Organizers have posted the online registration form for Head Start. New students have started receiving their admissions packages with directions to sign up for the orientation program, says Beth Oakley, director of the Student Success Centre, which should spark more inquiries about the transition to university.
“Members of the campus community should be ready to receive questions from new admits as they begin to register for their courses,” she says.
Head Start 2016 will welcome new students by academic program:
- May 27, 28 or 30—Business, Engineering, Nursing and Science;
- June 3, 4 or 6—Human Kinetics and Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
It offers opportunities to connect with classmates, meet faculty advisors, learn about student aid and campus support services, tour the grounds, enjoy a complimentary lunch, get quick timetabling tips, take an ID card photo and buy a parking pass. Learn more on the Head Start website.