programs and services, leadership opportunities, and different ways to get involved on campus.

Bursars & CatCard

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

The Bursar's office provides student account and billing information, payment processing, delivery of student refunds, collection of delinquent student accounts, and more. Learn about student financial services and how to use CatCard in this session.

Math Placement (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

Students can drop-in to ask questions related to math requirements/placement, placement exam scores, transfer credits, or AP/IB/Cambridge/CLEP exam scores.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Parking and Transportation Services

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

From parking to transit and bikes, we are excited to meet our newest members of Wildcat country. Our department is here to help get you to and around campus. We will cover how to purchase permits, our car-free programs, all the ins and outs of Cat Tran, and much more. Join us for "What you Need to Know" transportation edition.

Registration Assistance (Drop-Ins) 

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Orientation Leaders (OLs) will be available to answer course registration questions and assist with schedule changes! Students may drop-in AFTER they have attended their Schedule Review Session.

Schedule for Success (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

This drop-in session is for students who have questions about Math 100 and SAS 100AX and the Schedule for Success program, who need to add these courses due to change of major, or drop classes due to an updated math placement. Students who missed the 8:00 a.m. info session should come to this drop-in session.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Second Language Placement (Drop-ins) 

First-Year Students

All languages except Spanish. 

Students can drop-in to ask questions related to second language graduation requirements, placement exam scores, transfer credits, or AP/IB/Cambridge/CLEP exam scores.  

Only available during First-Year Orientation. 

Spanish & Portuguese Language Placement (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

Students can drop-in to ask questions related to Spanish & Portuguese language placement exam scores, transfer credits, or AP/IB/Cambridge/CLEP exam scores. Students can also learn about the majors, minors, and study abroad opportunities offered in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Writing Placement (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

Students can drop-in to chat with a Writing Placement Advisor about English exam scores (AP/IB), verify dual enrollment coursework and grades, and/or ask questions about Foundations Writing courses and what to do if they didn't complete the Foundations Writing Evaluation in time.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Critical Languages Programs (Drop-Ins)

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Fulfill your 2nd language requirement while learning a less commonly taught language! The Critical Languages Program offers language classes that are not available in traditional departments or formats at the University of Arizona. Class size averages between four and seven students with schedules that are coordinated around the student’s other classes. There is also a Critical Languages Program minor available. For more information, please visit our website. All CLP courses have a supplementary fee that enables our small class sizes and unique learning environment.

Math Placement (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

Students can drop-in to ask questions related to math requirements/placement, placement exam scores, transfer credits, or AP/IB/Cambridge/CLEP exam scores.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Registration Assistance (Drop-Ins) 

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Orientation Leaders (OLs) will be available to answer course registration questions and assist with schedule changes! Students may drop-in AFTER they have attended their Schedule Review Session.

Schedule for Success (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

This drop-in session is for students who have questions about Math 100 and SAS 100AX and the Schedule for Success program, who need to add these courses due to change of major, or drop classes due to an updated math placement. Students who missed the 8:00 a.m. info session should come to this drop-in session.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Second Language Placement (Drop-ins) 

First-Year Students

All languages except Spanish. 

Students can drop-in to ask questions related to second language graduation requirements, placement exam scores, transfer credits, or AP/IB/Cambridge/CLEP exam scores.  

Only available during First-Year Orientation. 

Spanish & Portuguese Language Placement (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

Students can drop-in to ask questions related to Spanish & Portuguese language placement exam scores, transfer credits, or AP/IB/Cambridge/CLEP exam scores. Students can also learn about the majors, minors, and study abroad opportunities offered in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Transfer Student Center (Drop-Ins) 

Transfer Students

Transfer students who would like to meet Transfer Student Center representatives, have additional questions regarding their Transfer experience or want to connect personally with the center and other transfer students should drop-in to this session!

