Now that you are a few weeks into the beginning of your college life, you may feel a little more comfortable in your new community. Or maybe not. Or—and this is most likely—somewhere in between. Even if you have found those handful of reliable people to venture into the dining hall with, you might still Continue Reading »
You’ve made it! After a long summer of anticipating moving to campus, you’re finally and officially here. It’s great to see you! We hope Orientation helped you make some new connections and piqued your interest in how to get involved on campus. If your head is still spinning with all of the new faces Continue Reading »
As the summer starts to wind down, we took some time last week to celebrate our wonderful Orientation staff at our annual banquet. Comprised of 31 Orientation Leaders and 4 Senior Staff members, this group of students dedicated themselves to providing incoming students and their families with a warm welcome and seamless transition into the Continue Reading »
Orientation Leaders are used to being asked all kinds of questions. “How often do you talk to your family?” “Where do I find a winter coat for my California son?” “What do you do for fun on the weekends?” As the summer starts to wind down for OLs, we decided to ask them for the Continue Reading »
We’ve captured some great shots of our Orientation Leaders on the job. Check it out!
Orientation season is in full swing here at Northeastern! If you’re getting ready to head to campus for Orientation in the next few weeks, you might be wondering what you’re in for. We’ve put together some tips that will help you make the most of your time. 1) Be Yourself. The bad news is you don’t Continue Reading »
Hello readers of the blogosphere! My name is Abby and I am a second year behavioral neuroscience major here at Northeastern University. I also happen to be an orientation leader (OL) this summer! We get asked about our job fairly often, so we decided to give you an insider look at what we do on Continue Reading »
Whew! You made it. Getting into college these days is no easy feat. It requires academic success, a well-rounded extracurricular life, and that certain something your school of choice is looking for. But it also requires endurance. The college admissions process is not a sprint, it’s a marathon, and one you probably started years and Continue Reading »