Confirming Your Transfer Summer Orientation

  • 1.  Review your date and time of Orientation from the letter you received.

    • All Summer Transfer Orientation programs are on the Indiana campus

    2.  The following is a list of recommended items to  bring with you: 

    • Umbrella (we move about campus, and it often rains heavily in the summer).
    • A sweater or other light jacket, as internal building temperatures can be difficult to control.
    • Orientation map (check the website for updates just before leaving for Orientation and bring with you).
    • Arrival procedures/travel directions (check the website for updates before leaving for Orientation and bring with you).

    3.  Students assigned to the math placement testing:

    • An e-mail will be sent to students needing the math test assigning them to the test two days before the testing.
    • Testing check-in (for those assigned) takes place at 7:15 a.m. on the first floor, main lobby of the Humanities and Social Science Building on the Indiana campus.

    • Students not needing the math placement testing:
      • Program check-in takes place at 8:00 a.m. on the first floor, main lobby of the Humanities and Social Science Building on the Indiana campus.

    4.  Meals

    • Lunch in the dining hall is provided as a part of the program.

    5.  Orientation Program Timeframe:

    • Students are expected to be at the Orientation program throughout its duration; students may not attend other events or depart early from their Orientation program.
    • The Transfer Orientation program will run:
      • From check in at 8:00 a.m. through registration and end at approximately 5:00 p.m.
    • Do not plan to see your parents and family members at any time during the program. As we explained in the Transfer Orientation mailings and online FAQ, the programs are intentionally entirely separate.

    6.  Parent Orientation/Attendance:

    • Parents of transfer students may register for and attend the optional Transfer Parent and Family Orientation program, information about which they have received under separate cover.