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  • New Student Registration | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF New Student and Family Programs New Student and Family Programs About Us New Student Registration New Student Move In Week of Welcome Academic Day Out to Lunch Learning Communities Why Join Connections Honors Taking Care of Business TEACH Volunteer and Employment Opportunities Campus Resources Parent and Family Resources Winter of Welcome Congratulations and Welcome The Department of New Student and Family Programs is excited to welcome you and your family to campus Check out the next steps to officially become a Falcon STEP ONE It s time to sign up for New Student and Transfer Student Registration During this program you will meet with academic advisers select courses register for classes meet other new students and learn more about campus resources If you have been admitted for the Spring 2016 semester please select and confirm your registration date online When completing the sign up process you will need your Falcon ID and password Your Falcon ID was provided in your admission letter and you account password can be activated online STEP TWO We can t wait to see you at New Student or Transfer Student Registration Check out more information about the program and find the dates below Transfer Students Thursday January 21 2016 in the University Center Check in begins at 7 00am with Student IDs and Breakfast Program starts at 7 45am and ends at 1 00pm New Students Thursday January 21 2016 in the University Center Check in begins at 11 30am with Student IDs and Breakfast Program starts at 12 30pm and ends at 5 00pm STEP THREE Get to know more about UWRF and attend the Winter of Welcome We re already expecting you but check out more information

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/NewStudentAndFamilyPrograms/NewStudentRegistration.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • New Student Move-In | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF New Student and Family Programs New Student and Family Programs About Us New Student Registration New Student Move In Week of Welcome Academic Day Out to Lunch Learning Communities Why Join Connections Honors Taking Care of Business TEACH Volunteer and Employment Opportunities Campus Resources Parent and Family Resources Winter of Welcome New Student Move In is one of the most exciting days of your college experience it is the day you ll begin to make UWRF your new home away from home However Move In Day can also create a lot of anxiety for new students as you prepare to pack your belongings and leave home for the first time Questions and requests regarding New Student Move In should be directed to the Department of Residence Life For the Spring 2016 semester residence halls open for new and transfer students on Wednesday January 20 Students will also have an opportunity to get keys to their room during New Student Registration on Thursday January 21 Important Move In Reminders There will be a limited number of luggage carts near each hall for your use You will drop your belongings off outside the hall and then park your vehicle in a university parking lot this lot may be located a short walk from your hall As you are packing your belongings think about easy ways to carry items up stairs totes with handles spread out the heavy items into different boxes etc since most of our halls do not have elevators Please review the campus map to ensure the best possible Move In Day experience Many campus offices will be open to assist you during New Student Move In and Week

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/NewStudentAndFamilyPrograms/NewStudentMoveInDay.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • Week of Welcome | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF New Student and Family Programs New Student and Family Programs About Us New Student Registration New Student Move In Week of Welcome Academic Day Out to Lunch Learning Communities Why Join Connections Honors Taking Care of Business TEACH Volunteer and Employment Opportunities Campus Resources Parent and Family Resources Winter of Welcome Week of Welcome Week of Welcome WOW begins a few days before classes start in the fall and provides new students with the opportunity to meet classmates explore campus resources and learn about life as a Falcon all while having tons of fun Participation in WOW is expected of all new students so they have the information they need to make the most of their UWRF experience The outstanding faculty and staff at UWRF are committed to providing you with the best possible resources to make your undergraduate experience both rewarding and enriching However your experience and success will ultimately depend on you and on the extent to which you actively engage in the UWRF community and all of the opportunities it offers So get ready this is it Your UWRF

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/NewStudentAndFamilyPrograms/WeekOfWelcome.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • Academic Day | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    New Student and Family Programs About Us New Student Registration New Student Move In Week of Welcome Academic Day Out to Lunch Learning Communities Why Join Connections Honors Taking Care of Business TEACH Volunteer and Employment Opportunities Campus Resources Parent and Family Resources Winter of Welcome Academic Day marks the beginning of the academic year and welcomes new students to our community of scholars Students will begin to network and form relationships with faculty and classmates in their area of study gain a better understanding of academic expectations and explore resources that are available to support student success During Academic Day you will 1 Meet your academic advisor and learn how to best contact him or her 2 Learn more about UWRF and the resources available to you 3 Develop an understanding of your academic program and the expectations of your program 4 Begin to network and form relationships with other students in your area of study ACADEMIC DAY Tuesday September 1 2015 Tentative schedule Time Event Location 8 00 a m 8 45 a m WOW and Academic Day Check In for Students Living Off Campus University Center 8 45 a m 9 45 a m Orientation for Students Living Off Campus Learn more about important campus resources while connecting with other new students University Center 9 30 a m 9 45 a m Academic Day Check In for Students Living On Campus Your Residence Hall Lobby 10 00 a m 10 30 a m Academic Day Welcome Chancellor Provost and 2013 Distinguished Teacher welcome all new students to campus Melvin Wall Amphitheater 10 30 a m College and Department Meetings Connect with faculty staff and students in your area of study Various Locations 11 00 a m 2 00 p m Involvement Fair Explore a variety of student

