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and their guests will be introduced to all aspects of campus life. During
morning rotations, students and their guests will attend sessions together and
after lunch, students and guests will attend sessions specifically for each
audience. Students will register for
classes and get their official Capital ID.
you registered for your summer date, you will receive a confirmation email to
the email address you provided. This
email will explain all of the next steps and things for you to do to prepare
for your Summer Orientation date. Please
hold on to this email! If you haven't
received a confirmation or don't know if we received your registration, please
email the Office of Student and Community Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that orientation dates are limited to a
total of 130 students and their guests and are filled on a first come, first
required forms you have not yet sent in. It will be helpful to bring a
pen and paper or an electronic device (we will have free Wi-Fi guest log in
available) to take notes throughout the day.
students will complete the language assessment to ensure proper placement into
the correct language course. If at all
possible, we encourage students to take the language placement before arriving
for Summer Orientation. If not possible,
please arrive for your Summer Orientation at 8 a.m. to take the placement
before the day’s activities begin.
We are excited to welcome you and two guests to our Summer Orientation
experience. If you need to bring more
than two guests, please contact us at email@example.com for assistance.
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