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Orientation Events

Welcome to Mount Mary University! Whether you are pursuing an undergraduate degree, graduate degree or a certificate at Mount Mary, we want you feel informed and prepared for success -- before you start classes.

Undergraduate New Student Orientation

  • Fall 2017 Orientation: August 24 & 25, 2016 (9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. - Alumnae Dining Room) 
    • Over two days, meet other new students and participate in creative informational sessions and relationship-building activities to ensure a successful beginning here at Mount Mary. You’ll also meet SOAR leaders and learn about the Weeks of Welcome activities for you to make friends and get involved on campus during your first two weeks at Mount Mary.     
    • New Student Orientation is required for incoming undergraduate students transferring in less than 60 credits. Transfers students transferring in more than 60 credits and certificate students are invited to attend orientation, but not required. There is no cost to attend Orientation! If you are unable to attend all or part of New Student Orientation, please request an exemption through this form.
    • Stay Connected: Information and updates about New Student Orientation will be available in the following locations:
  • Spring 2018 Orientation: 
    • For students starting in the Spring semester, New Student Orientation is combined with new Student Registration into a single, shortened session. Meet other new students, participate in creative informational sessions, register for classes, speak with representatives from Financial Aid and the Business Office and ensure a successful beginning here at Mount Mary. You’ll also meet SOAR leaders and learn about the Weeks of Welcome activities for you to make friends and get involved on campus during your first two weeks at Mount Mary.     
    • Stay Connected: Information and updates for new students will be available in the following locations:

Graduate New Student Orientations

Each graduate program hosts a program-specific orientation prior to the start of classes. These orientations are a time to meet with your program director and faculty, meet your classmates, learn about student support services, receive your student handbook, obtain your student ID/library card, obtain your campus parking permit, purchase textbooks and in some cases, register for classes.

After admission to your graduate program, you will receive an email invitation with details regarding your graduate program orientation.

Questions regarding graduate student orientation can be directed to your graduate admission counselor.

Orientation events will be posted here at the start of each semester.