Orientation Week is a valuable time for students to get acclimated to the campus and learn about their resources and meet fellow students and academic staff. During this week, students who need to take a placement test for English and Math will be able to do so. At the end of the week, students in high school and college will register for classes. Students in ESL will register the following week. You will also learn how to get a bus pass, open a bank account, pay your tuition and housing costs, and learn about medical insurance.
Winter Quarter 2020 (December 30-31 and January 2-3)
New Student Orientation
Please bring with you all of these items:
- Local U.S. Address
- Transcript (Highschool students only)
Fall Quarter 2019 (December 30-31)
Parent and Agent Orientation
All interested agents and parents must register for this orientation.
Children on Campus:
- Children under the age of sixteen must be accompanied by a parent at all times during the entirety of the Agent and Parent Orientation.
- Due to campus policy, children under the age of sixteen may not join the optional community tour.
English Placement Test
The English Placement test will be on Reading Skills, Sentence Meaning, Language Use, and Writing Skills (Essay). For a sample test, please review starting on page 15 of the LOEP Prep.
Math Placement Test
The Math Placement test will be on Arithmetic and Elementary Algebra, Algebraic Operations, Solutions of Equations and Inequalities, Coordinate Geometry, Applications and other Algebra Topics, Functions, Trigonometry.
Your advisors and staff will help you register for classes during Orientation Week. Each new student will also meet with an advisor during the first few weeks of classes to talk about their academic plan.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 425.640.1518