New student orientation and success programs
Students beginning in fall 2013 attend both Advising &
Registration and Fall Incipio
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Mark your calendars for the following events:
First-Year programs for success:
The below are optional programs designed to enhance student success as
they transition to SMU. Students are encouraged to choose a program that
fits their interest area for a transformational experience.
What is advising and registration (A&R)?
A&R combines math and English placement tests, one on one advising, and
registering for classes into an exciting two-day program. You will have
the opportunity to connect with faculty and staff while also getting to
enjoy events such as laser tag and an ice cream social with other new
students. Since you have the option of spending the night on campus, be
sure to bring bedding for a twin bed or sleeping bag, pillow, a towel,
What is Incipio?
Latin for "to begin or become," Incipio is your key to success
at Saint Martin's. Incipio is a four-day orientation program designed to
fit your needs as a first-year student. The schedule is full of
information and fun including lunch at the SMU President's house, a day
of service, Coffee House music night, and much more!
Who should attend?
Every new student participates in the orientation programs. Family
members and supporters of students are welcome and encouraged to attend
events planned specifically to help connect them to the SMU community.
What is Leap-In Traditions Camp?
Leap-In Traditions Camp is a two-day adventure for 25 incoming
first-year SMU students at Camp Arnold in Eatonville, WA. Participants
will enjoy challenging outdoor exercises, team-building activities, and
opportunities to learn the history and tradition of Saint Martin's
University. Click here for more
information and to register!
Student participant who will be living on campus will move in on August
21, 2-5 p.m., prior to their departure.
What is Saints In Service?
Run through the Saint Martin's Office of Campus Ministry, "Saints In
Service, Finding God in the Poor" is a unique two-day experience in
which new students have the opportunity to engage with people
experiencing a variety of circumstances, providing them a chance to
connect not only with their fellow saints, but the world around them.
For more information or to register, visit
Saints in Service.