Online orientation and enrollment is your next step to join the Pioneer family. This year is a little different, but we are committed to providing you with the best virtual experience possible. Participation is required for enrollment, and the experience is asynchronous to provide you with the most flexible option possible. So register now, and boldly go!
All asynchronous virtual Orientation sessions will be held from now until Aug. 21
Do you have specific questions or concerns about your student signing up for new student orientation, class registration, or meeting with an academic advisor this fall? We’re here to answer them Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. Give us a call at a special line designated to help you at 940-898-3662. Want to drop by in person? Schedule a time to come to our office for help. You can do that by calling us at 940-898-3662.
Do you or a family member have a question and speak Spanish? We will have someone available to answer questions in Spanish every Monday from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. and every Thursday from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. You can reach them at 940-898-3662.
Hola, habla español y tiene preguntas? Alguien en nuestra oficina estará disponible para ayudar en español todos los Lunes de 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. y los Jueves de 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Contactenos al 940-898-3662.
All new First-Year students starting at TWU for the first time and transferring less than 12 hours (excluding dual credit) are required to attend orientation. Learn more about how orientation works and what you can expect.
Although Transfer Orientation is not required, we encourage you to take the next step in your Pioneer journey and learn more about TWU!
TWU recognizes the importance family and friends play during this time of transition, and we want you to be part of your student's journey! Learn more about opportunities to be involved by attending Family Orientation.
Maroon Madness is your ticket to meeting new people, finding new groups and hanging out with friends. It kick-offs off with Block Party for first-year residential and commuter students on the Saturday prior to the first day of classes in the fall. Block Party has games, prizes, music, food and more! In addition, local Denton businesses, restaurants and other community information help you plug into the Denton community.
After Block Party, Maroon Madness goes into high gear with activities and events planned for the whole campus for the first week. It usually includes OrgFest, Career Connections Open House, open recreational opportunities and more! Although this year may look a little different, you can be sure that FUN will be the priority of the week!
Page last updated 10:06 AM, August 10, 2020