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induction ceremony—the days before fall classes start are filled with fun and informative activities. Check it out: fye.indiana.edu/orientation/welcome-week.

You’re invited!

✭ Ongoing events. We’re here for you all year long.

See fye.indiana.edu/programs-events for information about cultural events, academic resources, and parent and student newsletters.

Contact Us, Ask Questions We want to hear from you so feel free to call, email, or even tweet us. Office of First Year Experience Programs Franklin Hall 228 601 E. Kirkwood Avenue Bloomington, IN 47405-1223 (812) 855-HELP (4357)

www.facebook.com/iufye

fye.indiana.edu fye@indiana.edu

@iufye

Make your reservation today.

Nonprofit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Indianapolis, IN Permit No. 6783

We’ll help you get ready for this new chapter in your life at summer New Student Orientation. It’s your chance to explore our beautiful campus, learn about support programs and resources, register for classes, and meet other new freshmen.

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✭ Welcome Week. Job fairs, open houses, game nights,

Franklin Hall 228 601 E. Kirkwood Avenue Bloomington, IN 47405-1223

students than by embarking on a five-day adventure together? Learn more at fye.indiana.edu/orientation/ iubeginnings.

Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity institution. Students who may need disability support services should visit the Office of Disability Services for Students website at studentaffairs.iub.edu/dss, or contact the office via phone at (812) 855-7578.

✭ IUBeginnings. What better way to bond with other new

Si desea recibir información adicional sobre Indiana University en español, por favor comuníquese con La Casa, el Centro Cultural Latino, al (812) 855-0174 o envíe un mensaje por correo electrónico (email) a lacasa@indiana.edu.

Take a look at the other ways we help make your first year a good one:

©February 2012 Office of First Year Experience Programs

We’re Here for You All Year

This fall, you’ll be a first year student at Indiana University Bloomington.


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induction ceremony—the days before fall classes start are filled with fun and informative activities. Check it out: fye.indiana.edu/orientation/welcome-week.

You’re invited!

✭ Ongoing events. We’re here for you all year long.

See fye.indiana.edu/programs-events for information about cultural events, academic resources, and parent and student newsletters.

Contact Us, Ask Questions We want to hear from you so feel free to call, email, or even tweet us. Office of First Year Experience Programs Franklin Hall 228 601 E. Kirkwood Avenue Bloomington, IN 47405-1223 (812) 855-HELP (4357)

www.facebook.com/iufye

fye.indiana.edu fye@indiana.edu

@iufye

Make your reservation today.

Nonprofit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Indianapolis, IN Permit No. 6783

We’ll help you get ready for this new chapter in your life at summer New Student Orientation. It’s your chance to explore our beautiful campus, learn about support programs and resources, register for classes, and meet other new freshmen.

N

N TIO TA

✭ Welcome Week. Job fairs, open houses, game nights,

Franklin Hall 228 601 E. Kirkwood Avenue Bloomington, IN 47405-1223

students than by embarking on a five-day adventure together? Learn more at fye.indiana.edu/orientation/ iubeginnings.

Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity institution. Students who may need disability support services should visit the Office of Disability Services for Students website at studentaffairs.iub.edu/dss, or contact the office via phone at (812) 855-7578.

✭ IUBeginnings. What better way to bond with other new

Si desea recibir información adicional sobre Indiana University en español, por favor comuníquese con La Casa, el Centro Cultural Latino, al (812) 855-0174 o envíe un mensaje por correo electrónico (email) a lacasa@indiana.edu.

Take a look at the other ways we help make your first year a good one:

©February 2012 Office of First Year Experience Programs

We’re Here for You All Year

This fall, you’ll be a first year student at Indiana University Bloomington.


S

DE U T

NT

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induction ceremony—the days before fall classes start are filled with fun and informative activities. Check it out: fye.indiana.edu/orientation/welcome-week.

You’re invited!

✭ Ongoing events. We’re here for you all year long.

See fye.indiana.edu/programs-events for information about cultural events, academic resources, and parent and student newsletters.

Contact Us, Ask Questions We want to hear from you so feel free to call, email, or even tweet us. Office of First Year Experience Programs Franklin Hall 228 601 E. Kirkwood Avenue Bloomington, IN 47405-1223 (812) 855-HELP (4357)

www.facebook.com/iufye

fye.indiana.edu fye@indiana.edu

@iufye

Make your reservation today.

