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Orientation Collection
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Call Number: UA12
Dates: 1941-2018
Physical Description: 2.89 Cubic feet
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: University of Rochester Archives

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content
Arrangement
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Access
Use
Citation
Related Materials
Separated Materials
Bibliography
Content List
1940s, 1941-1949
1950s, 1954-1959
1960s, 1961-1969
1970s, 1970-1979
1980s, 1980-1989
1990s, 1990-1999
2000s, 2000-2009
2010s, 2010-2018
Collection Overview
Title: Orientation Collection
Call Number: UA12
Dates: 1941-2018
Physical Description: 2.89 Cubic feet
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: University of Rochester Archives

Biographical/Historical Note
According to Arthur J. May's A History of the University of Rochester, the University added an office dedicated to Freshman Orientation Camp in 1919. The earliest orientations consisted of a week before the start of classes when freshmen could familiarize themselves with their classmates and campus through social activities. Incoming students also attended speeches and presentations by University administrators and special guests, and they took placement exams. This orientation was called Freshman Week or Frosh Week. Freshman Week schedules indicate that the Frosh Week Committee, made up of undergraduates, planned the non-academic parts of Orientation. In 1958, the Interpres yearbook highlighted how this committee focused on "activities [embracing] a freshman's orientation to every aspect of the University, its facilities, staff, and intellectual and social aims."

As described in the Fall 1967 issue of Rochester Review, Orientation changed in several ways in 1964. In addition to Frosh Week, several earlier, summer sessions were organized and each incoming freshman was assigned to one of two or three sessions. Typically these sessions took place over three days in June, July, or August, so they were known as "Summer Orientation." This preliminary event focused on activities such as taking identification pictures, receiving advice on college programs, learning about University services, and a few social activities. Additionally, during this student Summer Orientation, a separate program was provided for parents, where they met with administration and became acquainted with the University through various events such as a Social Hour, a Symposium on Academics, and Family Workshops.

The term Frosh Week was no longer used after the 1980s. From 1989 to 1999, Orientation was called Focus on First Year and/or Yellowjacket Days (not to be confused with the Yellowjacket Day/Weekend that occurs near the beginning of the academic year.) Over the years, programs varied in duration from two days to a week. Beginning in 1984, the Freshman Ventures Program was offered to incoming freshmen; it brought together small groups of students and faculty for a year of study around one of four multidisciplinary topics or "Ventures." In the early 1990s, Wilson Day, a daylong event dedicated to community service, became an important part of Orientation. In 2000, Summer Orientation sessions were discontinued, and a weeklong program, encompassing various events for incoming students and their families, was established a week before the start of classes.

Over time the established staff of the Orientation Office came to include a director, an assistant director, student leaders, and volunteers. Directors and assistant directors work full-time to plan Orientation, ensuring it is well organized, meets students' needs and state requirements, and stays within budget. Student leaders organize Orientation alongside other staff, while Orientation Volunteers, also students, are responsible for helping freshmen settle in upon arrival to campus.

In the 2010s, Orientation continued traditions established in the 2000s such as having a different theme each year, while providing a wider range of events (for example a fair in the field house where student groups, University offices, and non-University entities have informational tables and offer giveaways). Some highlights from the decade include "Red Light/Green Light," "Celebrate Diversity," and the Candlelight Ceremony.

Scope and Content
The collection contains material related to Orientation programs for first-year undergraduate students, including transfer students, from 1941 onward. Items within the collection tend to address one of three audiences: students, their families, or staff and faculty at the University.

Materials available to students at Orientation have included schedules, welcome packets, and ephemera. Freshman Week schedules (1940s-1960s) list events with their date and time. Student Orientation Program schedules, distributed during the summer from the early 1960s to 2000, include a detailed schedule, maps and directions, placement questionnaires, information about first-years' courses, departments, and advanced-placement credit. Multiple sessions were often held for Orientation programs in a given year. Some schedules, therefore, resemble one another but are designated for Session I, Session II, or Session III, or by dates of events. In 2000, schedules contained events similar to those offered during Frosh Week and Summer Orientation, as well as newer events covering topics such as communal principles, diversity, sexual misconduct, the Medical Emergency Response Team (MERT), and academic pathways. The collection also contains welcome/enrollment packets from the early 2000s, which contain welcome letters, forms, and information about academics, the academic calendar, financial aid, housing, dining, disability services, information technology, health services, and Public Safety, among other topics. Additional ephemera consists mainly of flyers publicizing student organizations and activities.

