Your First Year
NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION LINKS FOR:
- First-Year Students
- Transfer Students
- Parents & Families
- Graduate Students
- First Year Commuters/Transfer Off-Campus Students
The First-Year Experience (FYE) program is coordinated through the Office of Student Engagement, in cooperation with various student life partners and academic programs.
The central theme of the six FYE components is Finding Philadelphia, learning about the history, culture, diversity, and wealth of activities in the city, our extended campus. Our comprehensive approach to your first-year experience begins with New Student Orientation (NSO), includes faculty oriented academic advising; and is centered on your residential community/commuting experience.
FYE program is designed to provide support and encouragement to new students at Philadelphia University and help ensure they succeed personally and academically. Research is clear, and our experience has demonstrated, that students who actively engage in all of the FYE components are more likely to be successful and have a more enriching college experience.
Philadelphia University believes that community service initiatives are a central part of the undergraduate experience. Accordingly, the office of Community Service works to increase student access to the community service opportunities, serve as an informational resource about community agencies, supports students' civic engagement, and promotes service as a tool for learning.
First Year Experience
Kanbar Campus Center, Suite 317
phone: (215) 951-2634
fax: (215) 951-2644
The Kanbar Campus Center, Suite 317
4201 Henry Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19144-5497
For more info or to schedule a visit, call 215-951-2700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org