We know the transition can be confusing and we are here to help. We want you to feel as prepared as possible which is why it is very important that you make the commitment to attend all of Orientation.
Attending Orientation is mandatory because students that attend are more successful and more apt to stay on track for graduation. We will connect you to resources, services, programs and people that will help make Randolph College feel like home. This is just the start of a new way of learning, thinking and making connections at Randolph.
There are no make-up sessions available.
Select your orientation schedule from the options below.
All students may check-in pending the completion of their Student Required Actions. Plan to actively check your student portal to see what student required actions you’ve completed and which actions still need completion. Please pay special attention to the following Student Required Action details:
Questions: Wendy Deitrick, firstname.lastname@example.org
COVID-19 VACCINE REQUIRED FOR ALL STUDENTS BEGINNING FALL 2021
Documentation showing “full vaccination” status* must be emailed to Ruby Bryant (email@example.com) by AUGUST 1.
Students who arrive on or after August 15 should receive their first vaccine (if receiving Moderna or Pfizer) no later than July 1; if receiving a one-dose vaccine (Janssen by Johnson & Johnson), that should be received no later than August 1.
Students who arrive before August 15 must have their documentation showing full vaccination status before their arrival
(ex. Resident Assistants arrive on campus on August 9: for two-dose vaccines, their first dose should be received no later than June 28; for one-dose vaccines, their first dose should be received no later than July 26)
Exemptions: Only two exemptions are accepted:
*Full vaccination status = 14 days since final dose of the COVID-19 vaccine
Students may also have required actions around Health Insurance Waivers and Medical Forms/Documentation.
Questions: Ruby Bryant, firstname.lastname@example.org
Be advised that all students must complete the check-in process before receiving their room key. Once you have completed the process you may pick up your key and begin moving into your room.
Getting your belongings unloaded and your car moved promptly will greatly assist the move-in process.
Students who plan to keep their vehicle on campus should register their vehicle and sign up for a parking pass.
Your PawPass I.D. card is your electronic access key to your residence hall and other facilities. You use it to access your meal plan in the dining hall, buy coffee in the Skeller, check out materials in the library, etc.
We take your photo: During Check-In, we will take your photo and create your PawPass while you wait.
Submit your own: This year, we have added the option for you to submit your own photo and have your PawPass waiting for you at check-in. To take advantage of this option, you must submit a photo using the following guidelines:
Use your randolphcollege.edu email account to send the photo file as an attachment to email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you soon. If you have any questions or concerns regarding Orientation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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