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The Summer Orientation program consists of parallel programs for new students and their parents. The orientation program includes faculty advising for class registration, discussions on residential living, and sessions on various other adjustment concerns. Parents meet in groups with college administrators and faculty to share concerns, discuss services available to both students and parents, and participate in question-and-answer sessions. Students participate in a variety of informational and social activities designed to help them become more familiar with college life and the unique traditions and opportunities at Juniata. Recreational opportunities are also a part of the Summer Orientation program.
Prior to the first day of classes, new students consult with advisors, confirm their course registration, meet with Residence Staff, and participate in planned college activities to inaugurate the new academic year.
The College also provides special orientation programs specifically designed for the following distinct student groups: visiting high school students, and international students.