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Eagle View Orientation

 
 

First Time in College (FTIC) Orientation

 

Summer and Fall Semester Admits

FTIC students admitted for the summer or fall 2015 term will attend a two-day Eagle View Orientation program that includes a mandatory overnight stay. Our overnight stay allows students to experience living in a residence hall, provides an exciting opportunity to gain familiarity of what college will be like, and encourages incoming students to meet one another. Students will gain valuable information about navigating the university, meet with an academic counselor, and register for their courses during orientation.

2015 FTIC Orientation Dates
Admit Term Session Date Days of the Week
Summer/Fall May 28 - 29 Thurs - Fri
Summer/Fall June 1 - 2 Mon - Tues
Summer/Fall June 4 - 5 Thurs - Fri
Summer/Fall June 11 - 12 Thurs - Fri
Summer/Fall June 15 - 16 Mon - Tues
Summer/Fall June 18 - 19 Thurs - Fri
Fall June 22 - 23 Mon - Tues
Fall June 25 - 26 Thurs - Fri
Fall June 29 - 30 Mon - Tues
Fall July 6 - 7 Mon - Tues
Fall July 9 - 10 Thurs - Fri
Fall July 13 - 14 Mon - Tues
Fall July 16 - 17 Thurs - Fri
Fall July 20 - 21 Mon - Tues
Fall July 23 - 24 Thurs - Fri

 

Registration for these programs is now available via Gulfline. 

Please take a look at our Tentative Agenda and Pre-Orientation Checklist to help prepare you for your orientation program.

 

 

 Spring Admits

FTIC students admitted for the spring 2016 term will attend a one-day Eagle View Orientation program. The orientation program will provide students information regarding campus resources, graduation requirements, academic support services, and academic policy and procedure. Students will meet with an academic advisor and register for spring semester courses during orientation.

Orientation registration for spring 2016 admits begins the second week of October 2015.

Please take a look at our Tentative Agenda and Pre-Orientation Checklist to help prepare you for your orientation program.

 

 

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