Northwestern State University will hold its freshman orientation program Freshman Connection May 26-27, June 23-24 and July 21.


Northwestern State University will hold its freshman orientation program Freshman Connection May 26-27, June 23-24 and July 21.

Freshman Connection is designed to assist incoming freshman with the transition to university life. While on campus, participants will meet with an academic advisor, register for classes, learn about campus resources and meet future classmates.

Incoming freshmen will be introduced to the academic programs and services provided by the University, such as academic advising and support services. Upon completing the registration process at Freshman Connection, those who attend will be prepared for their first semester in college. The cost for Freshman Connection is $80 which includes accommodations and meals.

In conjunction with Freshman Connection, Northwestern will also hold Parent Connection and Kid Konnection.

Parent Connection is aimed at helping parents become familiar with college life, so that they can successfully manage this time of change, growth, fun and exploration. The program consists of special presentations designed to help family members assist with their student’s transition to Northwestern by becoming familiar with the University.

There is a $25 registration fee for each participant.

Kid Konnection will help younger siblings become familiar with college life. Activities include a tour of the campus and visiting a residence hall, fun arts and crafts, pictures with Northwestern’s mascot “Vic” and other events designed for children. Participants will also receive lunch, an afternoon snack, t-shirt and more.

Kid Konnection is exclusively for siblings of new NSU students age 5 – 12. There is a $30 fee for each participant.

For more information go to http://studentsuccess.nsula.edu/freshmanconnection.