COVID-19 Precautions Continue for Fall Semester

July Webinars

The Office of Student Transitions has coordinated with several offices on campus to put together a July Webinar Series. These special interest webinars are open to all incoming Fall 2020 students, their parents, family members, and friends - all are welcome! All webinars will be held through Zoom, moderated by a member of the Student Transitions team, and presented by staff or faculty member(s) at SU.

Please register for the webinar by clicking "Register Here" for the webinar(s) you would like to attend. The access information for each Zoom will be provided after registration via email.

For any questions, please email newstudentexperience@salisbury.edu

  • Previous Webinars (view recordings)
    Day/Time Link Who Title Description
    Monday 7/6: 12:00-1:00 View Margaret Sebastian

    TRiO: Student Support Services
    Resources & Support for First Gen Students Do you know the benefits of being a first generation student? What about the resources that are geared to make sure you graduate? Salisbury University wants to see you successful and have the skills to navigate this new world. Come listen in, even if you're not a first generation student! You won't regret it.
    Tuesday 7/7: 12:00-1:00 View Richard Potter

    Multicultural Student Services
    Building Connections that Last A Lifetime Students will learn about the program and activities offered through Multicultural Student Services that are related to the successful transitioning of University life. The Powerful Connections diversity orientation program is a vital link for new students of diverse backgrounds at Salisbury University.
    Thursday 7/9: 3:00-4:00 View Kevin Fallon

    Career Services
    Get a job! Now and when you graduate Salisbury University wants to prepare you for success both as a student and long after you graduate. Career Services is here to help! In this session we will introduce you to our services and help you launch a great career...as a student and as a professional after you leave us!
    Monday 7/13: 3:00-4:00 View Chrys Egan and Rhy Bemis

    OURCA and Fulton School
    Promoting our Research and Creativity Student research and creative work allows you to explore concepts beyond the classroom to share with a broader audiences. Learn how to promote your ideas in exhibitions, competitions, presentations, publications, and more.
    Tuesday 7/14: 12:00-1:00 View Helena Hill and Melissa Boog

    Academic Affairs/Dean of Students Office
    Keeping Up the SU Promise Learn about the SU Promise and the expectations for student behavior inside and outside of the classroom. We will share information that will enable students to make informed decisions regarding their academic and non-academic conduct and explore how the University addresses reports of misconduct in a fair and educational manner.
    Tuesday 7/14: 3:00-4:00 View Jenn Hanner and Carrianne Cicero

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    Transfer Student Resources and Success Join us as we share some tips and resources specifically for transfer students joining the Sea Gull community! We'll talk about academic resources, outline how to navigate the social transition, and share our own experiences as previous transfer students ourselves!
    Wednesday 7/15: 3:00-4:00 View Sandy Pope

    PACE
    Civic Engagement and Community Involvement Salisbury University is part of the greater Salisbury community. Learn about the programs connecting our campus with the city we call home, how PACE explores political and community issues with a focus on meaningful dialogue, and opportunities for students to earn recognition (and money) while making a difference in the community.
    Thursday 7/16: 12:00-1:00 View Candace Henry

    Disability Resource Center
    Promoting Access: Accommodations & Services at SU The Disability Resource Center (DRC) provides guidance, access to resources and accommodations to students with documented disabilities at Salisbury University. In this webinar, students will learn about the process of requesting and implementing accommodations. Students will also learn about DRC services and initiatives to promote access, equity, and inclusion at SU!
    Monday 7/20: 12:00-1:00 View Dawn Harner

    Counseling Center
    Transitioning to College in 2020: A hindsight look into understanding the lives of today’s students Designed to take glimpse at various factors that have shaped the lives of current students to better understand how families can support their transition to college.
    Monday 7/20: 3:00-4:00 View Andrew Martino

    Honors College
    Honors College Information Session This webinar explores what it means to be an honors student as well as what an Honors College is in context. Some of the aspects that will be covered are, but not limited to: honors curriculum; honors code of conduct; study abroad and internship credit; HONR 111 & Honors Thesis; Honors Student Ambassadors; National Fellowships and Honors. There will be extensive time left for questions, and the hope is that this will be a conversation.
    Tuesday 7/21: 12:00-1:00 View Joe Benyish

    CSIL
    Clubs and Organizations Come explore the different clubs and organizations available for students to get involved in on campus. We'll explore our Involved@SU platform and how to join organization virtually, how you can start your own organization if what you're looking for does not exist, hear from current students from some organizations, and take questions!
    Wednesday 7/22: 12:00-1:00 View Lawanda Dockins-Mills and Susan Rogers

    Commuter Connections/GSU
    Having a Fabulous Life Living Off-Campus The webinar is designed for new students who will be living in one of the neighboring community’s off-campus. When living off-campus, whether it’s an apartment, townhouse, condo or house or with family members students need to be aware of the responsibilities and risks, as well as, the benefits. This webinar is designed to better prepare our new students for a rewarding experience living in their new environment or at home with family members. We will focus on tips and strategies to assist our new students in navigating these unchartered waters.
    Thursday 7/23: 12:00-1:00 View CSIL Fraternity & Sorority Life 101 Interested in learning more about what Salisbury University's Fraternity & Sorority Life community has to offer? Join us and learn about the 19 different organizations we have here at Salisbury and how to join!
    Tuesday 7/28: 12:00-1:00 View Tricia Garvey-Smith

    CSIL
    Leadership Talk about the importance of developing leadership skills and explore the many opporunities for leadership development that exist across campus.
    Wednesday 7/29: 12:00-1:00 View Lawanda Dockins-Mills

    Associate Dean of Students
    Families in Transition - The Conversation The Associate Dean of Students invites family members to join her in an interactive conversation designed to explore ways in which the transition to college impacts family members. The webinar will focus on tips and strategies families can utilize to make the college transition experience more rewarding.
    Wednesday 7/29: 3:00-4:00 View Colleen Clark

    Department of Music, Theatre & Dance
    Performing Arts at SU Discuss opportunities for students to get involved in the performing arts on campus! Explore music, theatre, and dance experiences open to all majors and skill levels.
    Thursday 7/30: 3:00-4:00 View Heather Holmes

    CSA
    Start Strong at SU The Center for Student Achievement staff will share tips on how to get off on the right foot for a successful academic experience. Start your semester strong!