Listed below is an outline to both the Graduate Assistant/Fellowship and Graduate Student Orientations. You do not have to attend both sessions.
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New Graduate Assistant/Fellowship Orientation Required for NEW GA/TA/RA and Fellowships*
New graduate assistants and fellowships will attend this orientation as part of their training process. *It is required for all new Graduate Assistants/Fellowships*
You will receive a general introduction to the program. And we will outline all Assistantship and Fellowship Requirements. There will be breakout sessions targeted to your specific needs.
New Graduate Student Orientation
Date: Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Time: GSO: Morning: 8:00 - 11:30am; Evening: 5:00 - 7:30pm
Location: GSO: Lecture Halls: Baer-Fuller, Kelley and Lee Auditoriums (East of BSC)
Graduate Students are invited to attend the annual Graduate Student Orientation, which includes SLU's Welcome Information Fair. Representatives from offices across campus will be available to answer your questions. Some examples are Student Health, Financial Aid, and Career Services just to name a few.
The Orientation is for New Graduate students. It gives you all an opportunity to come and learn about resources available to you and to help get you familiar with Saint Louis University.
The Graduate Student Orientation is not required but it is strongly recommended. For a new Graduate Student we are able to explain a lot of possibilities you have and the difference between undergraduate and Graduate. This time also allows you all to speak to us and begin building that face to face connection.
Please click here to RSVP to this event regardless of attendance(so we may provide the appropriate amount of refreshments and light snacks at the event)
International Student Orientation
|International Student Orientation is designed to ease the transition to the U.S. and to SLU for all international students.|
Department/School Orientation Events
|Some departments/schools may offer orientation events specifically for your program,department, or major. Please contact your department for information|