New Student Orientation

Welcome Weekend 2017 Schedule

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Move-In Day Schedule

All students and parents should drive into the main parking lot, which is the Center for the Arts parking lot at 13th & Bern Streets, during their designated time frame.  Please do not go directly to the residence hall.  The schedule for move-in is below and we ask that you adhere to it.

From: Last Names:
8:00 – 8:30 a.m. A – C
8:30 – 9:00 a.m. D – I
9:00 – 9:30 a.m. J – M
9:30 – 10:00 a.m. N – Q
10:00 – 10:30 a.m. R – T
10:30 – 11:00 a.m. U – Z

Office of Orientation Mission:

The primary goal of the orientation program is to acclimate new students to all aspects of Albright’s campus.  The program offers pre-orientation events throughout the summer for new students to begin making connections.  Orientation programs introduce new students to available resources that will aid in their transition to college academics, residential living, athletics, and other student involvement initiatives.  Post-orientation programs are offered to engage new students in the campus culture.  The overall purpose of the orientation program is to inspire confidence so that new students can balance new challenges and successfully adjust to college life.


  • Videos from Welcome Weekend 2017
    • Welcome Weekend 2017
    • POPs 2017 Flash Mob
    • Uniquely Albright 2017: a welcome weekend presentation
      Each member of the Albright community (also known as an Albrightian) is a unique individual. Once on campus, that uniqueness continues in the way Albrightians think, learn, live and speak. During Welcome Weekend, members of the senior class presented what it means to be an Albrightian, to actively pursue truth and justice while honoring, nurturing and celebrating human diversity in all its forms, and to live, think and act the Albrightian way.
  • Videos from Welcome Weekend 2016
    • Welcome Weekend 2016
    • Uniquely Albright. a Welcome Weekend Presentation
      Each member of the Albright community (also known as an Albrightian) is a unique individual. Once on campus, that uniqueness continues in the way Albrightians think, learn, live and speak. During Welcome Weekend, members of the senior class presented what it means to be an Albrightian, to actively pursue truth and justice while honoring, nurturing and celebrating human diversity in all its forms, and to live, think and act the Albrightian way.