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Class of 2024 Hawk Herald #11 | Orientation and Transition Programs | Division of Student Life
July 8, 2020
In this issue: 
  • Fall Course Schedule Adjustments
  • Get Involved at Miami
  • Since You Asked: Financial Questions
  • Contact Orientation and Transition Programs
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Take the Orientation Experience Survey

We hope that you had a positive orientation experience and that you have become more Confident, Comfortable, Connected, and Curious about your time at Miami. As we plan for you to be on campus soon, and as we plan for the future, we would appreciate your feedback via the summer orientation survey. You should take the orientation experience survey only after registering for classes; if you already took the survey using the link in Canvas, you do not need to do so again. Survey participants will be entered to win one of two $50 gift cards to the Miami University Campus Stores. The survey is available until July 20.
Take the Orientation Experience Survey »

Fall Course Schedule Adjustments

Are you intersted in making adjustments to your fall academic schedule? If so, Bannerweb will open to first-year students ONLY for schedule adjustments on July 13 from 9am - 7pm and is open to all students ffrom 7:30pm on July 13 to 4:00pm on July 14. Additionally, open registration for all students continues at 8:30 am on July 21 and will continue through the beginning of the semester. Should you have questions about making changes to your schedule, contact your academic college: 
  • College of Arts & Science: 513-529-3031
  • College of Creative Arts: 513-529-6010
  • College of Education, Health and Society: 513-529-6317
  • College of Engineering & Computing: 5130-529-0700
  • Farmer School of Business: 513-529-3631
  • Nursing: 513-529-0298
Access Bannerweb »

Get Involved at Miami

With hundreds of student organizations, service opportunities, and campus jobs, there are countless ways for you to get involved on campus.

    Explore the HUB

    The HUB is the primary resource for you to explore student organizations, learn about campus events, and track your involvement on campus. Corq is the app for the HUB. Corq allows you to quickly see the list of student organizations and campus events on the go. The HUB and Corq are available to you now, and they are great tools for exploring the organizations you might be interested in joining this fall.
    Explore the HUB »

    Review Campus Resources on the Orientation Canvas Course

    The orientation Canvas course continues to be a resource for you. As you prepare to come to campus, you might be interested in reviewing module 4, which includes information about campus resources and campus life, including information about fraternity and sorority life, education abroad, club sports, undergraduate research, and much more.
    Review Module 4 »

    Find a Campus Job

    Are you interested in working on campus? Working on campus will not only provide income, it will foster responsibility, encourage you to budget your time wisely, and offer opportunities for learning and skill development. Plus, you'll have the opportunity to work in a convenient campus location, and become better acquainted with faculty and staff. Many campus employers have already posted their job listings on the student employment website. 
    Find a Campus Job »
    Since You Asked

    Since You Asked...

    Each week, the Hawk Herald features a question asked by a member of the Class of 2024. Halle Campbell, a Miami senior, will share her perspective with you.
    Q: Is there someone we can talk with about our Miami financial questions?
    A: Yes! The best place to connect with for financial questions is the One Stop, which is Miami’s office for financial aid, tuition, billing, and student records. The One Stop website features important information about dates and deadlines, common forms, and managing your financial aid. You can talk with the One Stop staff about your individual account by calling 513-529-0001 or emailing OneStop@MiamiOH.edu. When you're on campus, you can find the One Stop in the Campus Avenue Building, located at the corner of Campus Avenue and Spring Street.
    You may be inetrested in the upcoming webinar hosted by the One Stop and Parent and Family Programs entitled Understanding & Paying the Tuition Bill. The webinar will take place on Friday, July 22 at 11:00am Eastern. More information about the webinar can be found on the Parent and Family Programs website.
    - H.
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