Monday, August 20
Ask Me Booths*
8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Around Campus
Trying to find your way around? Stop by one of the Ask Me Booths located around campus during the first week of classes. Faculty, staff and students will be on hand to guide you with directions and maps, plus you’ll get a Georgia State freebie! For more information, contact the Office of New Student Orientation & Parent Relations.
Current Georgia State student, faculty, and staff who wish to volunteer for an Ask Me Booth shift can sign up here. Please note: This is not an appropriate event for volunteer experience for new freshman or transfer students.
8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. Student Center Ballroom
The Mega-One-Stop-Shop is a centralized enrollment services center where new students can receive assistance with all their enrollment needs, as well as additional support for getting off to a successful start at Georgia State. Services include: One Stop Shop (Financial Aid, Student Accounts, Registrar), Immunization, University Housing, Auxiliary and Support Services, Bookstore, and Information Systems & Technology.
Try Me Week
Student Recreation Center
Not sure which clinic to take? Try one, two, or as many as you would like for FREE during TRY ME Week and you could win a free registration to a clinic of your choice! Each clinic will be offering a 30-minute demo of the regularly scheduled class. All instructional clinics will be available. Participants will be entered into a drawing for each demo they attend. Two students will be selected to receive a coupon for the Instructional Clinic of their choice. So try one (or four!) to find the clinic that is right for you. For more information, contact the Student Recreation Center.
2 p.m. Speaker's Auditorium
It’s never too early to begin exploring the exciting possibilities of study abroad, so attend a Globe Trekker seminar during Panther Welcome! At the seminar, you will receive a Compass Handbook, which outlines the necessary forms you’ll need to complete, and you will learn how to select and apply for a program, how to have your coursework transferred back to Georgia State, and how to line up financial aid and scholarships. You’ll also learn about our exciting Fall 2012 events, including How to Afford Study Abroad workshops, the Study Abroad Fair, and the annual Crossing Paths, Crossing Cultures International Photo Competition and Exhibit! For more information, contact Study Abroad Programs.
Interfraternity Council (IFC) Recruitment Invite Dinner
8 p.m. Veteran's Memorial HallFor more information about this event, contact Greek Life.