Orientation for Incoming Neuroscience Students
Orientation is an important event for all incoming Virginia Tech students. During orientation, you will learn about the student support services, work on your schedule; meet your advisor and other staff member, and more.
- First-year students must register to attend Orientation.
- Prior to orientation, you will be contacted to complete an orientation packet.
- So make sure you check your vt.edu email account!
|For Transfer Students
Transfer students must register to attend an Orientation day to work with an advisor on their schedules for Fall. Students will receive emails from an advisor prior to Orientation.
|Friday, July 12th
Friday, July 19th
Friday, July 26th
Friday, August 2nd
|For First-Year (Freshman) Students||July 8-12th (Week 1)
July 15-19th (Week 2)
July 22-26th (Week 3)
July 29-August 2nd (Week 4)
|Make-Up Orientation Day||TBA|
|International Orientation Day||TBA|
Spring Orientation is designed for students entering in Spring semester. For more information, visit: https://students.vt.edu/transition/Sign_Up_for_Orientation.html
Questions and Answers
If you have any questions you may find this section very helpful
A: If you received credits through AP/IB/Dual Enrollment, you may not have to take these courses at Virginia Tech. To help determine the best schedule for you, we need to know what credits you are receiving so we don’t schedule you in the same courses. Students are urged to bring an unofficial copy of their AP, IB, or Dual Enrollment transcript or scores. These scores will help advisors recommend a set of courses best fit for the students.
A: You are expected to send the official documents (transcripts and/or AP/IB scores) to the Registrar’s Office. Instructions can be found at http://registrar.vt.edu/registration-multi-brief/ap-ib-clep-credit.html. For orientation purpose, we don’t need the official version.
A: Yes, you can change it when add/drop period opens (around mid-August). You must consult with an advisor because if you drop a class that you need, you may not be able to re-enroll due to space limitation. So don’t change your schedule until you discuss with an advisor.
A: If you cannot attend any orientation sessions, please contact email@example.com to alert an advisor. You will be able to work with an advisor to schedule courses for the Fall semester. The College of Science will hold a make-up orientation on August 16th, 2018. Check back for more information.