Calling all first year students! Are you ready to have a good time!? Awesome, well we are too!! Let’s come together and meet new friends for some competitive play at the FAC. This full night of fun is filled with Knockerball, Racquetball, Dodgeball, Basketball, Paddleboards, Canoes and much, much more! A FAC Attack T-shirt is given out to the first 50 students who participates in a variety of different activities. Identification cards and proper athletic attire must be worn and present when loading the Shuttles. Pick-ups will be at the Newman Towers and the Library at 9pm sharp!
Student Activities Fair
A huge student gathering of campus-wide clubs and organizations focusing on providing information and engaging students on the various activities across campus. Visit their page for more info!
OAE Wilderness Pre-Fall Experience
First year students, come join and participate in a multi-day wilderness experience with our Outdoor Adventure Program. You will spend 5 days and 4 nights camping, creating new friends and having a blast! Each trip is lead by our student OAE leaders. Some of the activities include: Backpacking, Caving, Kayaking and Canoeing. No prior experience is necessary. For more details, check out our Outdoor Adventure Pre-Fall page and sign up!
Career Center- Career Accelerator
Career Accelerator is a 3.5 day pre-fall program involving career exploration, career treks, and a day of service in the Baltimore community. By the end of the program, students will be able to identify their interests, values, and strengths; articulate what the career exploration process involves; demonstrate the roles that their own self-attributes play in their career exploration; construct a basic resume and a plan for next steps; cultivate a peer network of other students in similar career phases; and recognize the value of serving others as a foundational career theme.
Career Center- Discover Everywhere Micro-Retreat
Discover Everywhere is a flexible “micro-retreat” designed by the Career Center to give students a space to think about their interests, values, and skills, and how these might influence your major or career decisions. You will have the opportunity to think about the factors that affect your decisions, so you feel more confident with their next steps – whether that’s declaring a major, or realizing they need to gather more information. Please visit the Career Centers Learning Objectives page for more details.