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/NewStudentAndFamilyPrograms/AcademicDay.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • Out to Lunch | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF New Student and Family Programs New Student and Family Programs About Us New Student Registration New Student Move In Week of Welcome Academic Day Out to Lunch Learning Communities Why Join Connections Honors Taking Care of Business TEACH Volunteer and Employment Opportunities Campus Resources Parent and Family Resources Winter of Welcome Getting to know faculty is an important part of the college experience so we created Out to Lunch which promotes student and faculty interaction outside the classroom Students can invite their professor to lunch or breakfast or dinner in Riverside Commons We cover the cost of the faculty member s meal and students pay for their own meal with their meal plan Falcon Dollars cash or credit New students receive their first Out to Lunch ticket during WOW and can pick up additional tickets in the Department of New Student and Family Programs How does Out to Lunch work 1 Invite a professor to lunch by asking him her before or after class calling his her office sending him her an e mail 2 Use the Out to Lunch ticket you received during Week of Welcome or pick one up in the Department of New Student and Family Programs in South Hall Room 115 3 Enjoy a meal in Riverside Commons You can even take your professor to breakfast or dinner if you prefer 4 Have a great conversation with your professor Consider talking about a topic discussed in class an upcoming assignment how the professor s academic career developed why the professor came to UWRF what the professor enjoys about teaching your career goals and aspirations hobbies sports fine arts or anything else 5 Give us your feedback Send us an e mail and tell us more about your experience

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/NewStudentAndFamilyPrograms/OutToLunch.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • Learning Communities | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF New Student and Family Programs Learning Communities Learning Communities Why Join Connections Honors Taking Care of Business TEACH As a new student we invite you to participate in one of our residential learning communities Learning Community members choose to live in the same residence hall and take several classes with their floor members As a Learning Community participant we ll help you transition through academic and social challenges by providing a small supportive living and learning environment You can expect to interact closely with UWRF faculty staff and students and develop lasting relationships that will shape your undergraduate experience Selecting a Learning Community Once you ve been admitted you can indicate your preference for this type of living environment on your University Housing Contract Enrollment in each of our learning communities is limited The earlier you respond the greater your chance of being included in your community of choice It s important that you review each of the communities carefully before submitting your preferences By joining a Learning Community you agree to Participate for two semesters and live in the hall for your designated community Enroll in all courses designated for the Learning Community for both semesters unless you have approval from the Director of New Student and Family Programs to make changes from the official course schedule Participate as much as you are able in the official academic and social activities of your Learning Community in an effort to develop the relationships that are vital to its success Class Registration Once selected for the Learning Community you will be pre registered

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/NewStudentAndFamilyPrograms/LearningCommunities/Index.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • Why Join? | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Purchase Tickets Camps Clinics About UWRF Fast Facts Employment Directory Maps Directions UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF New Student and Family Programs Learning Communities Learning Communities Why Join Connections Honors Taking Care of Business TEACH Participation in a learning community offers a number of benefits all of which help promote your academic and personal success at UWRF As with every opportunity what you get out of the experience depends on what you put into it but the potential benefits of living in a learning community include enhanced academic and social opportunities improved GPA improved connection to faculty greater involvement in learning increased satisfaction with your UWRF experience and increased persistence to graduation Listed below are a variety of activities that are commonly included in our learning communities interaction with students who have similar academic goals common courses with a small group of students living with your community members career exploration service learning opportunities academic support introduction to university resources faculty mentoring and involvement leadership development

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/NewStudentAndFamilyPrograms/LearningCommunities/WhyJoin.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • Connections | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Global Opportunities Student Employment Health Wellness Safety Security Parking Transportation Services Resources Athletics Falcon Athletics Athletics Schedule Recruit Me Purchase Tickets Camps Clinics About UWRF Fast Facts Employment Directory Maps Directions UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF New Student and Family Programs Learning Communities Learning Communities Why Join Connections Honors Taking Care of Business TEACH Connections is a living and learning community for first year students living in the residence halls Participants are not limited by major so anyone is eligible to join regardless of area of study Connections offers increased support during the transition from high school to college The community helps students connect with academic cultural and social resources while providing opportunities to interact with some of the best faculty at UWRF Participants in the Connections Learning Community will enroll in the following General Education courses Fall Semester 6 credits COMS 101 Fundamentals of Oral Communication PSYC 101 General Psychology or SOCI 100 Introduction to Sociology Contact Us New Student and Family Programs nsfp

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/NewStudentAndFamilyPrograms/LearningCommunities/ConnectionsLearningCommunity.cfm (2016-02-16)
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