Orientation and Transition Programs provides new Miami students with opportunities to learn about the campus community and to begin building connections to better prepare them for their experiences as undergraduate students. Student Orientation Undergraduate Leaders (SOULs) are the direct liaisons between Orientation and Transition Programs and new students and their family members.

During orientation programs, SOULs are the main representatives of the Miami student experience and are the connection point between the campus experience and the new student transition. SOULs facilitate small groups, hold individual consultations, facilitate orientation and welcome weekend programs, and present content pertaining to student life at Miami. SOULs are advised and mentored by two Orientation Student Coordinators, report to the Assistant Directors of Orientation and Transition Programs, and work closely the Director of Orientation and Transition Programs.

Please use the links listed below to learn more about the SOUL position:

Orientation and Transition Programs is committed to providing an accessible SOUL recruitment process. OTP works collaboratively with The Miller Center for Student Disability Services in coordinating accommodations to enable full participation in the SOUL recruitment and application experience. To request disability related accommodations please contact Alexis Roach, Assistant Director of Orientation and Transition Programs.