Crimson Days Summer 2019
Congratulations! You are even closer to becoming a Warrior. Your next step is to sign up for Crimson Day! During Crimson Day, you will learn about your new academic environment, find out about the support services available, and take the first steps toward transitioning to the RC community. You’ll meet key faculty and staff members and other incoming students, have your questions answered, register for courses, and learn about how you can get involved on campus. Actively participating in the new student orientation experience is an important aspect of facilitating your transition to Rochester College.
Register for Crimson Day:
Step one: Choose your preferred date and complete your registration form.
June 19 » (June 12 registration deadline)
July 1 » (June 24 registration deadline)
July 25 » (July 18 registration deadline)
August 8 » (Aug 1 registration deadline)
Step two: Complete your registration payment.
What to expect at Crimson Day:
PLAN YOUR FIRST YEAR AT RC : Review and make changes to your class schedule with an academic adviser.
STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES REVIEW: Meet with a Student Financial Services representative to review your financial aid package and billing statement.
STUDENT LIFE OFFICIAL BUSINESS: Stop by the Center for Student Life to have your Warrior ID photo taken (no hats please!) and pick up your parking tag.
LAST BUT NOT LEAST: You’ll take a deeper dive into your new community by being introduced to the resources available across campus. They will support you during your time at RC and beyond.
Crimson Day Schedule:
|9:30AM||Making Connections||9:30AM||Deans Reception|
|10:00AM||Student Involvement||10:00AM||Transitioning to College: Surviving to Thriving|
|10:30AM||Break||10:45AM||Mental and Emotion Well-Being|
|10:45AM||Self-Care: Being Your Best Self||11:30AM||Break|
|11:45AM||Student Panel||11:45AM||Faith Development in Young Adults|
|12:00AM||Lunch with Deans||12:15PM||Lunch with Parent Panel|
|1:00PM||Workshop #1||Workshop Descriptions|
|2:10PM||Workshop #2||Students and parents will travel through a prescribed rotation of
workshops, based on their assigned cohort. These workshops will include introductions to Academics, Vocation and an individual meeting with a representative from Student Financial Services.