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    Class of 2026 Summer Orientation Session to Begin

    Two-day summer orientation sessions for the more than 1,000 members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2026, and their parents and guardians will be held on June 21-22, 23-24, 27-28 and June 30-July 1. From left: student orientation team leaders David Reese, Kathryn Olafson and Margaret Swiderski are ready to join with student orientation assistants, University administrators, faculty and staff to help acquaint the incoming students and their families to Scranton.
    June 16, 2022

    Summer orientation sessions for students, parents and guardians of The University of Scranton’s class of 2026 will begin next week. The University will conduct four two-day sessions for the 1,000-plus members of its incoming class and their parents on June 21-22, 23-24, 27-28 and June 30-July 1.

    Scranton’s summer orientation is designed to introduce new students and their families to the University’s procedures, facilities and support services, and to provide them with the opportunity to meet with faculty, administrators and staff, as well as each other.

    Student orientation team leaders Kathryn Olafson ’24 from Malvern, a secondary education –citizenship/history major and member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program; David Reese ’24 from Lebanon, New Jersey, a computer science major; and Margaret Swiderski ’23 from Farmingville, New York, a biology major, will join with University administrators, staff, faculty and nearly 60 student orientation assistants to help acquaint members of the incoming class to Scranton.

    Sessions for students include information about academic life, the successful transition to college, Scranton’s inclusive community, campus life and mission and ministry, as well as smaller sessions for students to get to know each. Sessions for parents include information about academics, financial aid services, career development, mission and ministry, campus life and strategies for success. The University will also display a tribute to the class of 2026 on its four-story, Class of 2020 Gateway lighted sign on the evenings of orientation.

    Fall welcome weekend for incoming students is set for Saturday and Sunday, August 27 and 28. Classes for the University’s fall semester will begin on campus on Monday, August 29.

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