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Jun 29, 2021

Panhandle State Communications

New Student Orientation To Be Held July 9 & August 6

Panhandle State will be hosting their New Student Orientation for their first in-person sessions since 2019. Admissions and Student Life have set July 9th and August 6th for incoming students to become more familiar with the campus.

University President, Dr. Tim Faltyn, said, “I am excited to see our incoming Aggies on campus. This orientation will allow them to have the opportunity to get to know our faculty and staff before attending their first day of classes.”

New Student Orientation is designed to help students explore OPSU, meet professors, and develop relationships with their peers. The Admissions and Student Life offices have worked together to assist students in all areas. These departments will help ensure all students have identification cards, set up their Aggie Access, and all necessary steps needed for the first day of classes while getting to know everyone.

Director of Admissions, Sarah Wood, commented, “We look forward to having new students and their families on campus this summer and welcoming them to the Aggie Family.”

Student Life Coordinator, Hannah Hammack, stated, “We are excited to host New Student Orientation in person this year and show the students and their families what it truly means to be an Aggie.”

These events include sessions that will help future Aggies to succeed in the classroom and life. Along with the Student Orientation, OPSU will offer a Parent Orientation for the families of these students.

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