Multnomah University enthusiastically welcomes new students to be a part of our new student orientation. Our orientation team wants you to have the inside track into what it means to be a Multnomah student. To do that we will have you start off at the central hub of campus life, the Joseph C. Aldrich Student Center lounge. There you will meet staff from offices you will want to talk to such as Admissions, Financial Aid, the Business Office, Information Technology, and Dining Services. We have two days of important educational sessions and activities that will set you up for success as a Multnomah student.
For a detailed breakdown of our schedule, check out our 2012 Fall Orientation schedule.
In keeping with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA), Multnomah will provide reasonable academic and co-curricular accommodations necessary to afford equal opportunity and full participation in all programs for qualified students with professionally verified disabilities. Our policy statement and an application for accommodations are available through the Student Services Department or online at http://www.multnomah.edu/resources/disability-services/
A big part of welcoming new students is also welcoming their parents. We understand that as a child enters his/her collegiate experience, parents are going through a transition as well. We know your involvement as parents’ matters in the student development process and we want to invite you into that process. We also want you to be aware of institutional boundaries, expectations, and effective support techniques. Parents who come to campus with their students on August 23rd, 2012 will have the opportunity to connect with staff at the welcome center and meet hall staff in the residence halls.
Parents please RSVP for the Presidential Dinner on Thursday, August 23rd by e-mailing email@example.com
For a detailed breakdown of our schedule for parents, we have a detailed parent orientation guide that will be coming soon.
We are thrilled that your student is coming to Multnomah and will care for them well!