Nonprofit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Indianapolis, IN Permit No. 6783

We’ll help you get ready for this new chapter in your life at summer New Student Orientation. It’s your chance to explore our beautiful campus, learn about support programs and resources, register for classes, and meet other new freshmen.

N

N TIO TA

✭ Welcome Week. Job fairs, open houses, game nights,

Franklin Hall 228 601 E. Kirkwood Avenue Bloomington, IN 47405-1223

students than by embarking on a five-day adventure together? Learn more at fye.indiana.edu/orientation/ iubeginnings.

Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity institution. Students who may need disability support services should visit the Office of Disability Services for Students website at studentaffairs.iub.edu/dss, or contact the office via phone at (812) 855-7578.

✭ IUBeginnings. What better way to bond with other new

Si desea recibir información adicional sobre Indiana University en español, por favor comuníquese con La Casa, el Centro Cultural Latino, al (812) 855-0174 o envíe un mensaje por correo electrónico (email) a lacasa@indiana.edu.

Take a look at the other ways we help make your first year a good one:

©February 2012 Office of First Year Experience Programs

We’re Here for You All Year

This fall, you’ll be a first year student at Indiana University Bloomington.


The Office of First Year Experience Programs

What to Expect New Student Orientation is a required two-day summer event where you’ll make important decisions about your upcoming academic year while getting to know other new Hoosiers, current students, and IU faculty and staff.

Here are the important things to know about planning for and attending your orientation program:

✭ About the Program. New Student Orientation is

required of all new Hoosiers. It gives you a foundation for your IU experience—you’ll learn about services, programs, and academics while also registering for classes, visiting classrooms, and learning IU traditions.

✭ Academics. You and your parents will hear about

academics from advisors and an IU professor and then students meet one on one with an academic advisor to plan courses and register.

✭ Placement Exams. Your scores on the required and

optional placement exams help your advisor know which courses are appropriate—and sometimes earn you IU credit hours toward your degree.

✭ Reservations. NSO reservations are taken online

at fye.indiana.edu. You will be able to choose from a variety of dates in June and July based on your academic needs. (Can’t make it to orientation then? Log in to FY(Me) to let us know and we’ll send you information about the August program.) The sooner you make your reservation, the more options you’ll have—so reserve your spot today!

✭ Mailings. We’ll send you an email confirmation soon

after you make your NSO reservation. Once you have that, go ahead and make your travel plans. As the date draws nearer, we’ll mail you a packet with final information and send emails with important dates and materials. Check your IU email often!

Your To-Do List We’re glad you’re going to be a Hoosier! Here’s how to get started:

1 2 3 5

Make your online reservation at the FY(Me) tab of our website fye.indiana.edu/fyme. Remember to provide a parent or guardian email address so we can copy them on your confirmation. Read your email confirmation carefully. It includes details about the things you must do before NSO, like completing your Academic Planning Worksheet and Health History information. Apply for on-campus housing for your academic year. Room assignments are made in order of your application date. See rps.indiana.edu for details. Sign up for one of our awesome (and optional) IUBeginnings adventures. You’ll pick a track (wilderness, service, arts and culture, leadership) and get to spend a week with other new Hoosiers right before your semester starts. Explore our website fye.indiana.edu, follow us on Twitter (@iufye), and “like” us on Facebook, www.facebook.com/iufye. We’ve got a lot of important and exciting information to share.

Special Program Just for Parents Parents and family are an important part of your IU experience—and that’s why we hold orientation sessions just for them that coincide with yours. They will learn tips for helping you make the transition to IU, while also getting an education about the resources, programs, and support in place for student success.

Placement Exams You will take required exams in math and foreign language during your two-day NSO program. You can also take a variety of optional exams before coming to your program. Check your email confirmation and our website fye.indiana.edu (Orientation & Transition> New Student Orientation> Testing) for details.

Help for People with Disabilities

Housing: Live Like a College Student

If you or a guest will need special accommodations for a disability or mobility issue during New Student Orientation, please let us know on your reservation. We will contact you to help you make arrangements.

Stay close to the action and get a preview of on-campus living by spending the night in a residence hall during your orientation this summer. After a busy day, it’s great to hang out with other students at NSO Late Night!

