Students who plan to begin classes at Lycoming College in January should plan to attend New Student Orientation on January 6, 2013. Orientation will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. in the Bell Lobby (located in the western end of the Academic Center - on the opposite side of the building from the Snowden Library).
We do not offer a parent program at the January Orientation.
For students who will begin classes in the fall, Lycoming College offers three two-day Summer Orientation sessions each year. All new students are required to attend a session. Students will learn more about our campus and find out the answers to all of their questions as they prepare to start college.
Join us in June to meet your classmates and begin to forge friendships that will last a lifetime! Orientation offers you and your family an important opportunity to become more familiar with Lycoming and to begin your transition to college life.
The dates for Summer Orientation 2013 are:
- Session 1: June 10 & 11 (Monday & Tuesday)
- Session 2: June 17 & 18 (Monday & Tuesday)
- Session 3: June 24 & 25 (Monday & Tuesday)
Each session will begin at 9:30 a.m. on Monday, and end at approximately 2:00 p.m. on the second day.
You will have the opportunity to rank your preference of dates when you complete your Orientation registration. Summer Orientation registration will open for members of the Class of 2017 and new transfer students in early April.
If you have sent your confirmation deposit to the Office of Admissions, you will receive Orientation registration materials (including a username and password to access the Orientation website) in the U.S. Mail from the Office of the Dean of First Year Students beginning April 2013. We cannot accept registrations over the telephone or by email.
Students who have completed their Orientation registration will receive confirmation of their Summer Orientation dates via U.S. Mail.
*TRANSFER STUDENTS. We will offer additional workshops and social opportunities for transfer students during Session 1, so new transfer students are encouraged to attend Session 1.