Materials intended for families, particularly parents, have included registration forms, program schedules (providing descriptions of events and information about the Parent Orientation Program), guidebooks/handbooks, and flyers. The collection contains guidebooks from 1954 to 1964, with some gaps. The Guidebook for Parents of Freshmen (sometimes titled Guidebook for Parents of Freshman Women or Guidebook for Parents of Freshman Men) addresses topics such as permission for out-of-town travel, academic expectations and grading, student resources (such as freshmen advisers, religious counselors, health officers, social advisers, and vocational counselors), financial aid, dormitory regulations, and a telephone directory. The collection also includes issues of the Parent Handbook from the 1980s to the early 2000s. These contain more detail than earlier guidebooks, covering topics such as academic life, student life, student services, facilities, financial matters, calendars, and maps.

Materials intended for use by staff and faculty tend to focus on the planning of Orientation programs. Material varies by year but often consists of correspondence, speeches, and manuals/handbooks for advisers of first-year students (containing lists of University services, resources available to students, and lists of students' frequently asked questions).

Ephemera, often not created by but approved by Orientation staff, consists mainly of flyers publicizing organizations and opportunities. The target audience for these is usually students and parents. When a large amount of ephemera is present for a given year, it has been subdivided into the following categories: student organizations and opportunities; parents; and University services, events, and publications.

Arrangement
Materials, including ephemera, have been arranged chronologically. Within a given year, materials have been organized further according to their intended audience (students, parents/families, or faculty/staff). Additional ephemera, when present, has been placed last in the material in a given year.

Immediate Source of Acquisition
Transferred from the Orientation Office by Director of Orientation Eleanor Oi beginning in 2013. Two freshman adviser manuals (1991 and 1992) and one transfer adviser manual (Fall 1987) were transferred by Suzanne O'Brien in 2016.Access
For access to this collection, please contact the University of Rochester Archives (archives@library.rochester.edu) at least two business days prior to your planned visit.

Please note: Some materials may be restricted or require permission for use.

Use
To request reproductions or permission to publish materials from the collection, please contact the University of Rochester Archives (archives@library.rochester.edu). Researchers may be responsible for determining any copyright questions.



Citation
[Item title, item date], Orientation Collection, UA12, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of RochesterRelated Materials
College of Arts and Science: Summer Orientation Program Papers, 1971-1972

Student Activities Office: Subject Folders, 1926-1967

Wilson Day Materials

Separated Materials
Issues of the handbook for first-year students have been removed and are available as cataloged materials.

Three-dimensional objects relating to orientation have been added to the Museum Objects Collection. These include T-shirts, sunglasses, bags, and pens, among other items.

University of Rochester course schedules (1968-1969) have been added to the Course Schedules Collection, and issues of the Adviser's Handbook have been added to that collection.

Bibliography
Interpres, University of Rochester, 1948, page 116.

Interpres, University of Rochester, 1959, page 95.

Interpres, University of Rochester, 1968, page 50.

"For Rochester Students: A Broadening of Curricular Horizons," Rochester Review, Spring 1984, page 23. Dept. of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, University of Rochester.

May, Arthur J. "Beyond the Curriculum." A History of the University of Rochester . Unabridged Version. Dept. of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, University of Rochester.

"Senior's Summer," Rochester Review>, Fall 1967, pages 12-13. Dept. of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, University of Rochester.


Administrative Information
Author: Irene Farinas (Class of 2018) and Alma Rocha (Class of 2019)
Publisher: University of Rochester Archives
Address: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation
River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester
500 Joseph C. Wilson Blvd.
Rochester, New York 14627-0055
archives@library.rochester.edu

