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Undergraduate Student Orientation
Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Mills College Undergrad Orientation SO Mills: Student Orientation 2016 will be a great time to connect with your classmates, get to know your new campus home, and learn more about what a great academic experience you have ahead of you. 

Check-in times: 
11:00 am–For those of you who need to see an advisor and register for your classes

11:30 am–For those of you who attended advising days in December 

If you are living on campus and would like to move-in you will be able to begin moving in at 9:00 am. Start off at Sage Hall to get your keys to your Residence Hall! 

Review all of the items you need to complete here before coming to orientation. 

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Graduate Student Orientation
Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Mills College Graduate OrientationMark your calendar for new graduate student orientation. Some departments have a specific orientation. If you are in Business/Public Policy or Computer Science your orientation will begin at the time and location listed below; all others meet at the Student Union at 11:30.

Business/Public Policy–begins at 10:15 at GSB Atrium
Computer Science–begins at 11:00 am at CPM 206

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International Student Orientation
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
10:00 am–12:30 pm
Location NSB 208 (Moore Natural Science Building)

This interactive orientation session will introduce you to other students and staff in the Mills International Program as well as the resources available to international students. Topics that will be covered include: academic and social integration, health services, English language support, and key immigration guidelines.

All international students, both degree-seeking and short-term exchange, are required to attend this orientation session in addition to the campus-wide and department specific undergraduate and graduate orientations. If you are unable to make international orientation please contact us at

Please bring your Passport and all immigration documents (I-20 or DS-2019, I-94) to the orientation.


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