Fall Orientation Info to Know
Here is a variety of Info to Know pieces as school begins at Ursuline! This is a place for new students and their families to explore resources,
topics and helpful tips. Keep checking back here, more information will be added as the school year nears.
Lingo to Know Helpful Definitions for the New College Student Medical and Mental Health Resources in the Pepper Pike Area Resource Information for Parents: Parenting a First-Year Student More helpful information is available in the Current Students section of the website.
New Student Checklist
- Attend Evening with Ursuline to celebrate with the President
- Submit your deposit to confirm “I’m coming to Ursuline!”
- Make sure your Ursuline email works - iIf not, email Computer Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Like/follow all of Ursuline’s Facebook, Twitter & Instagram for important Orientation updates
- Attend Academic Orientation in the summer to register for classes
- Get your Student ID
- Fill out your housing contract & roommate questionnaire (resident students only)
- Register for Fall Orientation
- Contact your new roommate to coordinate your new room
- Buy/rent books for your first semester from the Bookstore
- Sign up for UrsAlert
- Tell all your friends & family that you’re an Arrow!
You know you're an Arrow when you . . .
- Attend Orientation and New Student Convocation
- Participate in the New Student Ceremony and paint your handprint on the Rock
- Support our athletic teams at our annual Athletic Blessing
- Enjoy a movie on Free-Film-Friday
- Break a sweat in the NEW Athletic Center
- Paint The Rock in the middle of the night
- Join a student organization or team
- Cheer on the Arrows at a game
- Discuss this year’s Common Book in your Ursuline Studies class
- Enjoy all the fun activities during Founders Week
- Attend a Late-Night-Breakfast during mid-terms and finals week
- Explore Cleveland and enjoy a game, concert, festival, exhibit or show.
- Bring your family to our annual Family Fun Fest
- Invite your favorite staff or faculty member to your “Turning 21 Dinner” (a rite of passage for students who’ve recently turned 21)
- Sat down with the Office of Counseling and Career Services to discuss internships and real-world experience opportunities
- Listen to the bagpipes at the Hooding Ceremony and Baccalaureate Mass
- Walk across the stage at Commencement Exercise to get your diploma—a 143 year old tradition!