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Orientation Part I (June 13, 14 or 15)

Planning Your Journey 
Orientation Part I is designed to introduce both you and your parents to Saint Anselm College. You will have the opportunity to meet classmates and orientation leaders, establish your class schedule for the fall, and receive your email address and campus mailbox. You will attend an advising session led by faculty members in your major (or from undeclared advisors if you did not select a major), and you will receive information from Residential Life, Health Services, Information Technology, Financial Aid, Student Financial Services, Student Activities, the Office of Academic Advisement, the Dean of Students, as well as St. A's students themselves. Representatives at many of the College's offices will be on hand at lunch to answer any specific questions you may have. These sessions are held on the three different days from 8:30 a.m. to about 2 p.m. You may arrive as early as 7:45 a.m. to get your picture ID.

After you have deposited, you will be asked to choose which date you and your parent(s) will attend: June 13, June 14, or June 15. To sign up for one of the sessions, please log in to the Enrollment Portal. You must select a date by June 2.

Orientation Part 1 Schedule (PDF/32KB)

Orientation Part II (August 24, 25 & 26)

Beginning Your Journey
Orientation Part II is the "official" beginning of your college journey. This three-day program is designed to help you move into your residence hall, understand the academic expectations of college, involve yourself in the life of the campus community, learn what it means to be an "Anselmian," and get to know your classmates.

Every new student will be placed into an orientation team led by two student orientation leaders. You will make early connections with your classmates and student leaders that will allow for candid and honest discussions about a variety of topics that will help you acclimate to the college. These three fun-filled days will be structured with numerous opportunities to both learn important information and spend quality time with your new classmates.

A schedule for Orientation Part II will be available online in July.

For more information about Orientation Part I & II, please visit our New Student Orientation page.

Moving In

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"It's the best day of the year!"
Dr. Alicia Finn, Dean of Students

To see photos from past student orientations, please visit the college's Flickr site.

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