First Year Orientation

Congratulations on your admission to 澳门六合彩资料 - home of the Dolphins! We are thrilled that you have accepted the invitation to join our community and make 澳门六合彩资料 your home away from home. As new members of our community, students and families will be welcomed into our big 'Phin Family with open arms. This page is an introduction to all that awaits you at 澳门六合彩资料!

 

 
Elements of Orientation

Join us for the following programs to help you get ready for your educational journey. All new students will sign up to attend an online Summer Welcome and Advising Week session. While we hope that you take part in all that we are offering, the Summer Welcome, Advising Week, and Fall Arrival sessions are required for all new students.

 

Summer Welcome
May 1 - June 15
For Students & Families
Online

(Required) Join us for one of four Summer Welcome sessions on May 5 at 7 pm, May 16 at 5 pm, May 28 at 7 pm, and June 9 at 5 pm. These sessions last about one hour and are conducted via Zoom. During it, you’ll meet your class dean and learn how to prepare for orientation and your first semester at 澳门六合彩资料. Both students and families can participate so that everyone is in the loop. Make sure to attend so that you can plan ahead for summer. RSVP by May 15 using your Student Portal.


Advising Weeks
Weeks of June 17 & 24
for students only
online

(Required) Sign up for an Advising Week session to discuss your major and get access to a draft of your fall courses. These group meetings held on Zoom will provide you and fellow students with an opportunity to talk with a faculty member representing your major. (Undeclared students will meet with trained advisors in the Student Success Center.) Schedule changes will still occur throughout the summer, but this sneak peak can be really helpful. RSVP by May 15 using your Student Portal.


Life at 澳门六合彩资料
July – August
for students & families
Online

(optional) Join us for engaging conversations to learn about life at 澳门六合彩资料 and what resources are available. These Zoom webinars will take place throughout July and August. Topics include Anticipating Academics (July 9), Finding your Fit (July 18), Prioritizing your Wellbeing (July 24), and Navigating your Finances (August 1). Following each session, recordings will be available. RSVP using your Student Portal.

 

Heading to The Heights
July 12 or July 29
for students & families
on campus

(Optional) Do you want even more information about 澳门六合彩资料? Students and families are strongly encouraged to attend Heading to the Heights on July 12 and July 29. These day-long visits to campus are a great way for students and families to settle in even more. Hear about academics and getting involved while you get your questions answered. RSVP using your Student Portal.


Move In
August 21
for students & families
on campus

(Optional) Moving onto campus may make you excited and a bit nervous. We understand so we have set aside a whole day for this. New students will move onto campus on Wednesday, August 21. We offer a centralized check-in process so you鈥檒l get your orientation materials and key at the College鈥檚 Event Center. You鈥檒l then drive over to your residence hall as your belongings get carried to your room by 澳门六合彩资料鈥檚 move crew. This squad of resident advisors and orientation leaders will cheer you on as you get settled in.


Fall Arrival
August 22-24
for students only
on campus

(Required) As a member of the Class of 鈥28, you鈥檒l participate in 澳门六合彩资料鈥檚 three-day orientation program. Designed to support both commuting and residential students, you鈥檒l gather with classmates for programming that will help you start the semester strong. During Fall Arrival, you get to meet your academic advisor and your COR 100 instructor and engage in activities that showcase resources and support services. We will end our orientation program festivities by celebrating the start of the new school year!

 

Important Deadlines
  • May 15 – Deadline to complete your . Confirm your major, provide your academic preferences, and sign up for Summer Welcome and Advising Week sessions. 
  • May - early June – Attend one of four virtual Summer Welcome sessions. These hourlong sessions take place on the evenings of May 5, May 16, May 28, and June 9.
  • Weeks of June 17 and 24 – Attend a virtual Advising Week session for your major. Sign up for a group meeting with an advisor in your discipline and fellow classmates. 
  • August 19 - International Student Move In. Students coming to the US on a student visa will move in on Monday, August 19 and take part in a pre-orientation specifically for international students.
  • August 21 – Move In. First-year residents will check in and move into their new room. Optional sessions will be available for students and families to learn more about Le Moyne. 
  • August 22-24 – Fall Arrival. Students will take part in 2 ½ days of our August orientation program. Required of all new students. 
  • August 26 – Classes begin. Students will attend the first day of fall classes. 
  • August 28 – Mass of the Holy Spirit. (Classes scheduled for 11 a.m. and 12 Noon will not be held. Classes resume at 1 p.m.) 
  • September 2 – Labor Day. (Classes will be held.) 
  • September 20-22 – Family Weekend. (Classes will be held. Families are welcome to visit campus.)
Key Contacts

There are so many people waiting to assist you. Should you need anything before you arrive on campus, don’t hesitate to reach out to the following individuals:

Orientation questions: 315-445-4275
Main College Number: 315-445-4100

Athletics: 315-445-4450
Bookstore: 315-446-4036
Bursar’s Office (payments): 315-445-4350
Campus Life and Leadership (residence life): 315-445-4520
Dining Services: 315-445-4695
Disability Support Services: 315-445-4118
Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging: 315-445-4591
Financial Aid: 315-445-4400
Help Desk (IT questions): 315-445-4579
Registrar: 315-445-4456
Security: 315-445-4444
Wellness Center (Counseling Services): 315-445-4195
Wellness Center (Health Services): 315-445-4440

See First Year Housing

Take a moment to view 澳门六合彩资料’s three first-year residences so that you know what to expect when you move in. You can also find additional information online here