Issuu on Google+

August 19–24 New Students and Families: Hold These Dates Mark your calendars now for Pitt’s Arrival Survival and New Student Orientation.

Arrival Survival (residence hall move-in) August 19–22

Orientation features various programs and events to welcome and transition new students and families to Pitt and to kick off their collegiate journey—Panther style.

New Student Orientation August 19–24 Freshman Convocation Wednesday, August 20

Your New Student Orientation schedule will be arriving in July with your Arrival Survival packet. Visit www.orientation.pitt.edu.


August 19–24 Freshman Convocation Freshman Convocation is a very important University ceremony for new students. Held in the Petersen Events Center, this event will be one of the highlights of New Student Orientation. This ceremony is followed by the Chancellor’s Picnic. Please make plans to attend! orientation Program highlights PITTsburgh Event, Tuesday evening, August 19 “The Art of College Parenting” Presentation, Wednesday, August 20 *Freshman Convocation, Wednesday afternoon, August 20 †

Parent Breakfast with the Provost Thursday morning, August 21

*Pathway to Your Success at Pitt, Thursday morning, August 21 *“The Truth,” Thursday afternoon, August 21 *Discussions on The Pitt Pathway book, Friday afternoon, August 22

Your Journey Begins Here! Orientation 2008 For more information about these programs, please visit www.orientation.pitt.edu, e-mail newsp@pitt.edu, or call 412-648-2172. Your New Student Orientation program schedule will arrive in July with your Arrival Survival packet. Once you receive the schedule, be sure to register for New Student Orientation on the Web site, www.orientation.pitt.edu. Family Weekend Mark your calendars for Family Weekend—October 24–26, 2008. Visit www.familyweekend.pitt.edu for more information.

*Denotes a required program for all new students †Parents/families

must RSVP for this program. A formal invitation with more details will arrive with the orientation schedule in July.

The University of Pittsburgh is an affirmative action, equal opportunity institution. Published in cooperation with the Department of University Marketing Communications. UMC64225-0508


August 19–24 Freshman Convocation Freshman Convocation is a very important University ceremony for new students. Held in the Petersen Events Center, this event will be one of the highlights of New Student Orientation. This ceremony is followed by the Chancellor’s Picnic. Please make plans to attend! orientation Program highlights Tuesday, August 19 PITTsburgh Event

Your Journey Begins Here! Orientation 2008 For more information about these programs, please visit www.orientation.pitt.edu, e-mail newsp@pitt.edu, or call 412-648-2172. Your New Student Orientation program schedule will arrive in July with your Arrival Survival packet. Once you receive the schedule, be sure to register for New Student Orientation on the Web site, www.orientation.pitt.edu.

Wednesday, August 20 “The Art of College Parenting” Presentation

Family Weekend

*Freshman Convocation

Visit www.familyweekend.pitt.edu for more information.

Thursday, August 21 †Parent Breakfast with the Provost *Pathway to Your Success at Pitt *“The Truth” Friday, August 22 *Discussions on The Pitt Pathway book

Mark your calendars for Family Weekend—October 24–26, 2008.

*Denotes a required program for all new students †Parents/families

must RSVP for this program. A formal invitation with more details will arrive with the orientation schedule in July.

The University of Pittsburgh is an affirmative action, equal opportunity institution. Published in cooperation with the Department of University Marketing Communications. UMC64225-0508


Student Affairs_Orientation save date