Fall semester classes begin Monday, Aug. 22, 2016
New residential students move in on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016
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 2016 begins on Move-In Day, Tuesday, Aug. 16, when new residential students check in at their residence halls between 9 a.m. and noon, and commuter students check in at the Brandt Student Center. Fall athletes should check with the coach to find out what date to move in.
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. 16 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. to join the residential students as staff work to help you get everything you need during Navigator. By parking in the garage behind the student center, you can avoid traffic near the residence halls. (If it works better for your schedule – commuting students may attend Navigator on Aug 10, between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. while we welcome our football team to campus. Please email StudentLife@su.edu if you plan to attend Navigator on Aug 10 instead of Aug 16)
Later in the afternoon on the 16th, 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. 22, you will be busy with academic sessions, a few mandatory meetings, community service projects, and lots of social gatherings. Student athletes will have practices and Conservatory students will have auditions during this time, too.
If you have any questions, contact the Division of Student Life at (540) 665-4863 or email@example.com
The full Welcome Week schedule will be posted later this summer. Don’t forget to also see the events your specific academic program is requiring you to attend.
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Have you… met your academic advisor? bought your textbooks and other school supplies? picked up you SU I.D. card (if you don’t already have it)? bought your parking permit? submitted all health forms to the Wilkins Wellness Center? picked up you laptop and iPad? organized yourself and your schedule? met someone new? decorated your room?…READ MORE
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