Fall semester classes begin Monday, Aug. 31, 2015

New residential students move in on Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2015

Welcome Week is designed to help you become acclimated with campus life, settle in and meet new people. It’s also a time to kick back and have fun. Follow the link to Welcome Week above, and follow “Shenandoah University Student Life” on Facebook for Welcome Week events, photos, special offers and more.

Welcome Week 2015 begins on Move-In Day, Tuesday, Aug. 25, when new residential students check in at the residence halls between 9 a.m. and noon, and commuter students check in at the Brandt Student Center.

If you are a residential student, you and your family will be greeted by a team of Shenandoah faculty, staff and students, who will direct traffic, help unload vehicles and carry boxes and bags to your room. As soon as you are checked into your hall, head over to the Brandt Student Center, where you’ll find everything to begin your college career: technology, parking permit, meal plan, the business office, etc. This is called Navigator, and it’s a one-stop shop to help you on Move-In Day.

Commuting students should go directly to the Brandt Student Center on Tuesday, Aug. 25 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. to join the residential students as staff work to help you get everything you need. By parking in the garage behind the student center, you can avoid traffic near the residence halls.

Later in the afternoon on the 25th, all new students participate in a New Student Convocation. Families and friends are encouraged to stay for the ceremony and the Family Farewell Dinner that follows. This dinner in the Allen Dining Hall gives everyone a chance to say good-bye, so you can officially begin your college experience.

Before classes begin on Monday, Aug. 31, you will be busy with academic sessions, a few mandatory meetings, community service projects, and lots of social gatherings. Conservatory students have auditions during this time, too.

If you have any questions, contact the Division of Student Life at (540) 665-4863 or studentlife@su.edu

Below is the Welcome Week schedule. Don’t forget to also see the events your specific academic program is requiring you to attend. 

Thursday, Aug. 20 / New Commuter & Transfer Student Mixer begins at 6:30 p.m. at 50/50 Taphouse (29 W. Cork St., Winchester). New first-year and new transfer students who will not be living in residence halls are invited to get to know each other as well as President Tracy Fitzsimmons and Vice President for Student Life Rhonda VanDyke Colby. Arrive when you can, stay as long as you like! Student Life pays for food; each person pays for his/her beverages. Sign up by Aug. 17 via https://docs.google.com/a/su.edu/forms/d/1VQoe8_r9HJe-oivx-dZdkNbMectf7byW3TwGj_8Mj8M/viewform Questions? Contact studentlife@su.edu

Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 22 & 23 / International Students Welcome Weekend includes a cookout, a day trip to the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, game night in the student center and shopping shuttles (Saturday 2 to 4 p.m. and Sunday 3 to 5 p.m.). Contact Director of International Programs Bethany Galipeau-Konate at 540/542-6285 or bgalipea@su.edu

Monday, Aug. 24 / International Students Orientation is an all-day event. Contact Director of International Programs Bethany Galipeau-Konate at 540/542-6285 or bgalipea@su.edu

 

Tuesday, Aug. 25 / Move-In Day for New Residential Students is from 9 a.m. until noon. Students living in FUNKHOUSER, GORE, RACEY and PARKER begin at the Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre parking lot, and you will be directed where to go. Students living in EDWARDS, UNIVERSITY INN, EAST CAMPUS COMMONS & BEST WESTERN go directly to those buildings. Residence Life staff will greet students in their residence halls. Students, their families and friends then head to the Brandt Student Center to complete all other tasks at Navigator, where free Family Farewell Dinner tickets and sign-up sheets for some Welcome Week activities are at the Student Life table. Contact the Office of Residence Life at reslife@su.edu. Details: www.su.edu/campus-life/residence-halls/move-in-day/

