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Freshman NSO FAQs

How long is NSO for Freshmen?

There are two different types of summer programs offered for freshmen: One-Day and Overnight.

OPTION 1: (One-Day Session) 8:00 A.M. – 3:30 P.M.

  • April 22, Admitted Students Day
  • June 7, (placement testing, academic advising, lunch and tour)
  • June 21, (placement testing, academic advising, lunch and tour)
  • July 19 (placement testing, academic advising, lunch and tour)
  • August 2 (placement testing, academic advising, lunch and tour)
  • August 9 (placement testing, academic advising, lunch and tour)
  • August 16 (placement testing, academic advising, lunch and tour)

OPTION 2: (Overnight Session) Sunday at 12:00 P.M. – Tuesday at 4:00 P.M.

  • June 11-13, (a three day, two-night program)
  • July 9-11, (a three day, two-night program)
  • July 23-25 (a three day, two-night program)
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What is the difference between the One-Day and Overnight sessions?

Depending on the student’s preference and availability, both options allow the student to take a placement test and register for classes; however, the additional activities vary.

In addition to testing and advising, incoming freshmen attending the one-day sessions include a tour with lunch and a campus resource fair. This session style is ideal for non-traditional students, students with full-time jobs, students traveling over the summer, and students with scheduling conflicts.

In addition to testing and advising, incoming freshmen attending the overnight session will spend two nights in the residence halls, connect with new friends and discover all of the departments on campus. Activities and entertainment include team-building exercises, an organizational fair, a step show and a stage play. Students will also meet academic deans, advisors and other students in their major.

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