Loyola's New Student Orientation for freshmen students is a mandatory two-day, overnight program that is comprised of sessions to introduce you to what life is like at Loyola. During Orientation, you will learn about the many programs and services that are available to you as a Loyola student, meet with an academic advisor, and register for your Fall semester courses.
Orientation Leaders, who are upper-class students, will share their Loyola Experience with you, answer your questions, and do their best to ensure your smooth transition into the Loyola community!
Have an Orientation question? Check out some Orientation FAQs!
Freshman New Student Orientation Dates
|2016 Freshmen Orientation Dates|
*Engineering students must attend either the June 23–24, July 11–12, or August 24-25 Orientations.
*Honors students must attend the July 11–12 Orientation.
*International students must attend the August 24-25 Orientation.
Orientation spots are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis so register as soon as possible. If you are unable to attend any of the listed dates, please contact the Office of First-Year Experience.
Registration for Orientation will be available beginning early May, and students will register through their Application Status Page. When registration opens, students will be notified to register for their preferred program dates. It is important to note that space is limited and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Online registration requires a list of all family members attending.
First Day of Fall Classes
August 29, 2016