Orientation Fees The student fee is currently under review and will be available when you make your reservation. The parent/guest fee is $30 for the first person and $15 for each additional person. These fees include lunch and dinner on the first day of orientation as well as your CampusAccess Card (student ID). Fees do not include overnight housing costs.

Make Your Reservation Today It’s easy to reserve your spot at summer New Student Orientation. Do it today!

1

2

Go to the FY(Me) section of our website fye.indiana.edu/fyme and follow the directions to make your personalized reservation. You’ll choose from dates and schedules specific to your academic needs. Tip: Be sure to provide an email address for your parent or guardian, so they’ll receive the email confirmation and other important information for family members. Check your IU email for your reservation confirmation, and read it carefully. It includes important information about: • placement exams to take before and during your program • items to complete and bring to your program • travel, parking, and accommodations during NSO


The Office of First Year Experience Programs

What to Expect New Student Orientation is a required two-day summer event where you’ll make important decisions about your upcoming academic year while getting to know other new Hoosiers, current students, and IU faculty and staff.

Here are the important things to know about planning for and attending your orientation program:

✭ About the Program. New Student Orientation is

required of all new Hoosiers. It gives you a foundation for your IU experience—you’ll learn about services, programs, and academics while also registering for classes, visiting classrooms, and learning IU traditions.

✭ Academics. You and your parents will hear about

academics from advisors and an IU professor and then students meet one on one with an academic advisor to plan courses and register.

✭ Placement Exams. Your scores on the required and

optional placement exams help your advisor know which courses are appropriate—and sometimes earn you IU credit hours toward your degree.

✭ Reservations. NSO reservations are taken online

at fye.indiana.edu. You will be able to choose from a variety of dates in June and July based on your academic needs. (Can’t make it to orientation then? Log in to FY(Me) to let us know and we’ll send you information about the August program.) The sooner you make your reservation, the more options you’ll have—so reserve your spot today!

✭ Mailings. We’ll send you an email confirmation soon

after you make your NSO reservation. Once you have that, go ahead and make your travel plans. As the date draws nearer, we’ll mail you a packet with final information and send emails with important dates and materials. Check your IU email often!

Your To-Do List We’re glad you’re going to be a Hoosier! Here’s how to get started:

1 2 3 5

Make your online reservation at the FY(Me) tab of our website fye.indiana.edu/fyme. Remember to provide a parent or guardian email address so we can copy them on your confirmation. Read your email confirmation carefully. It includes details about the things you must do before NSO, like completing your Academic Planning Worksheet and Health History information. Apply for on-campus housing for your academic year. Room assignments are made in order of your application date. See rps.indiana.edu for details. Sign up for one of our awesome (and optional) IUBeginnings adventures. You’ll pick a track (wilderness, service, arts and culture, leadership) and get to spend a week with other new Hoosiers right before your semester starts. Explore our website fye.indiana.edu, follow us on Twitter (@iufye), and “like” us on Facebook, www.facebook.com/iufye. We’ve got a lot of important and exciting information to share.

Special Program Just for Parents Parents and family are an important part of your IU experience—and that’s why we hold orientation sessions just for them that coincide with yours. They will learn tips for helping you make the transition to IU, while also getting an education about the resources, programs, and support in place for student success.

Placement Exams You will take required exams in math and foreign language during your two-day NSO program. You can also take a variety of optional exams before coming to your program. Check your email confirmation and our website fye.indiana.edu (Orientation & Transition> New Student Orientation> Testing) for details.

Help for People with Disabilities

Housing: Live Like a College Student

If you or a guest will need special accommodations for a disability or mobility issue during New Student Orientation, please let us know on your reservation. We will contact you to help you make arrangements.

Stay close to the action and get a preview of on-campus living by spending the night in a residence hall during your orientation this summer. After a busy day, it’s great to hang out with other students at NSO Late Night!

Orientation Fees The student fee is currently under review and will be available when you make your reservation. The parent/guest fee is $30 for the first person and $15 for each additional person. These fees include lunch and dinner on the first day of orientation as well as your CampusAccess Card (student ID). Fees do not include overnight housing costs.

Make Your Reservation Today It’s easy to reserve your spot at summer New Student Orientation. Do it today!