Finding aid publication date: 2017-2018
Content List
1940s, 1941-1949
Box 1, Folder 1Freshman Week Schedule for Prince Street Campus, 1941
Box 1, Folder 2Freshman Week Schedule for Prince Street Campus; Tentative Freshman Week Schedule for College for Men, 1942
Box 1, Folder 3Freshman Week Schedules for College for Men and College for Women, 1949
1950s, 1954-1959
Box 1, Folder 4Guidebook for Parents of Freshman Women, 1954
Box 1, Folder 5Freshman Week Schedule, 1955
Box 1, Folder 6Guidebook for Parents of Freshman Men, 1955
Box 1, Folder 7Freshman Week Schedule, 1956
Box 1, Folder 8Guidebook for Parents of Freshman Women, 1956
Box 1, Folder 9Guidebook for Parents of Freshman Students; Guidebook for Parents of Freshman Men, 1957
Box 1, Folder 10Guidebook for Parents, 1959
1960s, 1961-1969
Box 1, Folder 11Freshman Week Schedule, 1961
Box 1, Folder 12Guidebook for Parents, 1961
Box 1, Folder 13Freshman Week Schedules, 1962
Box 1, Folder 14Guidebook for Parents, 1962
Box 1, Folder 15Report on Meetings to Discuss Freshman Week (copy); Dr. Douglas Knight's Speech; Press Release about Freshman Week (copy), 1962
Dr. Douglas Knight was the president of Lawrence College from 1954 to 1963. After leaving Lawrence College, he was the president of Duke University until 1969.
In the report discussing Freshman Week, the co-chairmen of the event make suggestions about the following topics: casual get-togethers and mixers, assignment of two student leaders and one faculty member to small groups of freshmen, guest speakers, and men's and women's Frosh Camps. Their suggestions focused on building student relationships, providing intellectual stimulation, and creating a sense of community through small discussion groups.

Box 1, Folder 16Freshman Week Schedule, 1963
Box 1, Folder 17Guidebook for Parents, 1963
Box 1, Folder 18Freshman Week Schedule; Pamphlet about Religion on Campus, 1964
Box 1, Folder 19Guidebook for Parents, 1964
Box 1, Folder 20Freshman Week Schedule, 1965
Box 1, Folder 21Freshman Week Schedule; Summer Orientation Program Schedule, 1966
Box 1, Folder 22Parents' Orientation Program Schedule, 1966
Box 1, Folder 23Freshman Week Schedule, 1967
Box 1, Folder 24Correspondence from Co-Chairmen of Freshman Week to J. Richard Goldstein (Class of 1932), 1967 July 22
The co-chairmen, Lynn McCracken and Ed Glucksman, thank Goldstein for accepting an invitation to deliver a keynote address at Convocation.

Box 1, Folder 25Freshman Week Schedule, 1968
Box 1, Folder 26Mailing 1: Class of 1972, circa 1968 May 11
Includes list of contents, welcome letter from President W. Allen Wallis, and information about topics such as registration for orientation, advising, and housing.

Box 1, Folder 27Mailing 2: Class of 1972, circa 1968 June 7
Includes list of contents and information for summer and September orientation programs. Some materials for September orientation that appear in the list of contents are not present in the file.

Box 1, Folder 28Freshman Week Schedule; Program Planning Supplement, 1969
1970s, 1970-1979
Box 1, Folder 29Freshman Week Schedule, 1970
Box 1, Folder 30Summer Orientation Program Schedules; Courses for Freshmen, 1971
Box 1, Folder 31Parent Orientation Program Schedules, 1971
Box 1, Folder 32Feedback Form; Group Discussion Checklist, 1971
Box 1, Folder 33Summer Orientation Program Schedule; Summer Orientation Program Registration; Freshman Week Schedule, 1972
Box 1, Folder 34Information for Discussion Groups; Frosh-Faculty Luncheon; Frosh Week Committees, 1972
Box 1, Folder 35Student Orientation Program Schedule; Freshman Activities; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule, 1973
Box 1, Folder 36Summer Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; Frosh Week Schedule, 1974
Box 1, Folder 37Parents' Orientation Program Schedule, 1974
Box 1, Folder 38Summer Orientation Program Schedules; Student Orientation Program Information, 1975
Box 1, Folder 39Parents' Orientation Program Schedules, 1975
Box 1, Folder 40Big Sister-Little Sister Program; Summer Orientation Program Information and Courses for Freshmen, 1976
Contains two copies of the handbook Summer Orientation Program Information and Courses for Freshmen. Other materials, which include correspondence, summer and parents' orientation schedules, and a course description, were previously inserted within the handbooks. Those loose items have been placed in front of the handbook in which they appeared.]

Box 1, Folder 41Parents' Orientation Program Letter and Registration Form, 1976
Box 1, Folder 42Adviser's Handbook, 1976
Box 1, Folder 43Adviser's Handbook Inserts, 1976
Contains material that had been inserted in the 1976 Adviser's Handbook.
Contains confidential information.

