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Alive! 2013 in full swing

 
Photos by Robert Hubner, WSU Photo Services
 

PULLMAN, Wash. – Alive! 2013 is in full swing on the Washington State University Pullman campus, as new students go through a three-day orientation process.

Led by orientation staff, participants get a tour of the campus and a chance to meet and make friends with other incoming students.

Alive activities include:

  • Writing placement examination
  • Honors writing diagnostic exam
  • Meals with counselors and other students
  • Walking tour of downtown
  • Computer lab orientation
  • WSU Jeopardy/trivia
  • Overview of core curriculum, learning communities, common reading
  • Program, the WSU catalog and schedule of classes
  • Honors College overview
  • Transfer advising
  • Academic overview with colleges and departments
  • Community and involvement fair
  • Course planning
  • Strategies for academic success
  • International Programs introduction
  • WSU Army ROTC opportunities
  • Living and dining at WSU
  • Greek life
  • Technology options
  • Exploring majors
  • UREC and Wellbeing
  • Financial aid and scholarships
  • Beasley Coliseum
  • UREC tour and activities
  • Residence hall tours
  • Compton Union Building and libraries tour
  • Academic advising
  • Class registration
 

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