New Student Orientation
SPRING 2021 ORIENTATION
This Orientation program is to help our newest Eagles become familiar with our campus while gearing up for academic success. The program consists of a one-day orientation in which the new students meet their faculty and classmates as well as important staff at St. Joseph’s College. New students will observe various workshops on campus resources, meet other new students and given time to finalize your last minute needs before the semester begins. New Student Orientation includes both First Year and transfer students.
Wednesday, January 20, 2021:
Virtual Live Session (both campuses) – Zoom Webinar
Link to the orientation program will be sent in an email prior to the event.
Agenda for Zoom Webinar
Wednesday, January 20 at 6 p.m.
Welcome to SJC:
Donald R. Boomgaarden, Ph.D., President of St. Joseph’s
Orientation and Student Life Introduction:
Shantey Hill-Hanna, Vice President for Student Life and Campus Services
Student PSA Briefing:
The importance of PPE’s and social distancing at SJC.
Long Island Orientation Breakout Continuation:
Academic Life Introduction:
Eileen Jahn, Ph.D., Executive Dean
Student Life Introduction:
Janelle Hill, Associate Vice President for Student Life
Alexandra Romanoff, Student Orientation Chairperson, SGA Vice President
Student Life Panel:
Alexandra Romanoff, Panel Moderator
Tom Tzimorotas, Director of Security
Amy Thompson, Director of Financial Aid
Cristian Murphy, Director of Campus Ministry
Jennifer Rooney, Director of Career Preparation and Professional Development
Mary Schultz, Ph.D., Director of Counseling
Jacqueline Hermida, Director of Wellness
Bryan Gill, Executive Director of Student Involvement, Leadership and Intercultural Engagement
Orientation Information Workshop:
“Learning to Navigate and Become Acclimated to St. Joseph’s College”
Orientation Planning Committee Leaders
Important Information and Closing Remarks:
All student attendees will receive a gift for attending this program. All student attendees will be submitted into random generator that will draw five students to win a $50 Barnes and Noble Gift Card. Come to the event to see if you win!
For questions, please contact Bryan Gill at email@example.com or call the Office of Student Involvement, Leadership and Intercultural Engagement at 631.687.2602.