Writing Placement (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

Students can drop-in to chat with a Writing Placement Advisor about English exam scores (AP/IB), verify dual enrollment coursework and grades, and/or ask questions about Foundations Writing courses and what to do if they didn't complete the Foundations Writing Evaluation in time.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Critical Languages Programs (Drop-Ins)

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Fulfill your 2nd language requirement while learning a less commonly taught language! The Critical Languages Program offers language classes that are not available in traditional departments or formats at the University of Arizona. Class size averages between four and seven students with schedules that are coordinated around the student’s other classes. There is also a Critical Languages Program minor available. For more information, please visit our website. All CLP courses have a supplementary fee that enables our small class sizes and unique learning environment.

First-Year StudentsFamily/Supporters

Interested in joining a Fraternity or Sorority? Join this session to learn more about how to join, formal recruitment details, and parent and family resources.

Only available during First-Year Orientation. 

Math Placement (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

Students can drop-in to ask questions related to math requirements/placement, placement exam scores, transfer credits, or AP/IB/Cambridge/CLEP exam scores.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Parking and Transportation Services

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

From parking to transit and bikes, we are excited to meet our newest members of Wildcat country. Our department is here to help get you to and around campus. We will cover how to purchase permits, our car-free programs, all the ins and outs of Cat Tran, and much more. Join us for "What you Need to Know" transportation edition.

Registration Assistance (Drop-Ins) 

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Orientation Leaders (OLs) will be available to answer course registration questions and assist with schedule changes! Students may drop-in AFTER they have attended their Schedule Review Session.

Schedule for Success (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

This drop-in session is for students who have questions about Math 100 and SAS 100AX and the Schedule for Success program, who need to add these courses due to change of major, or drop classes due to an updated math placement. Students who missed the 8:00 a.m. info session should come to this drop-in session.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Second Language Placement (Drop-ins) 

First-Year Students

All languages except Spanish. 

Students can drop-in to ask questions related to second language graduation requirements, placement exam scores, transfer credits, or AP/IB/Cambridge/CLEP exam scores.   

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Spanish & Portuguese Language Placement (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

Students can drop-in to ask questions related to Spanish & Portuguese language placement exam scores, transfer credits, or AP/IB/Cambridge/CLEP exam scores. Students can also learn about the majors, minors, and study abroad opportunities offered in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Transfer Student Center (Drop-Ins) 

Transfer Students

Transfer students who would like to meet Transfer Student Center representatives, have additional questions regarding their Transfer experience or want to connect personally with the center and other transfer students should drop-in to this session!

Writing Placement (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

Students can drop-in to chat with a Writing Placement Advisor about English exam scores (AP/IB), verify dual enrollment coursework and grades, and/or ask questions about Foundations Writing courses and what to do if they didn't complete the Foundations Writing Evaluation in time.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Ask an Orientation Leader

Join our Orientation Leaders in this session to hear about their personal experience transitioning to the University of Arizona. During this session, you will also have the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about how to succeed as a Wildcat!

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

College is your time to explore your career options, make lasting connections, and prepare for future employment. Student Engagement & Career Development’s goal is to help you pursue careers that align with your values and purpose. Our programs like Blue Chip Leadership can help you do that and more. Join us at our info session to learn how you can grow as a leader, make a difference in your community, and be prepared for your future career!

Critical Languages Programs (Drop-Ins)

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Fulfill your 2nd language requirement while learning a less commonly taught language! The Critical Languages Program offers language classes that are not available in traditional departments or formats at the University of Arizona. Class size averages between four and seven students with schedules that are coordinated around the student’s other classes. There is also a Critical Languages Program minor available. For more information, please visit our website. All CLP courses have a supplementary fee that enables our small class sizes and unique learning environment.

Math Placement (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

Students can drop-in to ask questions related to math requirements/placement, placement exam scores, transfer credits, or AP/IB/Cambridge/CLEP exam scores.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Registration Assistance (Drop-Ins) 

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Orientation Leaders (OLs) will be available to answer course registration questions and assist with schedule changes! Students may drop-in AFTER they have attended their Schedule Review Session.

Schedule for Success (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

This drop-in session is for students who have questions about Math 100 and SAS 100AX and the Schedule for Success program, who need to add these courses due to change of major, or drop classes due to an updated math placement. Students who missed the 8:00 a.m. info session should come to this drop-in session

THINK TANK

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

THINK TANK is your go-to destination for academic support at the University of Arizona. THINK TANK offers a variety of services in math, writing, science, business, language, and academic skills. And most services are free!

