Get the information and tools you need to explore your new environment,
access important resources, and engage with your peers.
Your growth as a Bronco starts here!
The Orientation experience includes a set of online tools including Camino, Comevo, and BroncoExchange.
Registration instructions for Academic Advising & Course Enrollment sessions as well as fee information.
A summary of requirements for Orientation due between your admission acceptance to your first quarter of classes.
Information as of February 1, 2022
All new students (first year students and transfer students) are required to participate in all parts of Orientation which also includes academic advising and course enrollment. Orientation entails engaging with fellow students, registering for classes, learning about our academic and co-curricular programs, and obtaining information about how you can get involved with the Santa Clara community.
Parents and other family members are encouraged (not required) to participate in Orientation through sessions designed specifically for them. We will introduce parents and other family members to the values, goals, and practices of Santa Clara as well as share resources about our academic programs and student services.
For the sections below, click on each topic to expand the content box for more details.
Information about Orientation 2022 for new students beginning enrollment in September 2022 will start becoming available in March.
All new international students without a U.S. passport must request immigration documents from the Global Engagement Office upon confirmation of attendance. For more information, contact the International Students & Scholars Program within the Global Engagement Office at email@example.com.
In addition to Orientation, all new international students who do not hold a U.S. passport are also required to participate in the International Student Welcome hosted by the International Student & Scholars Program within the Global Engagement Office.
Information about Orientation 2022 for parents and families of new students beginning enrollment in September 2022 will start becoming available in April.
Center for Student Involvement
Assistant Director for New Student & Parent Programs
Center for Student Involvement
- Maddy Javier
- Nathalie Medina
- Alex Perez
- Taylor Kealoha
- Olivia Owens
- Jaden Raymundo
- Selection process for the 2022 staff will take place during winter quarter.
Are you looking to engage with the Bronco community? Join us online at BroncoExchange!
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