August Orientation - Relocation Students

The Office of Orientation and Transition Programs is eager to welcome students who are relocating to the Oxford campus from one of Miami's regional campuses. To help you become acquainted with your new community, we invite you to participate in the August Relocation Orientation Program on Thursday, August 16, 2018 from 12:30-4:30pm at Kreger Hall, Room 319 (Oxford campus).

  • 1-2:30pm: Meet other new relocation students, learn about parking & transportation, safety, housing and meals, commuter student resources, ID cards, and community expectations, and resources for academic and co-curricular success
  • 2:30-3:30pm: Campus Tour - find the location of your spring semester classes, as well as important campus resources such as King Library, the Rec Center, and the Student Health Service. If you do not need a campus tour, please join us in Kreger Hall, Room 319 at 1pm (arrive a few minutes early for check in).
  • 3:30-3:45pm: Tour concludes at Campus Avenue Building (CAB); learn about Oxford's One Stop (Bursar, Registrar, Financial Aid) Office and Student Success Center
  • 3:45-4:30pm: Additional questions, time to get your ID, meet with One Stop staff, get your parking pass, etc. (if needed). If you do not need to utilize this time, your orientation will conclude at 3:30pm.

Register for August Relocation Orientation

Please note: if you register after Monday, August 13 at 3:30pm, we may not have a printed nametag for you at the program.  You should still complete the form and plan to attend your selected session; we'll just make a handwritten nametag for you when you arrive.  

At relocation orientation, you will:

  • Meet other new relocation students, as well as current student leaders
  • Take a campus tour, and identify the buildings where your classes will be held
  • Discover campus resources for academic and co-curricular success
  • Learn about resources that will help you navigate and do business on campus, such as parking and bill payment
  • Talk with Oxford staff about any questions you have

Childcare will not be provided, but students who have children are welcome to bring them along; each student may bring up to two family members or guests. If you would like to eat before or after the program, the Armstrong Student Center, with several dining options, is next door to Kreger Hall, where much of relocation orientation will be held.

There is no fee for relocation orientation, though you should bring money if you wish to eat on campus before or after the program (dining locations at the Armstrong Student Center accept cash or credit). If you have additional questions please contact the Office of Orientation and Transition Programs at 513-529-9771 or email