- Honors Session June 8 - 10 (27+ ACT required)
- Session #1 June 22 - 24
- Session #2 July 13 - 15
- Session #3 July 27 - 29
- Transfer #1 June 14
- Transfer #2 July 19
A Message to Incoming Students
Orientation at Louisiana Tech University is designed to help you incoming students and your parents make a smooth transition from high school to college. Our philosophy is simple: you should feel good about your decision to attend Louisiana Tech. It is important that you are excited, not nervous, about returning to your new home in the Fall.
Orientation is a fast-paced, high energy program that will introduce you to all aspects of the University. At Orientation you will not only get to register for your Fall Quarter classes but also get to meet many new people who are also attending Tech for the first time.
We're excited that you are joining the Tech Family and we look forward to being of service to you and your family!
A Message to Parents
Parents, you play a vital role in your child's decision to attend college as well. Thank you for supporting your students this far!
Our Parent Orientation Program will not only inform you of all that Tech has to offer but also help you with your student's transition. Parent Orientation runs concurrently with Student Orientation so that you can learn more about the Tech experience at the same time that your child does while also allowing them to have their first taste of college freedom as they select their own schedule and grow accustomed to their new alma mater.
We can't wait to see you at Parent Orientation!
How to Register
You will receive an email invitation (for both Student and Parent Orientation) when online registration becomes available. You may also register for Orientation through you Kennel account. Inside your Kennel account, the invitation will be in your "My Events & Interviews" Portal! Students must pay for Orientation by May 15, 2015. Orientation is a non-refundable fee.
Here's what students are saying about Orientation...
"I got to meet new people and enjoyed seeing what it's like living on campus."
"What I liked the most about Orientation was the student leaders. They know how to have a good time."
"I like the way I wasn't treated like a freshman but as another student needing a little direction."
"What I liked most about Orientation was the show ('Presents') and dance."
Here's what parents are saying about Orientation...
"My daughter has been welcomed with open arms. Thank you! It makes the transition for both of us easier."
"I left with a good feeling that my son's education would be enhanced by the caring people on this campus. We are looking forward to him being a student at Tech."
"This program makes me proud to be an alumnus of Tech."