Tuesday, Aug. 25 / Navigator from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Brandt Student Center is a one-stop shop for students who arrived today. These offices are co-located in the BSC: Academics, Campus Mail, Department of Public Safety, Financial Aid, Hornet Central (payments, class registration), Institutional Computing (laptops, etc.), Payroll (work-study forms), Smith Library and Student Accounts. Families and friends who want to attend the Family Farewell Dinner must pick up FREE meal tickets at the Student Life table. Find sign-up sheets for some Welcome Week activities at the Student Life table, too. Contact studentlife@su.edu  

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, Aug. 25 / Move-In Day Family Lounge is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Brandt Student Center Game Room. Siblings, friends, grandparents and anyone who came along for the ride today are invited to relax, shoot pool, play ping pong or watch TV while the new students take care of Move-In Day tasks. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Tuesday, Aug. 25 / New Student Convocation at 4 p.m. on the intramural field behind the Brandt Student Center is REQUIRED for all new residential, new transfer and commuter students, who must be seated by 3:50 p.m. The ceremony includes President Tracy Fitzsimmons greeting each student as they walk across the stage. Families and friends are encouraged to attend this special event that marks the beginning of college life at Shenandoah University. (Parents and guardians will be asked to write letters to their students.) Contact academicaffairs@su.edu

Tuesday, Aug. 25 / Family Farewell Dinner is from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Allen Dining Hall. Residential and commuter students use their meal plans. (Additional seating is outside and in Henkel if it’s raining.) Families and friends must pick up FREE meal tickets at Navigator earlier in the day. After dinner, it’s time for families and friends to head home. Contact studentlife@su.edu

Tuesday, Aug. 25 / First-Year First-Night Block Party begins at 8 p.m. in the Funkhouser/Gore, Parker, Racey and University Inn lobbies and flows out onto the Racey lawn. All new students, including transfers, commuters and those at Best Western, are invited to make the party circuit, visit all first-year residence halls, meet new people and play the Amazing Face Race. Student receive sheets of paper with photos of 12 people – employees, current students, etc. – and must go from hall to hall, find those people, get their signatures, and go claim prizes from the Student Life employee sitting in a chair outside Racey Hall. The evening includes snacks in each hall, music on the lawn and a fire pit. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Wednesday, Aug. 26 / ACADEMIC ORIENTATIONS are from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Arts & Sciences, Harry F. Byrd Jr. School of Business, Shenandoah Conservatory, Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursing, which includes respiratory care). Use the links at the bottom of this page to see the specific events for your academic program. 

Wednesday, Aug. 26 / Returning Conservatory Students Move In between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Go directly to assigned residence hall. Contact the Office of Residence Life at reslife@su.edu  

Wednesday, Aug. 26 / Navigator from noon to 3 p.m. in the Brandt Student Center is a one-stop shop for new students who arrived today. These offices are co-located in the BSC: Academics, Campus Mail, Department of Public Safety, Financial Aid, Hornet Central (payments, class registration), Institutional Computing (laptops, etc.), Payroll (work-study forms), Smith Library and Student Accounts. Find sign-up sheets for some Welcome Week activities at the Student Life table, too. Contact studentlife@su.edu

Wednesday, Aug. 26 / Student Life 411 Session – the first of two sessions offered today – begins at 2:30 p.m. in Goodson Chapel / Recital Hall. Attendance at one of the two sessions is REQUIRED for all new undergraduate residential, transfer and commuter students – except students who attended the Aug. 19 session. The other Student Life 411 Session begins at 4 p.m. today. Contact studentlife@su.edu

Wednesday, Aug. 26 / CONSERVATORY THEORY TESTS & DANCE PLACEMENT from 3:30 to 6 p.m. SEE ACADEMIC SCHEDULES BELOW.

Wednesday, Aug. 26 / Student Life 411 Session – the second of two sessions offered today – begins at 4 p.m. in Goodson Chapel / Recital Hall. Attendance at one of the two sessions is REQUIRED for all new undergraduate residential, transfer and commuter students – except students who attended the Aug. 19 session or the session earlier today. Contact studentlife@su.edu

Wednesday, Aug. 26 / Work Study Orientation at 4 p.m. in Henkel Hall, Hester Auditorium, is one of two Work Study Orientations offered this week. All new students who are eligible to receive work-study pay are REQUIRED to attend one orientation. (The other is on Thursday, Aug. 27.)

