Orientation

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Cedarville offers three days of exciting, informational sessions and fun activities to help International, MK, and TCK students get oriented to campus and university life. The advanced arrival gives students time to acclimate to their surroundings and get to know other students as well. Orientation sessions cover topics like academic adjustment and support, cultural adjustment, banking, employment, and important details about maintaining visa status. Families are welcome to participate in orientation and take advantage of the special sessions for parents. Don’t miss out on this great introduction to Cedarville and get a jump-start on the 800+ freshmen who will arrive just a few days later!

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Activities:

  • Fun activities - shopping, miniature golf, ice cream, etc.
  • Campus tour
  • Student Panel
  • Workshop Topics:
  • How to get connected to ministries, clubs, and organizations
  • Cultural/academic adjustment
  • Driver's license/Social Security information/Banking

Schedule:

Tuesday, August 13

  • Registration - move into dorm room, access student mailbox, etc.
  • Shopping
  • Opening Night (food, fellowship, and social activity)

Wednesday, August 14 and Thursday, August 15

  • Devotions and worship
  • Tour
  • Workshops
  • Social activity

Friday, August 16

  • Devotions and worship
  • Shopping
  • Getting Started activities

For more information, contact Brenda Reid at 937-766-7982

Parents and siblings are welcome to accompany their student to orientation. Although students can move into their dorm rooms on arrival, families will be responsible for their own lodging and some meal costs. Meals are available at the University cafeteria for a small charge for those times when a meal is not included in orientation activities.