New Student Orientation
June 17 or June 24
All students are required to attend one session.
Orientation is a one day event which provides students with all of the information necessary to help make the transition to living at the Mount a seamless and enjoyable experience.
The Orientation Committee hosts informative presentations designed to integrate students into the Mount community. Students have the opportunity to meet with academic advisors, discuss fall courses, meet their classmates and maybe even connect with a future roommate!
The Orientation Committee is thrilled to welcome the
Class of 2020 to Orientation 2016!
Your Next Steps ...
Register for Orientation
Registration information is mailed to the home address, and all students are required to attend one of the two Orientations sessions.
Set Up Your Mount Email
Students will receive detailed instructions on how to set up their Mount email the last week of May; these instructions will be sent to their personal email address.
Complete Language Placement Testing
Language testing is required by all students and is to be completed online before Orientation.
Prepare Required Health Forms
Please print and bring completed forms to Orientation.
Review Learning Services Offered at the Mount
The office provides Disability Support Services and Peer Tutoring, as well as individual Study Strategies instruction. If you know you require additional learning accommodations, please submit the required paperwork through the Learning Services office.
Apply for On-Campus Housing
For resident students only. (Mount email required to apply)
After your Orientation there are a few dates to remember
June 1 — Housing Application Opens
June 1 — Sign up begins for optional Mountward Bound trips (closes July 15)
TBA — Final Course Schedules are Distributed
July 1 — Housing Applications Due
July 15 — First Payment Due
August 13 — Optional Mountward Bound trips begin (Start date varies on desired program)
August 19 — New Student Move In Day
August 22 — Classes Begin
Thank you for choosing Mount St. Mary's University.