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New Student Orientation


LETU Orientation is a crucial first step into life as a college student. We know this change can be stressful, and we're here to help.

Orientation allows new students to connect with future classmates, learn about the resources available at LETU, and learn the ins and outs of what it's really like to be a LeTourneau student.

  • New Student Orientation
  • International Student Orientation
  • Volunteer For NSO
  • Purpose

NSO FALL 2019: August 22-25

Fall Schedule

What to Bring

NSO SPRING 2020: January 10-12

 

 

For Questions:

Steve Conn

Dean of Students
SteveConn@letu.edu
903-233-4431

We recognize coming to a new country can be an even bigger challenge than coming to a new school. That's why we have International Student Orientation (ISO).

Connect with other international students, meet our support staff, and get prepared for your new semester!

 

For Questions:

Rebecca Haesecke

Director of Intercultural
Engagement and Development
RebeccaHaesecke@letu.edu
903-233-3172

Application Instructions:

  1. Download this application. Print and return it to the Student Life Office or fill out electronically and e-mail it to steveconn@letu.edu
  2. We'll contact you to set up an interview time
  3. Interview with an NSO Cabinet member
  4. Help us bring in next year's freshmen class!

PURPOSE OF ORIENTATION

 

CONFIDENCE

We want you to feel confident in your decision to come to LeTourneau. We have a place for you, and we are glad you are here.

We want the orientation experience to affirm for you that LeTourneau is going to support you in a healthy, Christian environment that challenges your whole person.


COMPETENCE

Life at LeTourneau isn't the same thing as high school. In fact, it isn't quite the same as life at any other university, either.

If you want to make the most of your experience, it's best to know everything that makes LeTourneau unique, everything that's expected of you and all the resources at your disposal.

We want to make sure that when classes start you are prepared and you know where to go and who to talk to whenever you need something.


CONNECTIONS

Building relationships is one of the most important keys to success in college, and that can mean a lot of different things.

Forming relationships with your professors, campus employers and student affairs personnel are all things that help students become a real part of LeTourneau. Making friends with other students on your floor, making friends with your RA, or meeting your residence director count too.

At orientation we want to provide time and opportunities for you to build relationships and begin the process of forging new friendships.

FAQ's

When should I arrive?

See schedule for suggested arrival times. We are happy to receive you at any time on the first day

When do parents typically leave?

We ask that all parents leave by Saturday at noon, but many parents leave earlier or whenever they feel comfortable

Do commuters come to NSO?

 We ask that commuters please attend check-in to receive ID's and clear any account holds. You are encouraged to attend the rest of the weekend as you are able.


NSO SCHEDULE

NSO Contact:
Steve Conn
Director of Student Programs 
SteveConn@letu.edu
(903)-233-4431