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Summer Orientation

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  • JRWriterJRWriter Registered User Posts: 205 Junior Member
    if you want the truth about certain greek like things and all the answers (instead of what the website says) im sure you can ask greenville or myself anything
  • tactics22tactics22 Registered User Posts: 147 Junior Member
    My daughter found it helpful to plan her class schedule a few days ahead of orientation. She was able to take her time to look at class locations, professor ratings, available seats, alternative classes, etc. As a result, the actual registration went very quickly and smoothly for her.

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  • greenvillegreenville Registered User Posts: 300 Junior Member
    Tactics,
    My son did the same preplanning as your daughter before his freshman orientation and found it helpful. One thing that sometimes gets overlooked in scheduling is the walking time it takes to get from one class to another, since classes can be very far apart. For engineering and computer science classes, it's quite a hike down to the Swearingen building.
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