New Student Orientation

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Students at their computers for virtual Howl Days Welcome future Seawolves! Attending orientation is expected of all incoming students and gives you the opportunity to connect with UAA students, staff and faculty while getting information about life at UAA. At orientation, you will learn about registering for classes, do not forget to have your Placement Exams.

Register for Howl Days

 

 

 

 

Check out more ways to get connected!

All of our programs are set up with you in mind to help you succeed! If you are still in highschool stay connected with our Seawolf Ready program, after you attend Howl Days join the wolfpack to get your questions answered with our Seawolves Connect, or give back to the community with our team as a part of Seawolves Serve.

 

 

Meet the New Student Orientation Wolfpack! 

  • Jocella

    Major: Pre-Nursing
    Hobbies: Going out into nature, making wire jewelry, volleyball, and spending time with those I love
    Advice for students: Learn to rest, not to quit. Being a first year student can become overwhelming, but know that it's okay to take a step back and rest instead of overworking yourself. Taking a break can help you recollect yourself and really reflect on what you need to get done.

    Profile picture of Jocella student leader leaning from tree
  • Cynthia

    Major: Psychology w/ concentration in Behavior Analysis
    Minor: Japanese
    Hobbies: Video games, reading comics, anime, and Youtube
    Advice for students: "Feed yourselves to the wolves!" New Experiences can feel nerve racking and/or scary, but that is why we must go out and try. They bring growth and new opportunities into our lives. Wolf=new experience, feed yourself= go out and try.

    Cynthia sitting