Spring 2019 V-Hawk Orientation

Spring V-Hawk Orientation

Destination: Viterbo University

Jan. 11, 2019

Welcome New V-Hawks!

V-Hawk Orientation is a great way to start your Viterbo experience and is designed to make students' transition to Viterbo as smooth and enjoyable as possible. Studies show that students who attend and participate in orientation are more successful, more involved, and more knowledgeable about their campus than students who do not attend orientation programming. To ensure student success, attendance at V-Hawk Orientation is mandatory for all incoming first-year students and transfer students.

V-Hawk Spring Orientation will take place on Friday, January 11, 2019. The first day of spring semester classes is Monday, January 14, 2019.  A link to the Orientation schedule can be found below.  Orientation Registration has now closed, but if you have questions, please feel free to contact Kirsten Gabriel, Director of Student Life and Orientation, at kkgabriel@viterbo.edu.

Spring Orientation Schedule

Looking for information regarding New International Student Orientation?  Click here!

During V-Hawk Orientation Days, new students will meet with faculty and current students, get their University ID, and connect with people and resources that will help them be successful during their first semester at the University.

**DON'T FORGET - all new domestic undergraduate students must complete MyStudentBody online trainings BEFORE they can move on campus (new students residing off-campus must complete the trainings before they can pick up their Viterbo IDs).**  Check your Viterbo email for instructions on how to complete these required trainings.

More Information

  • If you have additional questions about V-Hawk Orientation, please contact the Office of Student Life and Orientation emailing orientation@viterbo.edu or by calling 608-796-3844.
  • If you have questions about courses or registration, please contact your Academic Advisor or the Center for Student Success by emailing studenthelp@viterbo.edu or by calling 608-796-3084.