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Transfer Transitions: Orienting You to SUNY Oneonta

Congratulations on making SUNY Oneonta the destination for your academic future. In order to make that future a reality, all new students are required to attend a session that will orient you to to academics and support services available at SUNY Oneonta. Students will receive the same information and appropriate advisement at all sessions. Students who accidentally enroll in a session that is not for their major will be removed from that session.

We do not take walk-in registration at any orientation session; students must enroll in a session.

Information on how to enroll in a session will be available in MyOneonta. As you review the dates, please keep in mind that we are only able to accommodate 140 students at each of the June sessions. These sessions do fill up and close, so students need to respond promptly. Please view the schedule as you consider your travel; students are required to attend all sessions. At the sessions in June, there is also a concurrent parent oreintation session. There is an additonal fee for interested parents of $50.

Students who attend a session in June will move into their residence halls on August 23 or 24.
Students who elect to attend the August 21-22 session will move into their room assignment between 8am-11:30am on the 21st. Orientation will start at 12:30pm; view the schedule here.

June 24 June 26 June 30 August 21-22
Education & Human Ecology Majors Math, Science, and Social Science Business, Humanities, and Fine Arts ALL MAJORS
*Adolescence Education: Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Physics, Mathematics, Social Studies, English, Spanish, French, Family and Consumer Studies

*Elementary Education: Early Childhood (B-2), Childhood (1-6), Early/Childhood Combined (b-6)

*Human Ecology: Human Ecology, Apparel and Textiles, 3-1 FIT, Child and Family Studies, Food Service Restaurant
Administration, Dietetics

Mathematics
Computer Science
Statistics

Biology
Chemistry
Earth Science
Environmental Science
Geology
Meteorology
Physics
Water Resources

Africano and Latino Studies
Anthropology
Geography
History
Political Science
International Studies
International Development Studies
Psychology
Sociology
Gerontology
Criminal Justice

Business Economics
Professional Accounting
Economics

Art
Computer Art
Communication
English
French
Mass Communication
Music
Music Industry
Philosophy
Spanish
Theatre

All majors are invited to attend this session.