Orientation events are prepared to provide information specific to student groups. Registration in advance is required for some events. Check below for details.
Orientation events for all new Undergraduate students
Orientation for all students-undergraduate level and transfer students takes place only at the beginning of the Fall and Winter semesters. If you arrive in the Spring, you are can still attend the Fall orientation, but to get important information that will help you get orientated when you arrive, you should visit the ISA office to check in- information about this below.
Details and orientation registration http://www.mun.ca/student/orientation/
Orientation events for all new Graduate students
Orientation for all students graduate level and transfer students takes place only at the beginning of the fall and winter semesters. If you arrive in the spring, you are can still attend the Fall orientation, but to get important information that will help you get orientated when you arrive, you should visit the ISA office to check information about this below.
Details and orientation registration http://www.mun.ca/sgs/orientation/index.php
Orientation events for all international students
All international students must visit the International Student Advising when they arrive. Bring your passport and study permit to 1000A Corte Real (ISA Map). Our office is open Monday to Friday 9am-1:00pm, 2pm-5:00pm. New students are welcome to visit our office anytime we are open, however, you should allow for 30 minutes for your first visit.
Join our Discussion Group and discover what awaits in each building on the St. John's campus. Date and time to follow or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details. Location will be in the ISA Social Room, 1000H Corte Real (ISA Map).
A welcome event for new students will go as planned in early fall, 2015. Details to follow, or check back for updates or email ISA.
Ask for help from our volunteers
When you arrive, student volunteers will be at our office ready to assist you with the things you need to do. They will guide you around campus and to common stops for new students off campus.
Orientation for full-time Intensive English Program (ESL) students
All new ESL students must attend each day of orientation. For registration details for winter 2015 email email@example.com for more information.
Don't miss orientation. Orientation will give you guidance, help you settle in and give you the opportunity to make new friends.
Do you still have questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org