1

2

Go to the FY(Me) section of our website fye.indiana.edu/fyme and follow the directions to make your personalized reservation. You’ll choose from dates and schedules specific to your academic needs. Tip: Be sure to provide an email address for your parent or guardian, so they’ll receive the email confirmation and other important information for family members. Check your IU email for your reservation confirmation, and read it carefully. It includes important information about: • placement exams to take before and during your program • items to complete and bring to your program • travel, parking, and accommodations during NSO


The Office of First Year Experience Programs

What to Expect New Student Orientation is a required two-day summer event where you’ll make important decisions about your upcoming academic year while getting to know other new Hoosiers, current students, and IU faculty and staff.

Here are the important things to know about planning for and attending your orientation program:

✭ About the Program. New Student Orientation is

required of all new Hoosiers. It gives you a foundation for your IU experience—you’ll learn about services, programs, and academics while also registering for classes, visiting classrooms, and learning IU traditions.

✭ Academics. You and your parents will hear about

academics from advisors and an IU professor and then students meet one on one with an academic advisor to plan courses and register.

✭ Placement Exams. Your scores on the required and

optional placement exams help your advisor know which courses are appropriate—and sometimes earn you IU credit hours toward your degree.

✭ Reservations. NSO reservations are taken online

at fye.indiana.edu. You will be able to choose from a variety of dates in June and July based on your academic needs. (Can’t make it to orientation then? Log in to FY(Me) to let us know and we’ll send you information about the August program.) The sooner you make your reservation, the more options you’ll have—so reserve your spot today!

✭ Mailings. We’ll send you an email confirmation soon

after you make your NSO reservation. Once you have that, go ahead and make your travel plans. As the date draws nearer, we’ll mail you a packet with final information and send emails with important dates and materials. Check your IU email often!

Your To-Do List We’re glad you’re going to be a Hoosier! Here’s how to get started:

1 2 3 5

Make your online reservation at the FY(Me) tab of our website fye.indiana.edu/fyme. Remember to provide a parent or guardian email address so we can copy them on your confirmation. Read your email confirmation carefully. It includes details about the things you must do before NSO, like completing your Academic Planning Worksheet and Health History information. Apply for on-campus housing for your academic year. Room assignments are made in order of your application date. See rps.indiana.edu for details. Sign up for one of our awesome (and optional) IUBeginnings adventures. You’ll pick a track (wilderness, service, arts and culture, leadership) and get to spend a week with other new Hoosiers right before your semester starts. Explore our website fye.indiana.edu, follow us on Twitter (@iufye), and “like” us on Facebook, www.facebook.com/iufye. We’ve got a lot of important and exciting information to share.

Special Program Just for Parents Parents and family are an important part of your IU experience—and that’s why we hold orientation sessions just for them that coincide with yours. They will learn tips for helping you make the transition to IU, while also getting an education about the resources, programs, and support in place for student success.

Placement Exams You will take required exams in math and foreign language during your two-day NSO program. You can also take a variety of optional exams before coming to your program. Check your email confirmation and our website fye.indiana.edu (Orientation & Transition> New Student Orientation> Testing) for details.

Help for People with Disabilities

Housing: Live Like a College Student

If you or a guest will need special accommodations for a disability or mobility issue during New Student Orientation, please let us know on your reservation. We will contact you to help you make arrangements.

Stay close to the action and get a preview of on-campus living by spending the night in a residence hall during your orientation this summer. After a busy day, it’s great to hang out with other students at NSO Late Night!

Orientation Fees The student fee is currently under review and will be available when you make your reservation. The parent/guest fee is $30 for the first person and $15 for each additional person. These fees include lunch and dinner on the first day of orientation as well as your CampusAccess Card (student ID). Fees do not include overnight housing costs.

Make Your Reservation Today It’s easy to reserve your spot at summer New Student Orientation. Do it today!

1

2

Go to the FY(Me) section of our website fye.indiana.edu/fyme and follow the directions to make your personalized reservation. You’ll choose from dates and schedules specific to your academic needs. Tip: Be sure to provide an email address for your parent or guardian, so they’ll receive the email confirmation and other important information for family members. Check your IU email for your reservation confirmation, and read it carefully. It includes important information about: • placement exams to take before and during your program • items to complete and bring to your program • travel, parking, and accommodations during NSO

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