Wilkes University

For Students

For Students

Orientation Students in group photo.This year represents a major turning point in your life—your first year of college. While you are busy preparing for the next chapter in your life, the Wilkes University Orientation Team is eagerly awaiting your arrival and preparing a fantastic Orientation experience!

Orientation is a vital part of your college experience. This summer, you will set foot on campus for the first time as a Wilkes University Colonel! There will be opportunities to meet other classmates in small groups and with your academic advisor, as well as to learn about campus services and activities. Of course, there will also be a lot of time for fun! 

Wilkes University First Year Student
Summer Orientation

Orientation MentorsThis year represents a major turning point in your life—your first year of college. While you are busy preparing for the next chapter in your life, the Wilkes University Orientation Team is eagerly awaiting your arrival and preparing a fantastic Orientation experience!

Orientation is a vital part of your college experience. This summer, you will set foot on campus for the first time as a Wilkes University Colonel! There will be opportunities to meet other classmates in small groups and with your academic advisor, as well as to learn about campus services and activities. Of course, there will also be a lot of time for fun!

You may have some questions about what to bring to Orientation or how you should dress for the event. Check out some Frequently Asked Questions to find out more!

Would you like to attend WAE Day? Click here to find out more about the day's activities!

Each incoming student is paired with an upperclassmen student mentor to guide you through the first semester. Meet your Mentor HERE!

Every year, students, staff and faculty participate in community service throughout the area. Learn more about some of the locations and projects the Wilkes University Colonels have contributed to during Orientation.

Registration for Orientation Session will be held in the Henry Student Center. Please use any University parking lots, with the exception of the Chase Hall Lot. Please refer to the campus map. Meter parking is also available on the streets surrounding the Wilkes University campus. Need directions to Wilkes?

Are you going to be living on campus in the Fall? The Inter-Residence Hall Council (IRHC) has partnered with College-Ave to provide our students with a convenient, affordable way to purchase extra-long sheets and bedding items. Proceeds from this program go to the Inter-Residence Hall Council and are used for programming in the residence halls. Please visit www.wilkes.college-ave.com for more information!


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