New Student Orientation

New Student Orientation

The college experience at Washburn University begins with New Student Orientation. Attending this event will prepare students with the facts and opportunities to be successful their first year.

During the event students will get to learn expectations of the classroom environment, meet with current students over our free lunch, register for their first semester courses, explore the MyWashburn online portal, attend break-out meetings with activities and organizations, even take their student ID photo! This day will prepare students with Tips & Tricks, expectations, and an overview of the figures and scholarships the university provides.

Frequently Asked Questions

Should you have any questions, please call the Office of New Student Orientation at 785.670.1834  We look forward to welcoming you to Washburn!

Upcoming Transfer Student Orientation Dates

  • November 10th, 2014 


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Helpful reminders for our future Ichabods: 

  • Bring your photo identification!  You'll need it to get your iCard.
  • Take a look at the map HERE for information on building and parking lot locations. The parking lot to the north of the Morgan building will be closed due to construction. Sorry for any inconvenience.
  • This day will be full of lots of new information to many of you. Make sure you are ready to take learn a thing or two. We wouldn't want you to miss out on anything important now would we?
  • If you want to meet your classmates on Twitter, keep up with the #WUNSO14 hashtag.  Drop in, say hi, and get to know everyone. Make sure you ask questions, take pictures, and share your Washburn experience. We believe that making connections with each other and us as early as possible is one of the best ways to make your college career a great one. 
  • Do you prefer Facebook?  Then take a gander at our 2018 Graduating Class Group. It's private, just for you all, so ask your Admissions Counselor about getting access. While you're at it, make sure you like the University on Facebook!  It makes us super happy!
  • Who doesn't love Instagram?  Again, use the hashtag #WUNSO14 and tell us what your favorite part of the day is!
  • Check the FAQ page on the Orientation website.  If you've got questions, it's likely that others have had 'em, too, so make sure you catch up! If the page doesn't answer your question, talk to an admissions counselor or send us a tweet. 
  • HAVE FUN!  This day is for you, and we want to make sure it's a great one.