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FRESHMAN ORIENTATION FOR SPRING 2016 SEMESTER THURS. 2/11 AND MON. 2/15

Welcome Students! Freshman orientation is one of the most popular events with new students because it’s informative and fun! Before your first day of classes, you’ll be invited to attend an orientation by your academic department.

Orientation is mandatory and your attendance is required.

This is your event; it provides you with the opportunity to meet professors, staff and fellow students. You are also welcome to bring guests. If you have not completed the admissions process, please see your admissions associate, they will gladly assist you.

SPRING 2016 SEMESTER
FRESHMAN ORIENTATION SCHEDULE

BROOKLYN:
The New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge
333 Adams Street
Brooklyn NY 11021
THURSDAYFEBRUARY 11, 201612:30pm OR 5:30pm
MANHATTAN:
The New York Hotel Pennsylvania
401 7th Ave & 33rd St, 18th Floor
New York NY 10001
MONDAYFEBRUARY 15, 201612:30pm OR 5:30pm

In addition to meeting other new students and faculty, you’ll learn specific information about ASA programs of study, college services and resources to help you achieve success. A special presentation is also devoted to discussing employment opportunities after graduation.

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