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New Student OrientationNew Student Orientation

Congratulations to our new Eagles and welcome to Reinhardt University!

New Student Orientation (NSO) will be your first real taste of life as an Eagle and will help you “Earn Your Wings.”
To best serve your needs, two ½ day NSO sessions for both Freshman and Transfer students will be offered in December and January for those students enrolling for the first time at Reinhardt for the Spring 2015 semester.

You should plan to attend NSO on either:

  • Thursday, December 11 or
  • Friday, January 2

During your NSO session, you begin to feel at home on campus and you will….

  • Meet other new students as well as faculty and staff that are here to support your growth and development.
  • Learn how to get involved on campus and become familiar with all that Reinhardt has to offer.
  • Be introduced to your academic program, policies, curriculum and degree requirements.
  • Get advised and register for your first semester classes.

Take time to learn about NSO by browsing our website and be sure you come prepared for the start of the semester by reviewing the “Steps to SOAR” and completing all action items.
Remember to add to your safe senders list to ensure that you receive your orientation emails.
The Office of Student Activities is excited to share this experience with you and can't wait to introduce you to the Reinhardt family.  If you still have questions about NSO, please contact us by phone at (770) 720-5905 or by e-mail at  We look forward to meeting you when you arrive on campus.

Reserve your Place
NSO Dates and Schedule EagleBound Advising and Course Registration Orientation Fee


  • NSO is required for all undergraduate first-year, transfer and nontraditional undergraduate degree seeking students who enroll at the Main Campus of Reinhardt University.
  • Students admitted to our WAIT, adult degree or graduate degree programs will receive information pertaining to course registration directly from the individual program of study.
  • Non-Traditional/Adult Students: First-time freshmen and transfer students who are over the age of 25, with families and/or established careers are considered non-traditional students and thus are invited to attend one of the NSO sessions.

For more information contact:

Walter May
Assistant Dean of Students; Director of Student Activities