The Accepted Student Reception will be held Saturday, April 6th. This event is a day of celebration for all accepted students.
Formal invitations will be mailed in March and students must be academically accepted to Fredonia to attend.
Please direct any questions to the Office of Admissions and note the following information is subject to change.
Tentative Agenda*Please note: A more detailed agenda will be provided at registration.
10:00-11:00am Registration: King Concert Hall
You will begin your day with a performance by the Fredonia Jazz Ensemble.
11:00am Welcome: King Concert Hall
We are excited to present several speakers and a student panel at this years 'Welcome'.
12-1:00pm: Academic Sessions
1-2:15pm Student Services Mingle: Steele Hall
Financial Aid Session
Families will be escorted to the Financial Aid Session from the Student Services Mingle. Dan Tramuta (Associate Vice President for Enrollment Services) from the Office of Financial Aid will explain the financial aid process and answer questions from families. For your convenience, an optional walking tour of campus will follow this program.
Interning Towards Your Career
Internships have become a vital part of the college experience. Families will be escorted to the Internship Program from the Student Services Mingle. A representative from the Office of Career Development will provide a thorough overview of how, where and when students at Fredonia participate in internships. This is a great chance to learn about some of the exciting internships that are available to you at Fredonia! All majors are welcome. An optional walking tour of campus will follow this program.
Get Involved with the Student Association!
Being a part of our campus goes way beyond the classroom. At Fredonia, you will have the opportunity to become involved in many activities throughout your academic career including Athletics, clubs, Honor Societies and more! The Student Association is the largest student group on campus, overseeing the governance of over 130 clubs and organizations. The student leaders of this group will provide an overview of some of the opportunities available to you when you arrive to campus and give you the tools you need to hit the ground running!
Campus Tours (No Session)
Student-guided walking tours of campus will include visits to two different style living accommodations (corridor and suite), Reed Library and University Commons. Families who are not interested in attending a session (listed above) may join a tour during the Student Mingle. The last tour will depart Steele Hall at 2:15 p.m. Families interested in a session (listed above) the option of taking a campus tour following each program