Undergraduate Orientation

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Welcome to Marymount University! The university provides orientation programs for new undergraduate first-year and transfer students as well as parents and families. Each program is intentionally designed to achieve specific goals for the unique population. Students who participate in New Student Orientation will:

  1. Develop a meaningful connection with the campus community and understand their unique role and place at the university by building connections with other students, faculty, and staff.
  2. Articulate and affirm alignment between their personal values and the mission of Marymount through a better understanding of the University’s history, core values, and student expectations.
  3. Demonstrate the value they place on service, inclusion, and diversity.
  4. Identify campus services and resources that support student engagement, retention, and success.


Registration for January New Student Orientation is Now Open!

Students joining the Marymount community in January 2023 will be able to attend New Student Orientation on January 12th in the Reinsch Library. Check-In, Lunch, Campus Tours, and our Resource Fair will take place from 12pm – 1:30 with the first session beginning at 1:30pm in the auditorium. Please email mlogsdon@marymount.edu with any questions or concerns.

Register Here for New Student Orientation – January 12th

Register Here for Undergraduate International Student Orientation 

Register for Graduate International Student Orientation



Summer 2023 Orientation Information


Please mark your calendars now! We are excited to announce that our summer 2023 New Student and Family Orientation programs will be held in June.

First-Year Students: There will be 2 day and a half long first-year orientation sessions: June 20-21,  and June 23-24. Parents and families are encourage to attend (2 per student). Students are expected to stay in university housing overnight which provides the student with the opportunity to experience Marymount’s residential living and learning environment before moving in in the fall. Overnight housing for parents and guests is not provided on campus; the university will be working with a local hotel to secure a block of reasonably priced hotels which will be available beginning in May.