program through which entering students are made familiar with aims of higher education, principles governing the wise use of time and effort, ideals and traditions of the university, and exams to provide the faculty with a basis for advising and assisting students in planning their academic program.
These required workshops introduce new students to campus life and a host of resources intended to promote student success.
A program for new volunteers that introduces key aspects about the organisation, its key personnel (paid staff and volunteers), its policies and procedures, and day-to-day routines.
Educational opportunities provided by Extension to enable new employees to accept their responsibilities with confidence, to understand what is expected of them, and to feel secure in their new positions.
Prior to the beginning of each academic year an orientation program is held. There are a variety of activities held ranging from tours and faculty BBQs to information sessions and sports demonstrations. We urge all new students to attend Orientation, as it's a great chance to become familiar with the campus, learn more about your course, get involved with clubs and societies, and meet heaps of new people. There is also an Orientation held at the beginning of second semester, for students who commence studies mid-year.
a course introducing a new situation or environment
a fun, informative meeting where you'll get all of your questions about the event answered and learn how we support you in your fundraising and training efforts
A programme of academic and social activities to introduce new students to the University.
This program is designed to help new students make a smooth transition to the University of Utah. All new undergraduate/transfer students are required to attend an orientation session before registering for classes. See Orientation and New Student Programs.
A programme of events aimed at helping new students become familiar with the social and academic support available on campus.
a program an educational institution normally offers at the beginning of the academic year to new students to familiarize them with the campus.
An organized effort on the part of a financial institution to acclimate a new worker to the firm, job, and co-workers.
An introduction to available resources and fundraising research strategies presented by Foundation Center library staff. Supervisors at Cooperating Collections may conduct orientation sessions as well.
An initial educational leadership session given to volunteers new to Girl Scouting or to Girl Scouts – Wilderness Raod Council.
A scripted PowerPoint presentation offering a brief overview of the i-SAFE Educational and Outreach components.
Orientation Week (O-week) involves academic, social and informative activities that: Introduce you to the services and facilities at Monash Help you adjust to living and studying in Australia Provide opportunities to make new friends through social activities
A program providing academic and social information to introduce new students to the University environment.
Prior to registering for courses, new students may participate in a Student Orientation program that may include a campus tour; information on educational planning and college resources; and group advising.
an organized introduction for new students to the Campus, resources and surrounding area; usually occurs just prior to the onset of classes
Dalhousie offers new students special programs to help them understand what Dalhousie is all about. Known as "orientation," these sessions are held for a couple of days in the summer, and during the first week of the fall term. You will receive information about orientation following admission.
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Before volunteering on a New York Cares Calendar Project, each individual must first attend a one-hour orientation. These sessions offer a quick and easy introduction to the many ways to volunteer with New York Cares and teach volunteers how to choose a project that's right for them.
a socialization process designed to provide necessary information to new employees and welcome them into the organization.
A program of activities for new students designed to introduce them to some of the essential knowledge and skills for a successful College experience. May include topics ranging from selection of courses to child care and parking.
A programme of events organised at the beginning of the year to introduce new students to University life. Papers The smallest individual academic components of a course (and thus of a Programme). Papers are characterised by: being recorded as separate entities on an academic record having some form of result attached to them generating a definable portion of the tuition fees payable.
Sessions combining information and social events that are designed to welcome and transition new students to the UBC community.
Prior to registering for courses, students new to Valencia must participate in a New Student Orientation program that includes information on educational planning and college resources, a campus tour, and group advising.
The introduction of a new employee to the organization and his/her job.
The introduction of employees to their jobs, co-workers, and the organization by providing them with information regarding such items as policies, procedures, company history, goals, culture, and work rules. Similar to Induction.
Most schools offer orientation for incoming students to help ease the tradition from high school to college. During orientation (which can last a couple of days to over a week) students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of programs and information sessions that allow them to experience a small taste of what their undergraduate years will be like.
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A process by which new students get to know the campus. Most schools offer orientation for freshmen over the week or weekend before classes, but some offer special camps or other get-acquainted programs in the summer before classes commence.
A video-taped introduction to distance learning for new students to become acquainted with college policies, procedures, programs, and services.
sessions combining information and social events that are designed to welcome and transition new students to the college or university
This is an event geared to introduce students to the services available on campus, to introduce students to each other, and most importantly, to provide an overview of what to expect during the first days of class.
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The activity at the beginning of a juror's term of service when court personnel welcome the jurors, explain procedures and answer questions.
Activities and programs designed to help the new student become acquainted with the college.
A program of pre-session events (over several days) designed to acclimatise new students to the University, its procedures, facilities and the degree programs they have enrolled in.
A program that introduces new students to the college environment, explains various procedures, and describes available resources.
A programme of events organised at the beginning of the year to introduce new students to University life. Page Top
Session or procedure for acclimating a new employee to the organization.
Programs to help new students and parents get to know a college. Orientation usually takes place before or at the beginning of the academic year.
A time scheduled for groups of new students to meet with a counselor, tour facilities, and become acquainted with college policies, procedures, programs, and services.
The planned introduction of new employees to their jobs, coworkers, and the organization.