Wednesday, Aug. 26 / Prepare to Be Amazed: Magician Nate Staniforth performs at 7 p.m. in Armstrong Concert Hall. All students – new, commuter and returning – are invited. Staniforth, host of the Discovery Channel’s “Breaking Magic” series and member of the prestigious Band of Magicians, has toured the United States since 2005, bringing his “unplugged” style of magic to more than 20,000 people each year at clubs, colleges, universities and theaters across the country. Find Staniforth before his show, too, sharing his magic somewhere on campus. Visit http://natestaniforth.com/  Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Wednesday, Aug. 26 / Residence Hall Meetings begin at 8 p.m. in each hall. Attendance is REQUIRED for all residential students, who go only to the meeting in the hall where they live. Contact reslife@su.edu   

Wednesday, Aug. 26 / Late Night in the BSC begins at 9 p.m. throughout the Brandt Student Center. Sing karaoke in the Game Room. Make crayon art. Play corn hole in the main hallway. At 9:30 p.m., participate in a Zumba Class with instructor Stacey Chatman in Room 123 (Borden Student Associations Center, aka B-SAC). Zumba combines Latin and international music with dance moves that incorporate interval training, alternating fast and slow rhythms to maximize the workout. Wear athletic shoes for Zumba. No flip-flops! All students – new, commuter and returning – are invited. Yes, there’s free food! No need to sign up in advance; simply show up and have some fun.  Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Thursday, Aug. 27 / CONSERVATORY AUDITIONS are from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Thursday, Aug. 27 / Kickboxing Class with instructor Stacey Chatman begins at 10 a.m. in the Brandt Student Center, Room 123 (Borden Student Associations Center). Kickboxing gives you the ultimate cardiovascular workout to help get rid of fat and reshape your body. The full-body workout consists of a sport-specific warm-up, higher-paced intervals, easy-to-follow combinations, kickboxing-specific strength and endurance training with a nice cool down. All students – new, commuter and returning – are invited. Wear athletic shoes. No flip-flops! No need to sign up in advance; simply show up and enjoy a little exercise. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Thursday, Aug. 27 / National Anthem Singer Competition from 10 a.m. to noon in Ruebush Hall, Room 148, is open to all students. Sign-up sheet is in Ruebush Hall Room 203. No accompanist needed. Sing in an appropriate key and style. Winners will sing The Star Spangled Banner at home football and basketball games.

Thursday, Aug. 27 / Welcome Week Shopping Shuttles run every 15 minutes between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., taking students to and from the Brandt Student Center main entrance to shopping centers along S. Pleasant Valley Avenue. Final pick up is at 1 p.m. Go to the Winchester Commons shopping center (Pier I, Target, T.J. Maxx, Famous Footwear, Home Depot, Walmart and more); or go to Winchester Station shopping center (Five Below, Old Navy, Bed Bath & Beyond, Ross, Michaels and HHGregg). Store pick-up and drop-off spots are Target, Walmart and Bed Bath & Beyond. The van service is FREE for all students; bring your own money for shopping. Contact studentlife@su.edu

Thursday, Aug. 27 / Red & Blue SU Quad Party is from 1 to 4 p.m. in the center of main campus. All students – new, commuter and returning – are invited. Enjoy inflatable games, music and snacks. Grab free cups, snow cones and slushies courtesy of the Office of Alumni Affairs. Make tie-dyed T-shirts in Shenandoah school colors with your Student Government Association officers. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Thursday, Aug. 27 / Work Study Orientation at 3 p.m. in Henkel Hall, Hester Auditorium, is one of two Work Study Orientations offered this week. All new students who are eligible to receive work-study pay are REQUIRED to attend one orientation. (The other is on Wednesday, Aug. 26.)

