Office of New Student and Family Programs News

Class of 2018 Orientation Sessions Kick Off Next Week

Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek (third from left) and Assistant Vice Chancellor Melissa Shivers (second from right) pose with orientation leaders during the summer of 2013.

The Office of New Student and Family Programs has been hard at work preparing to welcome 4,100 members of the Class of 2018 for orientation. The first session begins Monday. Twelve one-and-a-half day sessions will run from June to July. Twenty-six orientation leaders will meet new students, parents, and other family members.

Office of New Student and Family Programs

IIn support of becoming a Top 25 university, the Division of Student Life is combining the offices of the Parents Association and Student Orientation to create one office to serve students and their families. The Office of New Student and Family Programs will align goals related to ensuring student transitions to UT as well as parental involvement.