Transfer SUccess Welcome Event

2012

Transfer SUccess Welcome Event

Sunday, Sep. 16th 2012 at 10am-3pm

Student Center 160

You're Invited!

YOU ARE INVITED TO A SPECIAL EVENT JUST FOR NEW TRANSFER STUDENTS

Please join us and meet new and current transfer students, student leaders, and Seattle U President Father Stephen Sundborg. Plus a special performance by our Seattle University Choir. Lunch provided.

Please reserve your space to the Transfer SUccess Fall Welcome for new transfer students for engagement, connection, and fun. There is also an opportunity to learn about a campus resource of your choice (see description of workshops below).

Following this event, join transfer students as we cheer on your Redhawks Men's Soccer as they play UC Santa Barbara!

Space is limited for each workshop, so please e-mail your selection as soon as possible as well as to complete your reservation for the Transfer SUccess Welcome Event!

We look forward to seeing you soon. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns in the meantime.

Reserve your space by e-mailing ctsl@seattleu.edu with your name, your major, your SU ID, your SU e-mail address, and your transfer workshop of choice!

Workshop Options

Please select one of the four transfer workshops that will be part of your Welcome event.

Include Workshop choice with RSVP

Getting Involved with Student ActivitiesA listing of upcoming events and advice for how to get involved with Student Activities. A panel of student leaders will be available to answer questions about school student organizations/clubs and groups. Location: Office of Student Activities at Student Center 350

Redhawk Transfer Day – by University RecreationGo on a tour of the Connolly Complex and find more information about the University Recreation programs. Location: Eisiminger Fitness Center

Career Services offers Internship/Job Search Basics: Assistance with building your resume, writing your cover letters, and starting your search! Location: James C. Pigott Pavilion for Leadership Building, #110

Education Abroad – What you need to know to study abroad! Location: Office of Education Abroad, James C. Pigott Pavilion for Leadership Building, #124