Online orientation for incoming students ended on Thursday, July 2nd. If you were accepted past that date you will register for the orientation session labeled Friday, August 14th. The session will be due by that date; however, you will be sent an invitation to begin the course as soon as you have paid your deposits, completed pre-registration, registered for orientation, and paid the $45 orientation fee.
Join us for a series of orientation live-streams covering a variety of topics and
answering all your questions for us here at WCU. Topics will include student employment,
health and wellness, academics, campus safety, dean of students, dining, intercultural
affairs, campus activities and more. All live streams were recorded in May and June and are available for playback below.
Join us for an orientation live-stream about student employment. We will talk all
things needed to get a job working on campus as a student including I-9 requirements,
types of jobs available, the difference between work-study and non-work study, JobCat
2.0, and more!
This roundtable will help students and family members be aware of what students need
to do to be successful in classes at WCU. Participants will learn about class structure
and building relationships with the faculty from a professor and resources available
to help you thrive in the classroom from staff within the Writing and Learning Commons
and Math Tutoring Center.
The New Student Orientation team will answer questions about the online orientation
process and provide additional information about ways to get involved as you learn
more about WCU through our online program.
How do you connect to the wifi on campus? Will I be able to hook up my video game
systems and smart TV while on campus? Who do I contact if I get a virus on my computer? Learn
the answers to these questions and much more as you hear from professionals from our
IT Help Desk.
The Dean of Students Office is committed to not only working with students but also
providing resources for parents and family members as well. This session will talk
about ways for parents to get involved at WCU, what it means to Go Greek in Cullowhee,
and even address how we hold students accountable when they break the Code of Conduct.
Join us for a discussion of all the great dining locations on campus including discussion
around the different meal plans and what exactly block meals, declining balance, and
meal exchanges are.
Join us for an orientation live-stream about health and wellness at WCU. Topics will
include resources to support an active lifestyle via the Campus Recreation Center,
mental health awareness with Counseling and Psychological Services, and physical health
with Health Services.
We balance our academic mission with the well-being of our total community. This panel
will feature information on emergency services, public safety technologies, the Campus
Police Department, and resources/programs designed to prevent and discourage crime
Join us for an Academic Advising Roundtable where we will discuss a number of topics
surrounding class registration at WCU. Learn more about registering for classes, our
online advising resource center Navigate, the different types of advisors who will
serve as resources for students throughout their time in Cullowhee, and how equivalencies
and credit from previous institutions will apply to WCU.
Excited to live on campus? Our Residential Living staff will discuss the unique programs and benefits of
living on campus and things that you need to know as you prepare to move to WCU.
Intercultural Affairs works with all members of the University to provide a campus
environment where students from different backgrounds and culture groups feel appreciated,
respected and valued. Join us as we talk about programs and resources available to
make all students feel at home at WCU.
Wondering what there is to do in Cullowhee outside of the classroom? Campus Activities
provides ample opportunities to get involved via on-campus concerts and movies, arts
and cultural events and trips to regional plays, exhibits, music and more, all of
which are offered to students at low or no cost.
Submit NC required immunization records. Students will not be allowed to register for classes until all requirements are met.
Students will not be allowed to register for classes until your $150 tuition deposit
has been received. For those planning to live on campus the $150 housing deposit must
also be paid.
Show proof of valid medical insurance coverage or enroll in the mandatory UNC System
Students will not be allowed to access online orientation until the $45 orientation
fee has been received.
PAY Orientation fee