University of Southern Indiana

New Student Orientation


The New Student Orientation is designed for students entering a university for the first time or for transferring students that have earned less than 19 credits at another institution.
 

Enrolling for Summer or Fall 2017
Thursday, March 30*
Friday, March 31*
Tuesday, April 18
Friday, April 21
Friday, June 2
Saturday, June 3Fall 2017 Orientation Mailing
Friday, June 16
Saturday, June 17
Friday, July 7
Wednesday, August 16

New Student Orientation is a one-day event. Make arrangements to be on campus from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (CST). 

*Available by specific invitation. 

What New Students Can Expect
During your orientation, you will: 

  • Meet and interact with your AMIGO (student orientation leader)
  • Learn what it is like being a Screaming Eagle
  • Learn more about the University of Southern Indiana
  • Receive your Eagle Access Card (student ID)
  • Receive academic advising and register for your first semester of college classes

Overview
Orientation begins with check-in on the second floor of the USI Performance Center between 8-9 a.m. During this time, you are encouraged to participate in the morning activities with your parents/family. You will want to get your student ID picture taken; ask questions and gather information at the resource fair, where more than 30 University departments will be represented; and take an individual or family photo with Archie, the University mascot. 

The program begins at 9 a.m. with the official University Welcome for you and your parents/family. Following the Welcome, you and your parents/family will have separate schedules and will reconnect at the end of the day. You will then meet your Orientation Leader (AMIGO) and a small group of other new students. You will attend orientation with this small group and learn about University resources, academic requirements and college life. 

In the afternoon you will meet with an academic advisor and register for classes. At the end of the day you will receive your official student ID (Eagle Access Card) and find out more about becoming a Screaming Eagle! 

Cost for Students
The cost for students to participate in an orientation program is included on your first tuition bill as the matriculation fee. This fee covers the cost of orientation, Welcome Week, and other new student programs. This is a one-time, nonrefundable fee paid by all new students to the University who register for classes. 

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