- Orientation Mission
- Summer Orientation
- Transfer Student Orientation
- Fall Welcome Weekend
- Medical Requirements
- Hotel Information
- What To See & Do
- Campus Maps & Directions
Marywood University is excited to welcome you!
Orientation programs are required of all incoming first-year students enrolling at Marywood. The university holds a two part program.
Summer Orientation is a two day overnight program that is held for all first year students (regardless of residency) in July. We offer a full two day schedule of events for both incoming students an any family members or guests. Students will receive their academic schedules, financial aid forms, and other important information during this weekend.
Fall Welcome is the second portion of our orientation program. All first-year students will arrive the weekend prior to the start of classes to participate. Residential students will move into their assigned rooms, students will receive their identification cards, and become more acclimated with their new collegiate setting.
Before You Arrive
Where to Stay - Whether you will be a resident or commuter in the fall, students should plan to stay on campus overnight on July 15. Family and guests check out friendly hotel options in the area.
Medical & Health Insurance Requirements - An overview of the medical and insurance requirements needed for Resident and Commuter students attending Marywood.
Work Study Employment Opportunities - Work Study opportunities have been posted. Take a look and see what's available!
Other Orientation Programs
Fall Welcome - The continuation of our New Student Orientation. This 3-day program combines various elements of student life, including residence life, extra-curricular activities and social programming, community service and involvement, and awareness to issues facing college students, such as alcohol awareness and sexual assault.
"Transition Program" - The "Transitions Program" is the perfect time for transfer students to become acquainted with the University, meet new and current students, faculty, and staff. During the program you'll learn about all the other opportunities available as a Marywood University student.