Attend ASU Orientation Day | ASU Orientation

 

Step Three:
Attend Orientation Day

What to Expect on Orientation Day

Your Sun Devil experience begins here. New Student Orientation offers the tools and information you need to kick-start your college career. Come prepared and ready to meet with your academic advisor, register for classes, learn about university resources and student clubs, meet classmates and much more.

 

Orientation Day Check-In

Review your orientation confirmation email for specific times and locations. Check-in will vary depending on your program and campus. Orientation is a one-day program that begins before 7:30 a.m. and lasts until 3 or 4 p.m.

 

 

Sample Student Agenda

Morning

  • University Welcome
  • College Welcome
  • Academic Advising and Class Registration*

Lunch

Afternoon

  • Live Like a Sun Devil
  • Sun Devil Trivia
  • Smart Money, Smart Devils
  • The Sun Devil Way*
  • Sun Devil Proud
  • ID Card Distribution

*Students only

ASU Resource Expo and Residential College Community Tours Provided

Sample Family and Guests Agenda

Morning

  • University Welcome
  • College Welcome
  • Your Student’s Transition to ASU

Lunch

    Afternoon

    • Live Like a Sun Devil
    • Sun Devil Trivia
    • Smart Money, Smart Devils
    • Family Resource Panel
    • Sun Devil Proud
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    West Campus Overnight Orientation

    Students attending ASU at the West campus, get an inside look at what it means to be a Sun Devil during an overnight orientation.

    Tips for a successful orientation day

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    Directions and Parking

    Allow yourself plenty of time to travel to your orientation destination. Print parking and directions information for your program location.

    Downtown Phoenix campus
    Polytechnic campus
    Tempe campus
    West campus

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    What to Wear

    Wear comfortable shoes and clothes. You may want to bring a light sweater for some of the chilly, climate-controlled rooms used during orientation.

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    What to Bring

    ID. You are required to show identification at check-in (U.S. driver’s license, state-issued ID card, U.S. military ID card, U.S. passport or passport card).
     
    Academic records and documents. Bring copies of your test scores, high school and/or previous college transcripts. These will be needed at your academic advising session.

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    Tell us about your day using #ASUOrientation