Orientation assistants serve as a resource to incoming students and their families. They work hard to provide information to new students who will help them settle in, get to know other students, and register for classes. They act as a friendly guide for the first week, welcoming students to campus and serving as familiar faces in the upper-class student population for first-year and transfer students.
To access and complete the 2014 SOA Application, please open this PDF document with Adobe Reader. If you do not have Adobe Reader, download this free software from http://get.adobe.com/reader.
Please read the application thoroughly before applying. Applicants may complete the application using Adobe Reader, print their completed application, then sign before submitting to our office. *References are not required to be typed and may be submitted after the applicant has applied. Applications must be submitted in person to the Office of Orientation and Student Success located on the 3rd floor of the Roaden University Center in Room 339 by Friday, October 4, 2013.