Transfer students who participate in Orientation have two different tracks to choose from. Registration is required for both tracks and will be live starting in June. You may also register on-site at the Gordon Field House and Activties Center between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Tuesday, August 22.
All-access pass to the Transfer Orientation program, which is five days of events, activities, and sessions that will give you a thorough overview of RIT resources and services, interest sessions, opportunities to connect with students in your small group, fun evening entertainment, and much more. Students in this track will be placed in a small group with a trained Orientation Leader (OL). Your OL, an upper-class transfer student, will be an invaluable asset as you get acclimated to campus and prepare for the academic year. This person will be your guide during Orientation and your main point of contact for all questions and curiosities. This track may appeal to students who want a comprehensive, community-oriented experience, sufficient involvement with other new students, and small group activities.
Do you just want to meet with your academic college and learn more about your academic program? Not interested in group activities and Orientation events? This track is for you. Includes academic advising and an academic session only.