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Class of 2024 Hawk Herald #10 | Orientation and Transition Programs | Division of Student Life
July 1, 2020
In this issue: 
  • Finish the Orientation Canvas Course
  • Resources for Learning About Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism
  • Contact Orientation and Transition Programs
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Finish the Orientation Canvas Course by Thursday

The due date to complete the orientation Canvas course is tomorrow, Thursday, July 2. Please be sure to complete through Module 18 to complete the orientation process.

Next Steps

If you've completed the orientation Canvas course, your next step is to complete the first-year checklist. Then, on July 22, you will receive access to the required AlcoholEdu, Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates and, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion modules. These modules will become avaiable within the orientation Canvas course. Should you have any questions about your transition to Miami, contact Orientation and Transition Programs
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Resources for Learning About Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism

In issue #8 of the Hawk Herald, we shared an opportunity to connect with SOULs and staff in the Division of Student Life to have conversations regarding race, racism, and anti-racism. This week, are sharing some related resources with you. Advocate for Change is a website created by Miami to provide you with resources to learn, speak, and act on issues of racism. There are so many things you can do to get involved, so check it out! The Miami University Libraries have also developed a collection of resources about social justice and anti-racism. Explore the listing of books, podcasts, and advocacy resources available to you. We encourage you to engage with these materials this summer ahead of coming to campus in the fall. 
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Since You Asked

Since You Asked...

Each week, the Hawk Herald features a question asked by a member of the Class of 2024. A student leader will share their perspective on your question.
Q: What can I have in my residence hall room? What's provided?
A: So many of you have submitted questions about what's provided in residence hall rooms, and what you can bring. The best thing to do is to review Module 12 in the orientation Canvas course for what to bring and what to expect when living in a residence hall. You may also be intrested in the regulations for on-campus living, which includes information about residence hall policies.
- Halle Campbell, Class of 2021
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