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Class of 2026 begins transition to campus during Summer Orientation

Summer Orientation Leaders Chloe Canavati ’25 (front row, holding sign) and Morgan Chapman ’25 (front row, holding ball) help break the ice with their group of incoming students.
Summer Orientation Leaders Chloe Canavati ’25 (front row, holding sign) and Morgan Chapman ’25 (front row, holding ball) help break the ice with their group of incoming students.

On June 13, 75 recent high school graduates got a little more familiar with the campus where they’re about to become first-year college students. The first of seven Summer Orientation sessions in June was designed to help incoming members of the Class of 2026 navigate the academic transition from high school and prepare for fall course selection. Activities within smaller groups, led by the 21 student Orientation Leaders, helped the future Paladins get to know each other and their school better. More than 500 incoming students are expected to attend the 2022 Summer Orientation sessions.

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