Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: Where can I receive information regarding orientation?
A: The Orientation Program Office may be reached at (386) 481-2141.
Q: Is New Student Orientation a requirement?
A: Yes. New Student Orientation is a tradition at B-CU. It is designed assist new student successfully transition from high school or community college to B-CU. In addition, New Student Orientation provides important information related to academic expectations and campus resources (e.g., financial aid, student accounts, on-campus living, student health, and other related information).
Special Note: Incoming B-CU students from the local Daytona Beach area, as well as commuter students, are also expected to attend and participate this program.
Q: If I attended Summer Orientation is Fall Orientation required?”
A: Yes. If you attended Summer Orientation, Fall Orientation is mandatory. Fall Orientation will take place over the course of five days. During Fall Orientation, you will be introduced to a broader perspective of diverse academic programs, advising and registration, move into the residence halls, University’s traditions, and campus pride.
Q: When, Where and How can I sign up for Orientation?
A: Registration is not required. At Check-In, you will be assigned an Orientation leader and given instructions about the New Student Orientation program.
Q: What is a University ID and PIN Number and Why Are They are Important?
A: As a B-CU student, you will be issued a photo “Identification Badge”. This badge should be worn at all times on campus as proof that you are a current enrolled student. Each student also is given a B-CU “PIN NUMBER” as a personal identifier in lieu of using their social security number.
Q: What if I am unavailable to attend Fall Orientation?
For special circumstances, please contact Mr. Anthony Owens by calling (386) 481-2141 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: Can my family attend Fall Orientation with me?
A: Yes. It is recommended that parents be present for the University President’s Opening Assembly Program. The program will be held on Sunday, August 14, 2011, in the Performing Arts Center, at 3:00 pm.
Q: When do classes begin?
A: Classes begin on Monday, August 22, 2011 at 8:00 am.