Transfer Student Center (Drop-Ins) 

Transfer Students

Transfer students who would like to meet Transfer Student Center representatives, have additional questions regarding their Transfer experience or want to connect personally with the center and other transfer students should drop-in to this session!

University of Arizona BookStores

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

The University of Arizona BookStores is the official on-campus one-stop shop for all your Wildcat needs! Join their session to learn about the many ways they serve as resource to students, which includes course materials & Inclusive Access, an award winning technology center, student employment opportunities, and more!

W.A. Franke Honors College

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Students admitted to the W.A. Franke Honors College will learn more about their requirements and all that being a Franke Honors student entails. We are excited to meet all of the Franke Honors students and begin building community.

Writing Placement (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

Students can drop-in to chat with a Writing Placement Advisor about English exam scores (AP/IB), verify dual enrollment coursework and grades, and/or ask questions about Foundations Writing courses and what to do if they didn't complete the Foundations Writing Evaluation in time.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

Committed to promoting health, wellness and safety at The University of Arizona. Join Campus Health as they talk about their services, including their mental health program, Counseling & Psych Services.

Critical Languages Programs (Drop-Ins)

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Fulfill your 2nd language requirement while learning a less commonly taught language! The Critical Languages Program offers language classes that are not available in traditional departments or formats at the University of Arizona. Class size averages between four and seven students with schedules that are coordinated around the student’s other classes. There is also a Critical Languages Program minor available. For more information, please visit our website. All CLP courses have a supplementary fee that enables our small class sizes and unique learning environment.

Math Placement (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

Students can drop-in to ask questions related to math requirements/placement, placement exam scores, transfer credits, or AP/IB/Cambridge/CLEP exam scores.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Meal Plans

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

This session will provide you information on the Meal Plans that the University has to offer and all of the great benefits.

Registration Assistance (Drop-Ins) 

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Orientation Leaders (OLs) will be available to answer course registration questions and assist with schedule changes! Students may drop-in AFTER they have attended their Schedule Review Session.

SALT Center

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

The SALT Center is an academic support program for students with mild to moderate learning and/or attention challenges. Talk to one of our admissions professionals about how to apply. 

Schedule for Success (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

This drop-in session is for students who have questions about Math 100 and SAS 100AX and the Schedule for Success program, who need to add these courses due to change of major, or drop classes due to an updated math placement. Students who missed the 8:00 a.m. info session should come to this drop-in session

Second Language Placement (Drop-ins) 

First-Year Students

All languages except Spanish. 

Students can drop-in to ask questions related to second language graduation requirements, placement exam scores, transfer credits, or AP/IB/Cambridge/CLEP exam scores.   

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Spanish & Portuguese Language Placement (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

Students can drop-in to ask questions related to Spanish & Portuguese language placement exam scores, transfer credits, or AP/IB/Cambridge/CLEP exam scores. Students can also learn about the majors, minors, and study abroad opportunities offered in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Transfer Student Center (Drop-Ins) 

Transfer Students

Transfer students who would like to meet Transfer Student Center representatives, have additional questions regarding their Transfer experience or want to connect personally with the center and other transfer students should drop-in to this session!

W.A. Franke Honors College

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Students admitted to the W.A. Franke Honors College will learn more about their requirements and all that being a Franke Honors student entails. We are excited to meet all of the Franke Honors students and begin building community.

Writing Placement (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

Students can drop-in to chat with a Writing Placement Advisor about English exam scores (AP/IB), verify dual enrollment coursework and grades, and/or ask questions about Foundations Writing courses and what to do if they didn't complete the Foundations Writing Evaluation in time.

Only available during First-Year Orientation.

Arizona Assurance (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students

Arizona Assurance scholars are required to attend this meeting to learn more about their program requirements for maintaining their scholarship and to hear about their overall support system for the next four years.

