Orientation participation is required for all incoming degree-seeking undergraduate students. Programs are designed to welcome new first-year and transfer students as well as family members to the Suffolk community. At orientation, you and your family members will discover the tools to make your college experience successful right from the start.
At orientation, you will:
- Meet with faculty advisors from your academic department
- Learn how to make the most of your classes
- Learn how to get involved in the Suffolk community
- Meet current students leaders and your classmates
- Become familiar with the Suffolk University campus and community
Fall Orientation 2015
|Session||Early Arrival (optional)||Dates (required)||Special Notes|
|First-Year Session 1||June 7||June 8-9||Boston campus students|
|First-Year Session 2||June 10||June 11-12||Boston & Madrid campus students|
|First-Year Session 3||June 14||June 15-16||Boston campus students|
|First-Year Session 4||June 17||June 18-19||Boston campus students|
|First-Year Session 5||June 21||June 22-23||Boston campus students|
|Transfer Session 1||June 24||June 25||Boston campus students|
GOLD REGION: Students living inside the gold region on the below map must login to the registration system via MySuffolk to pick their orientation from one of the above sessions which meet their students type. Family members are encouraged to also attend. If you have concerns about date conflicts or other extenuating circumstances, please contact Orientation & New Student Programs for assistance.
BLUE REGION: Students living inside the blue region, including internationally, on the below map should login to the registration system via MySuffolk to see all sessions available to them based on student type. Students from the blue region may also have access to additional sessions not listed above. Family members are encouraged to also attend. If you have concerns about date conflicts or other extenuating circumstances, please contact Orientation & New Student Programs for assistance.