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Orientation

Congratulations on your acceptance to SUNY Cobleskill! We are proud of you and look forward to seeing you for the upcoming Fall 2021 semester. Your orientation experience is required for all new and transfer students. This summer you can sign up for any of our three virtual summer experiences. To register please click the button below. Keep an eye out for official correspondences, full directions and instructions via your Cobleskill email address.

Due to ongoing social distancing requirements, we will deliver our spring orientation in a digital format but will provide live virtual activities, programing and family sessions. It is our honor to begin launching your academic and social journey. If you have any questions, please contact us at orientation@cobleskill.edu, or visit this page for up-to-date information.

Session 1 is now closed.

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FAQ

Orientation will be self-paced for all registrants. All new students will be required to enter our online portal and watch our video content. New Students will also be asked to engage in our orientation leader’s evening activities. On average the orientation will take students three to four hours plus some social time meeting upperclassmen.

All official communication regarding SUNY Cobleskill and orientation will be sent to your SUNY Cobleskill email account. Students should start checking their email once accepted and deposited for fall 2021. If you are having trouble activating please go to https://www.cobleskill.edu/campus-life/residential-life/email-registration-instructions.aspx

Yes, all new students will need to register and participate in orientation for summer 2021.

It is our goal to help all new students get acclimated to campus and to the college. Students and families can call our office during regular business hours during orientation sessions (M-F 9am-4pm) or send an email with concerns to Orientation@cobleskill.edu.

Student will have additional programing from Residential Life and the office of Student Development. All new students will have required programing once on campus and settled.

Commuter and transfer students are required to attend orientation as well. We understand that transfer and commuter students have specific needs and will provide custom information for those student populations.

Yes, families are encouraged to participate in their own experience. Families can register with the student via the registration link Family members can sign -up with their student to view content and participate in a Q & A hosted by the Vice P