2013 Saints Nation Orientation
Registration opens soon!
The mission of the New Student Orientation program is to welcome and include new students into all aspects of the Maryville University community: academically, communally, professionally, socially and spiritually. The full weekend program provides new students with opportunities to meet new and returning students in their major, University Seminar classmates and instructor (first-year students only), as well as other members of the Maryville community during information sessions, interactive activities, and evening entertainment. You don’t want to miss out on any part of Orientation!
Check out what was covered in last year’s Orientation!
(PDF also available)
- 2012 Saints Nation Transfer Orientation Schedule
- 2012 Parent Orientation Schedule
2013 New Student Orientation
For First-Year Students
Residents: Thursday, August 22-Sunday, August 25
*Residential students will move-in on Thursday, August 22nd
Commuters: Friday, August 23-Sunday, August 25
For Transfer Students
Option 1: Friday, August 16 from 10:00 am-3:00 pm
This session is designed specifically for transfer students who want basic information in a brief, informal setting.
*Move-In will be Thursday, August 22rd.
Option 2: Friday, August 23 – Sunday, August 25
This full weekend program will provide commuter and residential students with opportunities to explore campus life, meet faculty and staff in your academic school, and develop new friendships.
Option 3: Friday, August 16 AND Friday, August 23-Sunday, August 25By participating in both Options 1 and 2, transfer students will benefit from information sessions, social gatherings and campus explorations. We strongly encourage resident transfer students to choose Option 2 or 3.
If you have any questions, please call the Center for Academic Success and First-Year Experience at 314.529.9477 or e-mail email@example.com for more information.
Quotes from students about their experience at Orientation:
“I liked getting to know people and getting to know the campus better. It has made this first day of school a lot easier and will help for the rest of the weeks.”
“I liked the constant interaction between new stuents, returning students, and faculty. Everyone mingled and it was comforting and refreshing to have accessibility to everyone on campus.”
“If I had any questions I could ask anyone and find the answer”
“The upperclassman were very helpful and welcoming me into the Maryville family. I already feel like a huge part of this community.”
“I love how friendly EVERYONE is.”