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Yes, orientation is required for incoming students admitted each semester. Please check out what requirements you have before your Orientation begins by clicking here. You will select the semester that you plan to begin at Lander. You will also be able to register for the event on this page.

Note: Space is limited, so register early as sessions are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

For example, if you are a transfer student starting your first Lander course in Fall, click Fall and then the Transfer student tab for information. You will register for your classes during your orientation session.

The goal of orientation is to ensure incoming students are informed about academic and campus resources, how to get involved on campus and other information to help you successfully transition to Lander. You will meet with various campus partners and learn the resources that are available to you. This is also the time to meet with academic advisors about your schedule and complete any campus business that’s needed for you (i.e. Financial Aid, Paying Bills, etc.)

Sessions do not have waitlists. If the session you wish to participate in is full, you should register for a different session. You can continue to check the system to see if a space opens up in your desired session, but the Office of Orientation Programs cannot place you in a session that is full; sessions must maintain caps in order to ensure that all students have quality time allotted during college and advising meetings in preparing to successfully register for your classes.