NSO stands for New Student Orientation.
It is a time where our campus welcomes YOU, the new class of students to Trinity. We are excited to invite you and your family to participate in New Student Orientation 2015! We look forward to meeting you in person and welcoming you into our vibrant Christian learning community.
Be prepared to be challenged and to begin finding your place here among new and returning students, professors, administrators, and staff who are serious about being formed so that we may be agents of Christ-empowered transformation in the world.
Be prepared also to have a good time, to begin to relax in your new home away from home, and to build new relationships that will last a lifetime.
We are so excited to meet you at New Student Orientation! In preparation for that day, please read the information below and be sure you know where to go when you arrive.
Campus Information Session – 8:30 am – 10 am
All students (first-time, transfer and re-admit students) are asked to attend the Campus Information session between 8:30am and 10am on Tuesday, January 13th in Melton Hall of the Waybright Center. If you are a residential student, it is recommended that you arrive at 8:30am to allow plenty of time to move into housing after this session.
Continue to check back – more details and a downloadable schedule will be available soon!
Save the Date:
All incoming students are asked to attend New Student Orientation on Tuesday, January 13th. The first session begins at 8:30am. This applies to residential, commuter, transfer, and re-admit students.RSVP for Spring 2015 NSO
Moving to Campus
You’re almost here! There are a few things you need to know before you move into your new home.
To reserve your room on campus or for more information about on-campus housing, visit Reserve Your Room.
Arrival & Parking
Students living on campus are encouraged to park near their assigned residence hall to accommodate unloading (see campus map for parking lot locations nearest to Johnson, Madsen, or Trinity Hall). Commuter students can park either on the main street of campus or in the Commuter Parking Lot, which is near the Quad 3 Building (see campus map).
Once you’re on campus, you might need some help finding your way around. Our staff will be on campus to help direct you to the various orientation events, but feel free to download the campus map for your convenience.
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