From All of The Mount

  • Jun 23

    New Student Orientation

  • Jun 23

    Orientation Check-in

    Seton Center Lobby

    Receive your nametag, folder, schedule, and room key. Complete the resident OR commuter form. Drop your bags off in your room.

  • Jun 23

    Orientation: Breakfast

    5/3 Dining Hall

    After check-in, stop by for continental breakfast, coffee, and meet President Williams and the First Lady, Mrs. Carole Williams.

  • Jun 23

    Orientation: Welcome

    Mater Dei Chapel

    All students and guests should attend.

  • Jun 23

    Orientation: Group Activities

    Lounges and Quad

    For students only.

    10:30-11:00am

    • Small groups 1-4 meet in assigned lounges for their first session with Orientation Leaders.
    • Small groups 5-8 meet in the Quad for a large group activity.

    11:10-11:40am

    • Small groups 1-4 meet in the Quad for a large group activity.
      Small groups 5-8 meet in assigned lounges for their first session with Orientation Leaders.

  • Jun 23

    Orientation: Guest Session

    Library

    Round table discussion with Janet Cox, Dean of Students, and Linda Pohlgeers, Director of the Career & Experiential Education Center and Mrs. Carole Williams, First Lady.

  • Jun 23

    Orientation: Academic Core

    Theatre

    This session is geared toward students of any major. All students and guests should attend.

  • Jun 23

    Orientation: Lunch and Showcase

    5/3 Dining Hall

    Grab lunch and check out the different student organizations and groups on campus.

  • Jun 23

    Orientation: You Choose Sessions

    Various classrooms

    Choose sessions of interest to you to learn more about resources at the University.
    Tip: If you split up during these sessions, you will be able to get more information about the University!

    • Commuter Student Session presented by Janet Cox, Dean of Students
      Location: CL 101
      Are you a student or guest of a student planning to commute to MSJ? Come get some helpful hints and pointers from staff members and actual commuter students.
    • Residence Life Session presented by Mary Bowman, Resident Assistant
      Location: CL 102
      Are you or your student living on campus? Come hear current resident students talk about their experience and receive tips to help you navigate the residence hall.
    • Career & Experiential Education Center Session presented by Career & Experiential Education Center staff
      Location: CL103
      Interested in Service Learning, Coop programs, polishing up your resume, or learning more about effectively interviewing? The CEEC is a onestop shop for all of these needs. Stop by to learn more from staff and a panel of students.
    • Wellness Session presented by Patsy Schwaiger, Director of Wellness Center and Amy Demko, Nurse Manager, Health Services
      Location: CL 115
      Experiencing cold/flu symptoms? Feeling overwhelmed/stressed? Come and learn how our Wellness Center staff can help you stay healthy.
    • FIRST: Generation Success! presented by Terri Hurdle, Director of Diversity & Inclusion
      Location: CL 105
      This session is for students, parents, and support systems who desire to learn more about resources, services, and programs that will contribute to their success as the first individual in their immediate family to attend college.
    • Learning Center & Disability Services Session presented by Meghann Littrell, Director of Learning Center & Disability Services
      Location: CL 104
      Interested in MSJ’s tutoring and resources for academic support? Stop by and learn more.
    • Student Athlete Session presented by Tina Blakley, Track and Cross Country Coach
      Location: CL 201
      Learn how to balance being a student and an athlete. Listen to actual student athletes and their coach’s talk about their experiences and give some tips.

  • Jun 23

    Orientation: You Choose Sessions

    Various classrooms

    Choose sessions of interest to you to learn more about resources at the University.
    Tip: If you split up during these sessions, you will be able to get more information about the University!

    • Commuter Student Session presented by Janet Cox, Dean of Students
      Location: CL 101
      Are you a student or guest of a student planning to commute to MSJ? Come get some helpful hints and pointers from staff members and actual commuter students.
    • Residence Life Session presented by Mary Bowman, Resident Assistant
      Location: CL 102
      Are you or your student living on campus? Come hear current resident students talk about their experience and receive tips to help you navigate the residence hall.
    • Career & Experiential Education Center Session presented by Career & Experiential Education Center staff
      Location: CL103
      Interested in Service Learning, Coop programs, polishing up your resume, or learning more about effectively interviewing? The CEEC is a onestop shop for all of these needs. Stop by to learn more from staff and a panel of students.
    • Wellness Session presented by Patsy Schwaiger, Director of Wellness Center and Amy Demko, Nurse Manager, Health Services
      Location: CL 115
      Experiencing cold/flu symptoms? Feeling overwhelmed/stressed? Come and learn how our Wellness Center staff can help you stay healthy.
    • FIRST: Generation Success! presented by Terri Hurdle, Director of Diversity & Inclusion
      Location: CL 105
      This session is for students, parents, and support systems who desire to learn more about resources, services, and programs that will contribute to their success as the first individual in their immediate family to attend college.
    • Learning Center & Disability Services Session presented by Meghann Littrell, Director of Learning Center & Disability Services
      Location: CL 104
      Interested in MSJ’s tutoring and resources for academic support? Stop by and learn more.
    • Student Athlete Session presented by Tina Blakley, Track and Cross Country Coach
      Location: CL 201
      Learn how to balance being a student and an athlete. Listen to actual student athletes and their coach’s talk about their experiences and give some tips.