Orientation and On-boarding for New Undergraduate Students
At Bentley we have a 3 tier approach to Orientation. This includes:
- Online Orientation and Checklist- a helpful online resource for all new students, which includes a series of videos designed to share support and services available on campus. This online portal also includes your New Student Checklist.
- Registration-In July and August new students will receive preparatory information and resources to prepare for course registration.
- August Orientation - 5 day Orientation Program, which allows all new students to learn more and integrate into the Bentley community, while outlining the core values, expectations, and ideals of what a Falcon can look like.
*In addition, throughout the summer, the Orientation Team hosts numerous Falcon Live Chats, Virtual Office Hours with different departments (ex. Center for International Students and Scholars) and Webinars to help new students learn more information about Bentley and its community.
During the Orientation experience, you will meet faculty, staff and fellow students; learn about campus; and officially become part of the Bentley Community — be prepared to be busy. The Orientation team has been working hard and is so excited for you to come to campus.
As you prepare for Orientation, there are a few important things to keep in mind:
- Wear comfortable clothing and shoes during Orientation. You will be exploring campus and involved in various activities.
- The first meal provided by the program will be lunch. All meals will be held in our dining hall.
- Do not bring alcohol or other drugs regardless of age; they cannot be consumed during this program. Do not take any if offered to you. Drug or alcohol use during the program could jeopardize your bright future at Bentley and it is just not worth it.
- Be prepared. It is a busy couple of days and we do need you to attend all sessions. You will receive more information about our Orientation App in August, so make sure you download it because it will include the full schedule.
Please note that new residential students will move in on August 21, 2019 (individual times will be sent via email in July). In addition to residential or commuter student check-in, international students must complete their immigration registration. International students can find more information to prepare for you arrival here.
Your Bentley New Student Guide provides you with valuable information to help answer any questions you may have about joining the Falcon family. If you are looking for more information about the Fall semester after Orientation, please refer to our academic calendar.
Orientation and On-boarding for New Graduate Students
If you are a new graduate student looking for more information about your orientation and on-boarding process, please click this link for more details.