Intercultural Orientation - "Powerful Connections"
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- August 23 thru 27,
- How to Register:
New Students: Registration will begin April 1, 2015 via
For more information,
Contact the Office of Multicultural Student Services at 410-548-4503.
August 23 through 27, 2015
Welcome to Salisbury University on behalf
of the Office of Multicultural Student Services!
Our office has sponsored the Intercultural
Orientation Program for Students of Diverse
Backgrounds (i.e. Powerful
Connections) for the past eleven years. We are very
pleased that you have selected Salisbury University as your
destination to receive a quality education. Our goal is to
provide opportunities for you to connect with upper-class
students of color through our Peer Mentor Program and to become
acclimated with the campus, as well as the Office of
Multicultural Student Services and its programs, through this
experience. Our program has been a vital link for new
students of color and their success at the University.
Please plan to join us on August 23-27,
2015 as you establish connections that will last a lifetime!
- To pre-orient students of diverse backgrounds to
- To provide an opportunity to connect
with upper-class students through peer mentoring
- To orient new students to the Office
of Multicultural Student Services and its programs, goals,
activities and available resources
- To orient students to academic
expectations and social responsibility
- To help students become acquainted
with the campus
- Program Fee: $160
- Inclusive Dates: August 23-27, 2015
- Enrollment Limit: 70
- Registration Begins:
April 1, 2015
- ONLY 70 SPACES AVAILABLE! PLEASE SIGN UP TODAY!!
How to Register
For new students, Online Registration Begins April 1, 2015 via GullNet. Login to
navigate to Self-Service > Student Program Enrollment > Enroll in a
Program. Select Powerful Connections Program and
complete the registration information.
Please note: The Intercultural
Orientation Powerful Connections program fee of $160 will bill
automatically to your student account.
For upper class students
wishing to be mentors, click here:
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