A “how-to” for students participating in Distance Orientation
Distance Orientation student participation expectations include:
- Reach out to your summer advisor
- It is expected that each student participating in the Distance Orientation program make the initial contact to your summer advisor to set up your advisement appointment. Please reach out to your assigned advisor as soon as you receive the initial email notification with your advisor’s contact information.
- Review the Fall 2018 Course Catalog
- Make notes as to which course you would like to take, and be prepared to discuss your interest in these courses with your summer advisor.
- Print or download your First Year Advising Worksheet to record your advisement meeting notes
- After your advisement appointment, you must register for classes
- Review this brief video to learn about how to register online for your courses
- Additional resources to review prior to your advisement meeting (not applicable to every student):
- DSEM Course Rankings: only if you did not submit your top five DSEM courses in your registration form.
- Interested in Teaching? BA/MAT program information
- Music Ensembles, Lessons, and Music Theory Course Information
- Pre-Med Course Planning Information
- Placement Exams
- Any Distance Orientation student who needs to take one or more of the following exams: language, math, or biology — you can take these exams on Friday, August 24, 2018, during the August Orientation program.
- The chemistry exam is available on our website and can be taken from anywhere.
- Check out some campus locations, created by senior and Orientation Committee member Michael Galioto, C’19