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Alive! Transfer Student Orientation Dates

Transfer Orientation Dates

You are a transfer student for orientation purposes if you will have 27 semester (40 quarter) credits by the first day of classes.

If your college credits were earned concurrently with high school courses (e.g., in Running Start or a similar program), you’re a freshman for orientation and enrollment purposes and should attend a freshman Alive! session.

All new students must attend an orientation program to enroll for their first semester of classes.

Please make sure to bring:

  • A copy of all transcripts (unofficial transcripts are acceptable)
  • A printout of your class schedule if you’re currently enrolled in any courses (must be printed from the school’s official scheduling system)
  • Documentation of any College Board AP exams

Alternate orientation dates

If you cannot attend a transfer Alive! orientation, you’re welcome to sign up for a freshmen Alive! instead. You can register for classes at any Alive! session.

Enrolling in spring semester 2020

Spring Alive!

January 8-10, 2020
This program is not accepting reservations. Please check back in November.

Spring Alive! info & signup

Enrolling in fall semester 2020

Transfer Alive!

March 29-30

Spring Transfer Alive! info & signup

Summer Transfer Alive!

June 21-22
July 19-20

Summer Alive! info & signup

Out-of-state Alive! programs

June 6: Ewa Beach, Hawaii
June 28: San Ramon, California
June 29: San Ramon, California

Out of state info & signup

Fall Alive!

August 15-17
Fall 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 the fall semester.

Fall Alive! info & signup

Greek recruitment notice

If you plan to participate in formal sorority or fraternity recruitment, 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.