Box 1, Folder 44Summer Orientation Program Information and Courses for Freshmen; Opportunities for Involvement, 1977
Box 1, Folder 45Parents' Orientation Program; Speech by Professor Harmon Holcomb, professor of philosophy and religious studies, at Parents' Orientation Banquet, 1977
Box 2, Folder 1Summer Orientation Handbook, 1977
Handbook was used for review of programs and consists of Summer Orientation Program and Transfer Orientation Program schedules, program reviewer's schedule, 101 Questions Freshmen Always Ask, and Courses for Freshmen handbook.

Box 2, Folder 2Students' Orientation Program Schedule; Students' Orientation Program Arrival Packet, 1978
Students' Orientation Program arrival packet includes residence halls brochure, freshman handbook, information about services for students and their spouses, information about Freshman Field Day, and flyers for Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Ski Club, and Hillel.

Box 2, Folder 3Parents' Orientation Program Schedule; Parents' Orientation Program Arrival Packet; Parents' Guide to Life at the University of Rochester, 1978
Parents' Orientation Program arrival packet includes correspondence from the Parents' Council regarding Parents' Weekend, a survey about a summer program for prospective students and parents, an issue of Notes for Parents, a Campus Times subscription letter, and the November 14, 1977 issue of the Campus Times.

Box 2, Folder 4Parents' Orientation Program Schedule, 1979
Box 2, Folder 5Adviser's Handbook, 1979
For preservation reasons, materials were transferred from a binder to a folder.

Box 2, Folder 6Orientation Programs Letterhead, late 1970s
1980s, 1980-1989
Box 2, Folder 7Students' Orientation Program Schedule; Residence Halls Information, 1980
Box 2, Folder 8Parents' Orientation Program Schedule; Parent Handbook, 1980
Box 2, Folder 9Frosh Week Schedule, 1982
Box 2, Folder 10Ephemera, 1983, circa 1983
Includes flyers for the Sports Fair, River Campus musical groups, Women's Caucus, fraternities and sororities, and the Navigators; information about WRUR Radio; and information about financing higher education.

Box 2, Folder 11Frosh Week Schedule; Students' Orientation Program Schedule; Outdoor Orientation Information; Freshman Ventures, 1984
Box 2, Folder 12Parents' Orientation Program Schedule; Parents' Orientation Program Registration; Parent Handbook, 1984
Box 2, Folder 13Advisers' Information Session Handbook, 1984
Box 2, Folder 14Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; Freshman Week Schedule, 1985
Box 2, Folder 15Parents' Orientation Program Schedule; Parents' Orientation Program Registration, 1985
Box 2, Folder 16Correspondence from Orientation Director; Orientation Name Tag, 1985
Name tag belonged to Robert Kraus.

Box 2, Folder 17Winter Orientation Schedule; Student Orientation Program Schedule; Freshman Week Schedule, 1986
Box 2, Folder 18Parents' Orientation Program Schedule; Parent Handbook, 1986
Box 2, Folder 19Program Review Information, 1986
Box 2, Folder 20Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; Student Orientation Program Schedule; Frosh Week Schedule, 1987
Includes flyer for showing of Spike Lee's film She's Gotta Have It in Hubbell Auditorium.
A copy of the Class of 1987 Freshman Course Handbook, available as a cataloged publication, has been removed. A photocopy of the front cover, showing a note attached, is included in the file.

Box 2, Folder 21Parent Orientation Program Schedules; Parent Handbook, 1987
Box 3, Folder 1Orientation Programs Letter; Transfer Students' Adviser Manual; Freshman Students' Adviser Manual, 1987
Box 3, Folder 2Orientation Letterhead, 1987
Box 3, Folder 3Frosh Week Schedule; Transfer Orientation Schedule; Student Orientation Program Schedule; Mid-Year Orientation Program Schedule, 1988
Box 3, Folder 4Parent Handbook; Parent Orientation Program Schedule, 1988
Box 3, Folder 5Freshman Adviser Manual; Photocopies of 1988 Summer Orientation Program Staff Photographs, 1988
Box 3, Folder 6Student Orientation Program Schedules; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; Freshman Week Schedule; Freshman Ventures Program, 1989
Box 3, Folder 7Focus on the First Year Schedule; Letterheads; Photocopy of "A Historical Look at the Freshman Experience", 1989
Materials originally placed within a pocket folder have been removed and placed behind the folder.

