First Quest session starts June 14, new students can sign up today
Radford University will introduce thousands of new freshmen and transfer students to campus this summer during Quest, the university’s orientation program.
Students who have not yet signed up for Quest can do so easily on the program’s website.
Approximately 1,900 freshmen and 700 transfer students are expected to participate in the exciting program that highlights the Highlander community, including its state-of-the-art facilities, talented faculty, devoted staff and nationally-renowned colleges and curriculum.
Students will also mingle with one another through fun and engaging activities, register for classes and receive their campus ID cards that gain them access to the university’s recreation center, dining halls and other campus amenities.
Quest is offered each summer through either a one- or two-day format. Summer 2018 sessions officially begin Thursday, June 14, with a two-day freshmen orientation.
There will be a total of 11 Quest sessions that run through the end of July.
To learn more about Quest and how to become involved, the Office of New Student and Family Programs (NSFP) invites all university faculty and staff for a Quest 2018 briefing on June 8 at 1:30 p.m. in the Bonnie Auditorium. NSFP will introduce Quest staff, share copies of Quest publications and answer questions.
"We are so excited to welcome new students to the Highlander family," said Joel Hanlon, interim director of NSFP. "We have a really strong group, including our amazing Quest Assistants, that has been working hard preparing for the arrival of our new students."