Register for Orientation
All of our orientation sessions are complete. Students needing to remove an orientation hold on their MyMav account will need to complete the online orientation program. To complete the online orientation program and have your orientation hold removed, please complete the following steps:
1.) Register for the online orientation program by clicking on the link below:
2.) Complete the online orientation program.
3.) Send an email to the New Maverick Orientation Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) including your NetID and Student ID number, letting us know you have completed steps 1 & 2.
NOTE: You will need an activated NetID and password to register for orientation. You should have received your NetID and password from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. If you have not received your NetID and password or have not yet activated your NetID, visit the Office of Information Technology Self-Service Website.
Once you have emailed the orientation office informing us that you have registered for AND completed the entire online orientation program, your orientation hold will be removed. Holds are only removed during normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.) between January 21 and January 23, 2014. After completing the online orientation, please provide the Orientation Office some time to remove your hold. Check your MyMav account regularly, and if your orientation hold is not removed within 24 hours, contact the Orientation Office at (817) 272-3213 or email@example.com.
The same fees apply to online orientation that exist for our on-campus orientation sessions. These fees are added to your student account when you register for orientation and paid along with your tuition. All fees are non-refundable.
You must also meet with an academic advisor before you may register for your classes. Please contact the University Advising Center at 817-272-3140 or visit University College located on the first floor of Ransom Hall to schedule an appointment or learn more about walk-in hours.
Students with disabilities can find assistive technology, alternative media, and other accommodations for learning.