Box 3, Folder 8Parent Handbook; Parent Orientation Program Schedules, 1989
Box 3, Folder 9Program Review Information for Advisers, 1989
Box 3, Folder 10Orientation Programs Envelope, circa 1980s
1990s, 1990-1999
Box 3, Folder 11Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; Freshman Ventures Program, 1990
Box 3, Folder 12Parent Orientation Program Schedule, 1990
Box 3, Folder 13Freshman Adviser Manual, 1990
Box 3, Folder 14Student Orientation Program Schedule, 1991
Box 3, Folder 15Freshman Adviser Manual; Photocopy of Orientation Staff Photograph, 1991
Box 3, Folder 16Student Orientation Program Schedule; Freshman Ventures, 1992
Box 3, Folder 17Freshman Adviser Manual, 1992
Box 3, Folder 18Common Application; Admissions Office Correspondence, 1992
Contains confidential information.
Contents were previously housed within 1992 Freshman Adviser Manual.

Box 3, Folder 19Non-Traditional Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Student Handbook; Freshman Ventures, 1993
Box 3, Folder 20Parent Orientation Program Schedule; Parent Handbook, 1993
Box 3, Folder 21Correspondence from Orientation Director; Student Orientation Evaluations, 1993
Letters from Orientation Director Lisa Norwood. Attached to her October 1, 1993 letter are comments from students regarding Orientation 1993. These evaluations would later be used in the planning of Orientation 1994.

Box 3, Folder 22Mid-Year Orientation Program Schedule; Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedules, 1994
Box 3, Folder 23Parent Orientation Program Schedule; Facts for Parents; Parent Handbook, 1994
Box 3, Folder 24Correspondence from Orientation Director Lisa Norwood, 1994
Box 4, Folder 1Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; Orientation Flyer; Photographic Collage, 1995
Box 4, Folder 2Parent Orientation Program Schedule; Parent Handbook, 1995
Box 4, Folder 3Correspondence from Orientation Director, 1995
Correspondence from Orientation Director Lisa Norwood includes information about 1995 orientation dates, student staff, and planning committees.

Box 4, Folder 4Orientation Photographs, 1995
Box 4, Folder 5Student Orientation Program Activity Books; Mid-Year Orientation Program Schedule, 1996
The theme of the 1996 Student Orientation Program was "UR Piecing It Together." The Activity Book served as a guide for the "puzzle and game theme" of orientation. It also includes a schedule.

Box 4, Folder 6Parent Orientation Program Flyer; Parent Handbook; Parent Orientation Program Schedule, 1996
Box 4, Folder 7Correspondence from Director of Orientation Programs, 1996
Correspondence from Director of Orientation Programs Mary Nenno Ratigan includes information about 1996 orientation student staff.

Box 4, Folder 8Student Orientation Program Schedule; Orientation Flyer; Yellowjacket Days Schedule, 1997
Box 4, Folder 9Parent Orientation Program Schedule; Parent Handbook, 1997
Box 4, Folder 10Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; Yellowjacket Days Schedule, 1998
Box 4, Folder 11Parent Orientation Program Schedule; Parent Handbook, 1998
Flat Box 1, Folder 3Orientation Photographs, 1998
Flat Box 1, Folder 4-7Layout for Orientation Publication with Photographs, 1998
Box 4, Folder 12Student Orientation Program Schedule; Yellowjacket Days Schedule, 1999
Box 4, Folder 13Parent Orientation Program Schedule; Parent Handbook, 1999
Box 4, Folder 14Correspondence from Dean of the College, 1999
Correspondence from Dean of the College William Scott Green includes information about 1999 orientation dates.

Box 4, Folder 15Self-Guided Tour of University Offices, circa 1990s
2000s, 2000-2009
Box 4, Folder 16Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule, 2000
Box 4, Folder 17Parent Orientation Program Schedule, 2000
Box 4, Folder 18Student Orientation Program Schedule, 2001
Box 4, Folder 19Parent Orientation Program Schedule; Parent Orientation Program Registration; Parent Handbook, 2001
Box 4, Folder 20Student Orientation Program Schedule, 2002
Box 4, Folder 21Parent Handbook, 2002
Box 4, Folder 22Student Orientation Programs Schedule; Transfer Student Orientation Programs Schedule, 2003
Box 4, Folder 23Parent Orientation Program Schedule, 2003
Box 4, Folder 24Student Orientation Programs Schedule; A Guide to Getting off Campus at the University of Rochester, 2004
Box 4, Folder 25Parent Orientation Program Schedule; Parents and Families Orientation Programs Schedule, 2004
Box 5, Folder 1Orientation Program Schedules; Party Flyer; Dining Services Orientation Week Schedule, 2005
Box 5, Folder 2Welcome Packet, 2005
Materials have been removed from pocket folder and placed after the folder.