Blue Chip Leadership & Career Development (Drop-Ins)

First-Year Students Transfer Students Family/Supporters

College is your time to explore your career options, make lasting connections, and prepare for future employment. Student Engagement & Career Development’s goal is to help you pursue careers that align with your values and purpose. Our programs like Blue Chip Leadership can help you do that and more. Join us at our info session to learn how you can grow as a leader, make a difference in your community, and be prepared for your future career!

Family Essentials Debrief

Family/Supporters

The Family Essentials Orientation session encourages families to participate in their student’s orientation experience. We recognize that the day is filled with many resources and lots of information.  The Family Essentials Debrief is an opportunity to connect with Parent & Family Program staff to follow up on any lingering questions or help direct you to proper campus partner.  We encourage you to utilize the campus connection sessions provided, and stop in if we can further direct or support you during this transition.

Only available during First-Year Orientation. 

Unavailable August 16th

Office of Diversity & Inclusion - Cultural Resource Centers

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

Join the Office of Diversity and Inclusion to learn about the various Cultural and Resource Centers on campus where students can build community. Centers represented include: African American Student Affairs, Asian Pacific American Student Affairs, Adalberto and Ana Guerrero Student Center, Disability Cultural CenterImmigrant Student Resource Center, LGBTQ Affairs, Native American Student Affairs, and Women & Gender Resource Center. We will also discuss the various ways that our office supports the mission of the university by harnessing the power of diversity through education and celebration of culture.

Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

We know that planning for college costs is an important part of your orientation process. During this session, our Ask Aid Team will be available to answer any questions from students and their supporters as you navigate your aid options.

Pre-Health Professions with The A-Center 

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Interested in a health-related career? Join the Pre-Health Professions Advising Team from The A Center to learn more about pre-health requirements and opportunities.

Registration Assistance (Drop-Ins) 

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Orientation Leaders (OLs) will be available to answer course registration questions and assist with schedule changes! Students may drop-in AFTER they have attended their Schedule Review Session.

VETS Center (Drop-Ins)

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

Join the VETS military connected students center's virtual orientation! This orientation session is open for all veterans, dependents, retirees, active/guard/reserve folks, hop in and see what VETS has to offer and how to get your GI Bill started up through Military-Connected Benefits & Certifications.

W.A. Franke Honors College

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Students admitted to the W.A. Franke Honors College will learn more about their requirements and all that being a Franke Honors student entails. We are excited to meet all of the Franke Honors students and begin building community.

Wayfinders (Drop-Ins)

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

The Wayfinders are advising experts here to help you find your academic home and will support you as you navigate college. Have questions following your Schedule Review appointment, hop-in to ask a Wayfinder!

Office of Diversity & Inclusion - Cultural Resource Centers

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

Join the Office of Diversity and Inclusion to learn about the various Cultural and Resource Centers on campus where students can build community. Centers represented include: African American Student Affairs, Asian Pacific American Student Affairs, Adalberto and Ana Guerrero Student Center, Disability Cultural CenterImmigrant Student Resource Center, LGBTQ Affairs, Native American Student Affairs, and Women & Gender Resource Center. We will also discuss the various ways that our office supports the mission of the university by harnessing the power of diversity through education and celebration of culture.

Registration Assistance (Drop-Ins) 

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

Orientation Leaders (OLs) will be available to answer course registration questions and assist with schedule changes! Students may drop-in AFTER they have attended their Schedule Review Session.

VETS Center (Drop-Ins)

First-Year StudentsTransfer StudentsFamily/Supporters

Join the VETS military connected students center's virtual orientation! This orientation session is open for all veterans, dependents, retirees, active/guard/reserve folks, hop in and see what VETS has to offer and how to get your GI Bill started up through Military-Connected Benefits & Certifications.

Wayfinders (Drop-Ins)

First-Year StudentsTransfer Students

The Wayfinders are advising experts here to help you find your academic home and will support you as you navigate college. Have questions following your Schedule Review appointment, hop-in to ask a Wayfinder!

Virtual Content

If you missed a Campus Connection session, you will receive access to our bank of virtual content via a secured link in your email after attendance of the Family Essentials orientation. You will also find recordings of other Family Essential sessions.

Most videos have English and Spanish subtitling available.