Graduate School Orientation
Orientation Schedule for Spring Semester 2016
Graduate School New Student Orientation
Friday, January 8, 2016
Orientation will introduce students to expectations for graduate students and the basics of responsible conduct for research. Students will also learn about the services available on campus to support their success. Contact the Graduate School with any questions.
Pre-registration is required. Please register online so that we can plan for your attendance. This event will be full, so register early to reserve your seat. Students who are unable to attend this session may complete an online training and view our online resources to receive the required training.
Schedule and Description
- 11:30am - 1:00pm: Registration in the Memorial Union Commons (ground floor)
We'll have lunch tickets available so you can grab lunch and socialize with other new students.
- 11:30am - 1:00pm - Student Services Fair in the Memorial Union Commons (ground floor)
Use your lunch ticket to purchase food in the Commons, and learn about some of the great services available to you. You might even get to meet Blizzard T. Husky!
- 1:00 - 4:30pm: Orientation program in the Memorial Union Ballroom (2nd floor)
Attend to learn about Michigan Tech policies, and obtain the required Responsible Conduct of Research training
Our orientation program will introduce students to:
- Academic Integrity
- Advisor/Advisee Relationships
- Responsible Conduct for Research
- Setting Expectations for Graduate Education
All graduate students are required to complete basic Responsible Conduct for Research (RCR) training. Students who are unable to attend orientation, or are completing degrees through distance programs, may complete the online training. Students who do not complete the training within their first two semesters will have a hold placed on their account and will not be eligible to enter research only mode or graduate.
The GTA Orientation Schedule is available on the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) website. They offer orientation prior to the start of fall semester.
Individual programs may also have orientation sessions. Please contact your graduate program director for more information.
International Student Information
The office of International Programs and Services will welcome international students to campus and provide additional information.