Box 5, Folder 3Parent and Family Orientation Programs Schedule, 2005
Box 5, Folder 4Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; Research Rochester; Welcome Packet, 2006
Materials have been removed from Welcome Packet pocket folder and placed after the folder.

Box 5, Folder 5Parent Orientation Program Schedule, 2006
Box 5, Folder 6Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; Freshman Orientation Program Schedule; Ephemera; Orientation Pocket Folder, 2008
Box 5, Folder 7Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; "Prima Facie: An Insider's Look at the History and Traditions of the University of Rochester"; Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; Campus Map, 2009
Box 5, Folder 8Parent Orientation Program Schedules, 2009
Box 5, Folder 9-10Enrolling Packet, 2009
Materials have been removed from pocket folder and placed after the folder.

2010s, 2010-2018
Box 5, Folder 11Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; "Prima Facie: An Insider's Look at the History and Traditions of the University of Rochester", 2010
Flat Box 1, Folder 1Posters for students: "Become an Orientation Leader," "Apply to be an Orientation Volunteer," "Hindsight is 2020", 2010-2016
The"Hindsight is 2020" poster advertises an informational event intended for the Class of 2020 and Orientation is one of several groups present.

Box 5, Folder 12Parent Orientation Program Schedule, 2010
Box 5, Folder 13Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; Student Handbook; "Prima Facie: An Insider's Look at the History and Traditions of the University of Rochester", 2011
Box 5, Folder 14Parent Orientation Program Schedule, 2011
Box 6, Folder 1Ephemera: Student Organizations and Opportunities, 2011
Box 6, Folder 2Ephemera: Parents, 2011
Box 6, Folder 3Ephemera: University Services, Events, and Publications, 2011
Box 6, Folder 4Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; Student Mid-year Orientation Program Schedule; Memo, 2012
Box 6, Folder 5Parent Orientation Program Schedule, 2012
Box 6, Folder 6Speech by Dr. Patricia Chess, Class of 1991 (Res) at Orientation Legacy Lunch, 2012
Box 6, Folder 7Ephemera: Student Organizations and Opportunities, 2012
Box 6, Folder 8Ephemera: Parents, 2012
Box 6, Folder 9Ephemera: University Services, 2012
Box 6, Folder 10Ephemera: University Events and Publications, 2012
Flat Box 1, Folder 2Orientation Posters Showing Themes, 2012, 2014, 2017
Box 6, Folder 11Student Mid-year Orientation Program Schedule, 2013
Box 6, Folder 12Parent Orientation Program Schedule, 2013
Box 6, Folder 13Ephemera: Student Organizations and Opportunities, 2013
Box 6, Folder 14Ephemera: Parents, 2013
Box 6, Folder 15Ephemera: University Services, 2013
Box 6, Folder 16Ephemera: University Events and Publications, 2013
Box 7, Folder 1Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; "Prima Facie: An Insider's Look at the History and Traditions of the University of Rochester"; Play Festival Flyer; Student Mid-year Orientation Program Schedule, 2014
Box 7, Folder 2Parent Orientation Program Schedule, 2014
Box 7, Folder 3Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; "Prima Facie: An Insider's Look at the History and Traditions of the University of Rochester"; Ephemera; International Student Orientation Program Guide, 2015
Box 7, Folder 4Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; International Student Orientation Program Guides; Ephemera, 2016
Box 7, Folder 5Parent Orientation Program Schedule; International Parent and Family Orientation Program Schedule, 2016
Box 7, Folder 6Student Orientation Program Schedule; Transfer Orientation Program Schedule; Orientation Expo; Countdown to Convocation; Student Mid-year Orientation Program Schedule, 2017
Box 7, Folder 7Parent and Family Orientation Program Schedule; International Parent and Family Orientation Program Schedule, 2017
Box 7, Folder 8Orientation Expo, 2018


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