Orientation and Transition 2015
Welcome to the Wright State Community!
We are thrilled that you are joining us at Wright State University.
We have designed Orientation programs with YOU in mind to make your transition smooth and to provide you with the skills that will make you a successful student. At Wright State, our priority is to provide you with an excellent academic experience coupled with opportunities to become involved on campus and in the community.
We believe that your transition continues through your first two semesters, so we will be with you throughout your first year as you take classes, get involved in campus, and celebrate your first Wright State milestones!
You will soon begin receiving a series of postcards, emails, and newsletters that will provide you with important information and next steps.
To get started—check out the information below to find out what happens next!
If you have any questions throughout your transition process, don’t hesistate to email us at email@example.com.
Don Miller, Director of Orientation | Brittney Fultz & Jason Kennison, Orientation Student Coordinators
Summer Orientation and Your Transition Checklist
May 30 – August 5
Get ready to experience the Wright State of Mind at Summer Orientation 2015! This mandatory one-day program that allows you to visit campus, meet with academic advisors and faculty, confirm your fall class schedule, and get to know other members of the Class of 2019.
Parents and family members are also encouraged to attend this program to take advantage of the special sessions designed specifically for them.
We have developed a comprehensive checklist of important items to complete as your prepare for Summer Orientation and the start of classes.
Fall Friday Orientation
Friday, August 28, 2015
During Fall Friday Orientation, the entire Class of 2019 will be on campus together for this mandatory program. You will meet with faculty and staff from your academic college, get tips on how to excel in your classes, learn more about important support services available to you, meet other members of the Class of 2019, and have fun!
More information about this event will be added soon.
Wright State provides several programs throughout your first year that will help you get further aquainted with the university and ease your transition to college.
This week will be packed with many opportunities for new and returning students to learn about Wright State, get involved, and HAVE FUN! Welcome Week is full of departmental and student organization events that give you an opportunity to meet other students, faculty, and staff and learn what Wright State is all about, while celebrating the start of the school year.
Check back this summer for more information about Welcome Week 2015.
At Wright State, we believe that Orientation continues through your entire first year. Some highlights of Ongoing Orienation include the Student Organization Fair, Orientation group reunions, a presentation on registering for your second semester, programs on how to excel in the classroom, service projects, and more.
More information about Ongoing Orientation will be added as details become available.