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Sign up for Orientation

First, register online.

Sign up for Orientation online beginning in March. You’ll need your
10-digit student identification number to enter the reservation system.

Then, print your confirmation.
You will know your reservation has been finalized when you receive the
online confirmation message. Print this message for your records and

bring it to your Orientation.

New Student Induction Day

All students new to IU Southeast are expected to attend New Student
Induction Day, so mark your calendar for Friday, Aug. 22, 2014!
You can register for the program at

During the day you will:

1. Participate in the New Student Induction Ceremony.
2. Meet other new students, current students, faculty, and staff.

4201 Grant Line Road, New Albany, IN 47150

3. Explore involvement opportunities.
4. Locate your classrooms, tour campus, purchase textbooks, and more!

(812) 941-2316

Parents and spouses are welcome to attend as a guest.

Office of Campus Life

If you require special accommodations or would like more information
please call Campus Life at (812) 941-2316.
(812) 941-2316
Welcome New Student Before Attending Orientation Family Program
We are so pleased to welcome you to our Grenadier family. The next 1. Take your placement tests We offer a separate program for parents and family members
step in your transition to college is signing up for Orientation. Orientation All new students are required to take English and math placement preparing to send their students to college. This day-long program runs
is a day-long event designed to educate you and your family about the tests. Students who studied a modern language in high school concurrently with the student Orientation. Family members will have
opportunities available at IU Southeast. are encouraged to take the modern language test. A preferred an opportunity to learn more about IU Southeast and the resources we
deadline to complete your placement tests is one week prior to offer students, as well as ways they can help their students succeed in
your Orientation. Visit the Student Development Center’s webpage college. Students need to indicate in the Orientation online reservation for scheduling, parking, and testing details. system that they plan to bring a family member. Due to space
limitations, we request a maximum of two family members per student.
2. Create an IU Computing Account
You can create your account by going online to
You will need your 10-digit university identification number, which
is listed on the acceptance letter you received from the Office of New Student Enrollment Fee
All degree-seeking first-year and transfer students are required to pay
3. Get your UCard the mandatory New Student Enrollment Fee (subject to change). The
Get your University I.D. (UCard) on the same day you take your fee helps to support all new student programs, including Orientation.
placement tests. Visit the Office of the Bursar in University Center The fee will be charged directly to your student billing account after
South, Room 103. you enroll in classes and is non-refundable.

4. Report dual credit earned

You must attend Orientation before registering for classes.

Students who earned dual credit in high school are required to
report these courses and submit official college transcripts to the Changing Your Reservation
IU Southeast Office of Admission. This information is useful when
Participation in Orientation is critical. You will receive information about advising students on appropriate courses for the first semester, so Please contact the office of Campus Life at (812) 941-2316 to make any
your program of study, academic advising, financial aid and billing, please indicate any dual credit earned during high school at your adjustment to your Orientation reservation. If you do not attend your
campus resources, and college success for first-year students. During your Orientation. Orientation, please contact us immediately to reschedule, as space for
Orientation, you will meet current students, faculty, and staff; meet with each Orientation is limited.
an academic advisor; register for fall classes; reserve your parking permit; 5. Grant third-party access to a parent or spouse
and get your questions answered. Third-party access is helpful if someone needs access to your
grades, course schedule, and/or financial aid information. Students
Read this invitation carefully, share it with your family, and then follow the can designate a family member as an authorized payer, granting
steps as outlined to ensure a smooth transition to college. them access to the student’s bursar bill and account information.

Contact the office of Campus Life at (812) 941-2316, or, Visit the University Information Technology Services site,
if you have any questions. to assign third-party access to a parent or other
family member.