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SOUL Application Now Available!

The 2022 SOUL application is now available! Information about what is included in the application can be found on the Orientation and Transition Programs website, along with the full position description and hiring timeline.
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Information Sessions

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our first info session! If you weren’t able to attend, we have three more info sessions coming up:
  • Saturday, October 23, 2021 at 1:00 pm in McGuffey Hall, room 124
  • Tuesday, October 26, 2021 at 10:00 am in Shideler Hall, room 009
  • Thursday, November 18, 2021 at 5:30 pm in Benton Hall, room 115
We hope to see you at an upcoming info session, and encourage you to bring friends! Information sessions are a space for you to learn more about what it means to be a SOUL, how the application process works, and to meet members of the Orientation and Transition Programs team. If you can’t attend any of these sessions, we will have a video recording of it available during the first week of November so you can get all of the information you need.
Orientation and Transition Programs is committed to providing an accessible SOUL recruitment process. OTP works collaboratively with The Miller Center for Student Disability Services in coordinating accommodations to enable full participation in the SOUL recruitment and application experience. To request disability related accommodations please contact Alexis Roach ( at least 3 days prior to your desired information session date to ensure a smooth experience.
Elle Boyle

Meet the Orientation Student Coordinators

Elle Boyle

Hi, everyone! I’m Elle Boyle (she/her) and I’m a second-year accounting major from Lewis Center, OH. On campus, I’m involved in the social sorority Chi Omega, the Accounting Association, Miami Management and Leadership, am a first-year experience Undergraduate Associate, and I was a 2021 SOUL. The most important thing I learned from the SOUL experience is that you don’t have to be the loudest voice in the room to be a leader - you just have to be yourself and encourage others to do the same. 
Emily Brace

Emily Brace

Hi! I’m Emily Brace (she/her) and I’m a second-year Secondary English Education major from Westerville, OH. On campus, I’m involved in the social sorority Alpha Delta Pi, EHS Ambassadors, and I’m an Admission tour guide. I am also an Undergraduate Associate for a first-year experience course and an introduction to education course, and I was a 2021 SOUL! The most important thing I learned from the SOUL experience was the value of teamwork and collaborating with a team to form the best possible experience for new students.
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