Congratulations on joining the Saint Joe Indy family! Although you'll be part of a small cohort in this program, you will attend New Student Orientation with all of our Marian University students so you can build connections and become more familiar with our combined campus community.
Beginning your college journey is a huge step and can sometimes be a nerve-racking transition. Through New Student Orientation, we've got you covered. Not only will we help you feel more comfortable, connected, and at home on campus, but we'll also be here to make sure you complete all required steps for enrollment so you're ready to hit the ground running when you return for the start of classes.
Registration for our summer New Student Orientation programs is now open. To register, please click here. You will be able to find New Student Orientation on the Events page. After you have registered for New Student Orientation, it will appear under My Events on the main page.
Saint Joe Indy students are encouraged to attend one of the New Student Orientation program in May or June. This is recommended because we prefer you attend orientation before you begin Marian Academy, a summer bridge program that Saint Joe Indy students participate in.
If you're not available for our May or June programs, you're welcome to register for one of our other summer New Student Orientation programs. Visit our schedule page for more specific details on what to expect at a two-day program. All incoming students are required to participate in a New Student Orientation program this summer.
New Student Orientation will take place on the following dates:
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