Freshman Orientation Dates
You are a freshman for orientation purposes if you haven’t attended college after graduating from high school or if you have earned less than 27 college credits.
If your college credits were earned through a college-in-the-high-school program (e.g., Running Start), you’re a freshman for orientation and registration purposes.
All new students must attend an orientation program to enroll for their first semester of classes.
Enrolling in spring semester 2020
January 9-10, 2020
This program is not accepting reservations. Please check back in November.
Enrolling in fall semester 2020
Session 1: June 9-11 (FULL)
Session 2: June 13-15 (FULL)
Session 3: June 17-19 (FULL)
Session 5: June 24-26 (FULL)
Session 6: July 6-8 (online program)
Session 7: July 11-13 (online program)
Session 8: July 15-17 (online program)
Session 10: July 21-23 (online program)
Session 11: July 25-27 (online program)
Alive in Hawaii & California
June 6: Hawaii (online program designed for out-of-state students)
June 28: California (online program designed for out-of-state students)
June 29: California (online program designed for out-of-state students)
Fall Alive orientation is the last chance to register for classes. If you do not attend an orientation program, you will not be able to register for fall semester.
If you would like to participate in formal sorority or fraternity recruitment, you will need to select a summer Alive date. Students cannot participate in formal recruitment until the orientation requirement is complete.
For more information on fraternity and sorority recruitment, visit the Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life.