Orientation and Registration
First-time freshmen, even those who are non-traditional or adults students, should make plans to attend LSUS' Freshman Orientation. This will give new students a head start on the university experience. It is a comprehensive program designed specifically for the first-time freshman, to provide information to ease the transition into college life.
Freshman Orientation is conducted in small groups, by students for students. LSUS student leaders will assist new freshmen in exploring the variety of academic and co-curricular opportunities on campus. Incoming freshmen participating in Freshman Orientation will meet current LSUS students; learn about academic majors, campus organizations, and social/leadership opportunities; receive individualized assistance in class scheduling; and complete registration for classes.
To attend Freshman Orientation, you must first be fully admitted to LSUS. You will be notified by the Admissions Office of your admission status. Once you have completed the LSUS application process and been fully admitted to LSUS, the Admissions Office will contact you with the instructions for reserving your spot for Freshman Orientation.
Prior to registration, transfer students must be cleared for admission to the university by the Admissions and Records Office. To ensure that their admission status is complete, students MUST HAVE submitted all application materials and supporting documents.
Students registering during the early registration period are required to pay tuition and fees by the fee payment deadline. Approved financial aid can be applied to tuition and fees.
Financial aid will not be processed until official transcripts from all colleges attended have been received and evaluated