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What to Bring

This is not a formal occasion by any means, so comfortable clothes and shoes are a must.  Some other things you may want to bring are: a ball-point pen and pencil, a raincoat or umbrella, hangers, personal items, a blanket and small fan.  The last two are optional; days may be hot, evenings cool, and the residence halls we are using for students are not climate controlled, whereas the parent buildings are. Linens, towels and pillows will be provided during your stay. An alarm clock is a must. Sorry, but pets aren't invited to Orientation.

If you have taken any courses for which you have received college credit (e.g. dual-enrollment) please be sure to bring your transcripts. In addition, if you haven't already mailed it, please bring your completed Health Record form you received in your admissions packet.

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