Meet other master's and doctoral students, get acclimated to our campus, and get quick answers to your questions before the first day of class at our orientation for graduate students event.
Whether you're returning to college after a long absence or coming right out of your undergraduate career, our orientation for master's and doctoral students is designed to ensure you're prepared on day one of your program.
While most academic departments will offer you an orientation specific to your program, orientation is a welcoming program for all graduate students and an opportunity to meet the D'Youville community. You'll learn about the technology and resources available to you here and get fast answers to questions about topics like billing and your student account.
What You Will Learn and Do
- Tour the campus and learn about our centrally-located student centers.
- Learn about what it means to be a Spartan and how to get involved beyond the classroom
- Pick up your ID card
- Hear from D'Youville staff who will cover such practical matters as
- parking and getting around campus
- accessing library and information services
- financing your education, including payment plans
Graduate Orientation Events
How to Register
You'll receive an invitation to attend via e-mail and print mail, starting in early May. This invitation will have all the information you'll need to know on how to register for your orientation session. Watch for your invitation, then reserve your spot right away.
Call us at 716-829-7600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you require special accommodations or information on accessible entrances and pathways, let us know by calling 716-829-7600.
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