Thursday, Aug. 27 / First-Year Seminar Students Gather between 4:30 and 5:45 p.m. in Allen Dining Hall to enjoy dinner with their FYS classmates and First-Year Seminar student-mentors. (Students use their meal plans; FYS covers the cost for students without meal plans.) At 5:50 p.m., FYS mentors will take new students to their FYS classrooms, and at 6:15 p.m., everyone walks together to Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre for a 6:30 p.m. presentation. Contact Arts & Sciences administrative assistant Jo Strader at 540/542-6522 or jstrader@su.edu

Thursday, Aug. 27 / First-Year Seminar Workshop with Larry Silverberg begins at 6:30 p.m. sharp in the Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre. This event is REQUIRED for all FYS students. Silverberg has acted professionally Off-Broadway in New York City, in regional theatre and in film and television. With 20 years teaching experience in the art of self-expression and creativity, Silverberg has developed this empowering workshop, “The Way Back Out,” for college students with any interest or major. FYS students meet their student-mentors in Allen Dining Hall before 5:45 p.m.; everyone walks together to OBT at 6:15 and will sit together as a class. A reception follows the workshop. Contact Arts & Sciences administrative assistant Jo Strader at 540/542-6522 or jstrader@su.edu

Thursday, Aug. 27 / Pack Meals & Help Stop Hunger Now begins at 8:30 p.m. in Shingleton Gymnasium (next to the Brandt Student Center). First-Year Seminar students will walk with their mentors from Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre to Shingleton to have fun, make friends and make a difference by packing “Stop Hunger Now” meals for people in need in the U.S. and abroad. Contact Arts & Sciences administrative assistant Jo Strader at 540/542-6522 or jstrader@su.edu or the Office of Spiritual Life at 540/535-3546.

Thursday, Aug. 27 / Late Night Capture the Flag begins at 10 p.m. Meet in your residence hall lobby to get started. Non-residential students should find the Welcome Week Leader on the lawn in front of Racey Hall to form teams. Glow-in-the-dark paint is available for teams to use to identify themselves. Wear athletic shoes. No flip-flops! Advance registration is not required; simply show up and have fun. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Friday, Aug. 28 / FYS on the Shenandoah takes all First-Year Seminar students to the Shenandoah University River Campus at Cool Spring, rain or shine! This event is REQUIRED for all FYS students. Chartered buses transport FYS students and their student-mentors from main campus to Cool Spring in four 2.5-hour shifts. Buses leave promptly at 6:30 a.m., 7:30 a.m., 8:45 a.m. and 9:45 a.m.; FYS classes will be told their bus shift and activity prior to Welcome Week and during Thursday night dinner. At Cool Spring, students either go hiking, geocaching, tubing on the Shenandoah River, go on a photo scavenger hunt or work on group development. Contact Arts & Sciences administrative assistant Jo Strader at 540/542-6522 or jstrader@su.edu (Rachael can share her number with FYS students in advance because she is the contact on day of event.)

Friday, Aug. 28 / Non-FYSers Go Tubing is from 1:45 to 4 p.m. at the Shenandoah University River Campus at Cool Spring. Trip is limited to 20 new transfer and international students only. Sign up via https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1pGStDAwe0PnY5x3sF3SLcbZkgTzrsaqR3Wr7NQFAo_4/viewform?usp=send_form Then, meet at Brandt Student Center/Armstrong parking lot at 1:45 p.m. Wear sunscreen, clothes that can get wet, and old sneakers, water shoes or sandals with backs. No flip flops! Contact Shenandoah Outdoor & Adventure Recreation (SOAR) Coordinator Alice Morgan at suoutdoors@su.edu FREE

