Fall Orientation 2019
|Session Type||Session Dates|
|Transfer Session 1||
|Transfer Session 2
(All students with military veteran status
are encouraged to attend this session)
|Transfer Session 3||
GOLD REGION: Students living inside the gold region on the below map must login to the registration system to pick their orientation from one of the above sessions which meet their student 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 to see all sessions available to them based on their 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.
Transfer Student Orientation Details
All full-time degree-seeking undergraduate students must participate in an orientation session before starting at Suffolk. Once you have paid your enrollment deposit, you may register for orientation. Orientation for students beginning in the fall semester takes place in June and in January for those beginning in the spring semester. Students with possible schedule conflicts should contact Orientation & New Student Programs.
The cost of the orientation program is included in the new student fee on your tuition bill. Residential transfer students living on campus during the spring semester will be able to move into their housing assignment the day before their January orientation.
Orientation serves many purposes for our incoming students. We seek to help you understand Suffolk University's academic environment and expectations, become familiar with utilizing academic resources, develop a sense of comfort within the Suffolk Community, gain knowledge about co-curricular opportunities, and become familiar with Suffolk's global culture and the institution's appreciation for diversity. We are looking forward to meeting you at orientation!
Transferring to a new institution is an exciting adventure, not only for students but for the entire family. While it is not mandatory for family members to attend transfer orientation, it is strongly encouraged.
Family orientation program runs concurrently with, but separately from, student orientation. For family members, orientation offers an exciting opportunity to interact with skilled faculty and staff members who are committed to excellence on campus.
Orientation provides an opportunity for family members to learn about your student's academic program and requirements, get answers to financial questions, policies, and deadlines, understand academic and co-curricular resources, gain details about health, wellness, and safety, and more! We hope to see you there!