As a midyear student, you will have many opportunities to get to know the university and integrate with the campus. Upon arrival on campus, you will be introduced to specially designated midyear mentors to assist in your transition to campus. Other activities to get to know the university will include Admitted Students Day, forming relationships with Roosevelt Fellows (upperclassmen who serve as peer academic advisers) and communicating with faculty.

Midyear Orientation, held when you arrive in January, is specifically designed with your needs and interests in mind. Prior to your first on-campus semester, you will receive contact information for your Orientation Leader so that you can begin asking questions and getting to know the university before you even arrive. During Orientation, you will have opportunities to directly engage with staff members, peer advisors and your classmates. Your Orientation Leader and the Department of Orientation staff are more than happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have.