Friday, Aug. 28 / Pre-Season Tailgate at Shentel Stadium begins at 3 p.m. at Sprint Field at Shentel Stadium on East Campus. All students – new, commuter and returning – are invited. Show some Shenandoah spirit, and psych yourself up for the upcoming athletics seasons! Enjoy free food, play games, meet your Hornets mascot Buzzy and mingle with Shenandoah student-athletes. There’s a special selfie op, and the first 50 students into the stadium receive special prizes. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Friday, Aug. 28 / Bingo in Allen Dining Hall is from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Enjoy dinner with friends while you play along to win prizes such as Chipotle gift cards, movie packs and fun accessories for your room. All students are invited. Use your meal plan or pay with cash/debit/credit at the door. Contact studentlife@su.edu

Friday, Aug. 28 / Welcome Week Open Mic begins at 8 p.m. in Armstrong Concert Hall. All Shenandoah students – especially first-year students – are encouraged to bring their instruments and/or voices and present music, comedy, slam poetry, monologues, circus arts or whatever they love to do for this Open Mic event. Everyone in the audience is a judge, and prizes will be awarded to the crowd’s favorite performers. Sign-up sheet is on the edge of the stage, although first-year students are given preference in the performance schedule. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Friday, Aug. 28 / Last Day to Register for 2015 fall semester classes to avoid late registration fee. Contact the Registrar’s Office at 540/665-5585 or registrar@su.edu

Saturday, Aug. 29 / Hike at Sky Meadows State Park begins at 8:45 a.m. when group meets at the Brandt Student Center/Armstrong parking lot. (You’ll be back on campus around noon.) Hike is limited to 10 students and is suitable for all levels of hikers. Sign up via https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1pGStDAwe0PnY5x3sF3SLcbZkgTzrsaqR3Wr7NQFAo_4/viewform?usp=send_form Wear sunscreen, athletic clothing and closed-toe, lace-up shoes. No flip flops! Bring water and snacks. Contact Shenandoah Outdoor & Adventure Recreation (SOAR) Coordinator Alice Morgan at suoutdoors@su.edu FREE

Saturday, Aug. 29 / Mission Possible – a Shenandoah tradition – is from 9 a.m. to noon. Students are invited to go out into the Winchester and Frederick County communities and volunteer where their help is really needed. Sign up via https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1pGStDAwe0PnY5x3sF3SLcbZkgTzrsaqR3Wr7NQFAo_4/viewform?usp=send_form On Aug. 29, meet in the Goodson Chapel / Recital Hall lobby by 8:45 a.m., pick up a free T-shirt and donuts before heading off. Contact the Office of Spiritual Life at 540/535-3546 or spirituallife@su.edu

Saturday, Aug. 29 / All Returning Students Move In (other than new students, conservatory majors and fall sport student-athletes) between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Go directly to assigned residence hall. Contact the Office of Residence Life at reslife@su.edu

Saturday, Aug. 29 / Bubble Soccer is from noon and 3 p.m. on the intramural field behind the Brandt Student Center. Never heard of bubble soccer? Go to YouTube and search “bubble soccer” to find thousands of videos. All students are invited to play this crazy game, being offered for the first time at Shenandoah. Wear athletic shoes. No flip-flops!  Advance registration is not required; simply show up and have fun. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Saturday, Aug. 29 / FYS Downtown Dinner introduces all first-year students to old town Winchester. This event is REQUIRED for all FYS students. Buses will be at the Brandt Student Center main entrance at 4:30 p.m. and will begin transporting students to and from Shenandoah’s Feltner Building on the corner of Boscawen and Loudoun streets, continuously making the 20-minute circuit. All First-Year Seminar students will enjoy dinner with faculty at great restaurants. Last bus leaves downtown – heading back to main campus – 8 p.m. Dinner reservations are at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.; students should check their SU email for invitations from their FYS student-mentors. Contact Arts & Sciences administrative assistant Jo Strader at 540/542-6522 or jstrader@su.edu FREE (Rachael can share her number with FYS students in advance because she is the contact on day of event.)

