MSU’s incoming freshmen are starting to get their first tastes of the currently steaming hot dorm life.
MSU’s Academic Orientation Program, or AOP, began on June 10 and will run through July 22.
The program, which is a requirement for incoming freshmen, is a two-day program. Students are required to stay overnight in Case Hall.
According to AOP, “Students who do not spend the night in Case Hall and complete all day 2 orientation scheduled activities will be disenrolled from their classes.”
During the program, students will be receiving their MSU ID cards, go through math and foreign language placement testing and receive academic advising.
Students will also receive this year’s One Book, One Community selection, “Yellow Birds” by Kevin Powers.
MSU Schedule Builder has been closed to other MSU students through July 22. The enrollment system may be accessed again on July 23.