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Is it important to attend freshmen orientation?


Although it is not required to attend freshman orientation it is highly recommended. Each school runs them differently, but basically the program is meant to help you understand what to expect, how to adjust, and to not feel totally lost when you arrive for the fall semester. There is nothing worse than leaving home and feeling like you are all alone.

Schools may have more than one orientation period, depending on their size - check with your school of choice. You might have the opportunity to meet your roommate (if they choose the same orientation date), and you may feel more at home upon arrival.

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