Saturday, Aug. 29 / Non-FYSers Dine Downtown begins at 6 p.m. at George’s Food & Spirits (103 E. Piccadilly St., Winchester). Trip is limited to 20 new transfer and international students only. Sign up via https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1pGStDAwe0PnY5x3sF3SLcbZkgTzrsaqR3Wr7NQFAo_4/viewform?usp=send_form or in the Brandt Student Center on Tuesday, Aug. 25. Then, meet at 5:15 p.m. at  the Brandt Student Center, where a bus will take everyone downtown. You may drive yourself. If you’re driving, use the N. Kent Street parking garage (131 N. Kent St.). Use GPS: 39.185159,-78.162591. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Saturday, Aug. 29 / Heat Wave Foam Dance Party is from 9 to 11 p.m. on Aikens Field behind Parker Hall – rain or shine! All students – new, commuter and returning – are invited. In addition to the foam dance pit, there will be a giant slip-and-slide and music. Wear clothes that can get wet! Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Sunday, Aug. 30 / University Chapel @ Noon in Goodson Chapel/Recital Hall is a dynamic worshiping community of students, university employees and members of the Winchester community. UC@N combines ancient and emerging, diverse and unified, safe and challenging, artful and thoughtful, playful and profound elements of Christian worship. The UC@N discussion continues over brunch in the Allen Dining Hall. Contact spirituallife@su.edu

Sunday, Aug. 30 / Yoga Class with instructor Maggie Grandon begins at 2 p.m. in the Health & Life Sciences Building rotunda. Feel the mental and physical benefits of breath-synchronized movements in this all-levels Vinyasa-style class that combines postures, breath control, balance, strength and flexibility. All students – new, commuter and returning – are invited. Bring a yoga mat if you have one. No need to sign up in advance; simply show up.  Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Sunday, Aug. 30 / Hang Out in the Quad, Literally from 2 to 4 p.m. when hammocks will be strung from trees in the campus quad, or you can borrow one to set up somewhere else on campus. Relax before classes begin tomorrow. All students – new, commuter and returning – are invited. Advance registration is not required, but first come, first served. Contact Shenandoah Outdoor & Adventure Recreation (SOAR) Coordinator Alice Morgan at suoutdoors@su.edu FREE

Sunday, Aug. 30 / Matinee Movie at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema will be announced; time will be announced. Space will be limited. Sign up via https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1pGStDAwe0PnY5x3sF3SLcbZkgTzrsaqR3Wr7NQFAo_4/viewform?usp=send_form. Students must take SU I.D. cards to the Alamo. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Sunday, Aug. 30 / Catholic Mass with Fr. Stephen McGraw begins at 7 p.m. in Goodson Chapel / Recital Hall. Confession begins 30 minutes before Mass in the Prayer Room. (All residential students must attend residence hall meetings at 8 p.m. in the halls where they live.) Contact student and Catholic Campus Ministry President Brianna Brophy at bbrophy12@su.edu

Sunday, Aug. 30 / Annual Welcome Back Show, hosted by the theatre fraternity Alpha Psi Omega, begins at 7 p.m. in Glaize Studio Theatre in Ruebush Hall. (All residential students must attend residence hall meetings at 8 p.m. in the halls where they live.) Contact APO President Patrick Cleland Rose at prose11@su.edu FREE

Sunday, Aug. 30 / Hornets Cheerleading Tryout is from 7 to 9 p.m. in the armory building between Halpin-Harrison Hall and the Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre. (All residential students must attend residence hall meetings at 8 p.m. in the halls where they live.) For tryout details, contact Head Coach Jessi Pham at jpham4@su.edu

Sunday, Aug. 30 / Residence Hall Meetings begin at 8 p.m. in each hall. Attendance is REQUIRED for ALL residential students, who go only to the meeting in the hall where they live. Contact reslife@su.edu   

Monday, Aug. 31 / Fall Semester Classes Begin

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