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  • First-Year Student Orientation Dates
    • Tuesday, June 9 - Wednesday, June 10, 2015
    • Tuesday, June 15 - Wednesday, June 17, 2015
    • Tuesday, June 22 - Wednesday, June 23, 2015
    • Friday, July 31 - Saturday, August 1, 2015
    • Tuesday, August 4 - Wednesday, August 5, 2015
  • Transfer Orientation Dates 
    • Thursday, April 23, 2015 (evening)
    • Friday, June 12, 2015
    • Friday, June 26, 2015
  • Pioneer Camp Dates
    • Thursday, August 20 - Sunday, August 23, 2015
  • What is the Pioneer Portal?
  • What if I want to change my schedule?
    • During registration of classes, a student may make changes in their schedule by conferring with their adviser and making those changes through their portal account. This procedure is possible until the first day of classes for the semester.
  • What are Living Learning Communities? What do they encompass? 
    • Living Learning Communities (LLC) provide student learning opportunities outside the classroom that strengthen student intellect and personal growth. There are several LLCs to choose from. Those focusing on first time in college students are: Neighbors Educated Together (NET) offers first year students the opportunity to take classes with a group of students and live with one another for the first year. First Year Connections (FYC) are developed around special interest themes of wellness and leadership. Each involves an application and fee. $0 $0Students wishing to participate in one of the other LLC's may apply to live in the Arts Community, Health Professions Community, International Experience Community, or Honors Scholars Community. Descriptions for these Living Learning Communities can be found on the University Housing website.
  • What are the names of the residence halls and who do they service?
    • Guinn Hall- Co-ed residence hall with private bathrooms
    • Stark Hall - All female residence hall with private bathrooms 
    • Jones Hall- All female residence hall with community bathrooms 
    • Lowry Woods Community- Apartment style complex for family housing and some lowerclassmen 
    • TWU at Bent Tree and Lonestar- Apartment style living for upperclassmen  
  • Where are the dining facilities?
  • Where is DPS? 
    • The Department of Public Safety is located in the basement of Hubbard Hall across the street from the Admissions & Financial Aid building. For information about parking and purchasing a parking sticker please visit the DPS Parking website. 
  • What is the emergency number on campus?
    • You may dial X2911 from any campus phone to reach DPS or you may pick up the telephone at any blue light call box. 
  • Where do I get my student ID? 
    • Jones Hall 3rd floor at Food and ID Services, open Monday - Friday from 8am - 5pm
  • Where can I find an ATM? 
    • There are two ATM machines located in the Student Union. One is on the first floor next to the Post Office and the other is on the second floor next to the vending machines.
  • What academic support services are available?
  • What is UNIV 1231? 
    • University 1231 is a one-hour credit course and the final step of Orientation. Its purpose is to enhance a student's academic skills and abilities to succeed in college courses. 
  • What types of student organizations are on campus?
    • There are over 100 chartered and university sanctioned student organizations on campus. You can choose from departmental, special interest, religious, honorary, Greek letter organizations and sports clubs. Find out more about these and other great leadership activities. 
  • Where can I find a list of student organizations? 
    • A list of current student organizations can be picked up at the front desk of the Center for Student Development on the first floor of the Student Union or you may go onlineto the website.

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