Mid-Year Orientation

Get ready for the Spring semester and beyond!

Congratulations on your acceptance as a Scot! We’re so excited to welcome you and we can’t wait to see the fantastic things you’ll achieve during your years at Monmouth.

Your experience begins in January with Orientation. During this time, you will be introduced to our academic requirements and the many available opportunities to enhance your college experience. You’ll also learn more about our policies, resources and values, as well as your residential college’s tradition, culture and community.

One of the greatest strengths of our new student programs is that there are upperclassmen around to provide insight, perspective and planning throughout Orientation. The Orientation Leaders help describe social life and will be able to answer a variety of questions you may have.

In addition to the Orientation schedule below, we have so much more to offer than described here, so please don’t hesitate to reach us at succeed@monmouthcollege.edu if you have any questions.

Residential Student Move-in-January 14. For more information, contact the Residence Life and Housing Office.

 New Student Orientation Schedule

January 15, 2024

New International Student Orientation
Hewes Library, Instructional Classroom, Room, 124, Main Level
International Student Orientation is an opportunity for new students to learn about Monmouth College and the community. We will discuss acclimation to campus life and culture including learning about immigration requirements, preparing for the academic year, and making connections with other students.

New Student Orientation-For All Students
Hewes Library, Instructional Classroom, Room, 124, Main Level
Getting You Set Up for Success
Join us as we discuss how to navigate campus life. This interactive presentation will answer your questions on how to be successful as you plan towards your degree, prepare for course registration and utilize all support services.

Where Do I Go for What?
Join our Orientation Leaders as you find out where your classes are located, where on campus you can eat and print and where the Commuter Lounge is located, just to name a few.