Montgomery College Student Services - Student Life
New Student Orientation (NSO)
Student Orientation (NSO) is designed to help you acclimate to the
college environment and transition successfully to Montgomery College. New Student Orientation is available in two different formats,
"In-Person" and "On Line". All degree and certificate seeking first
time students are required to complete New Student Orientation prior to
registering for classes. Students may complete the orientation online or in-person. If you complete on online orientation, you are welcome to join us for an in-person orientation as well to familiarize yourself with the particular campus on which you plan to attend classes.
In-Person New Student Orientation (NSO)
In-person New Student Orientation (NSO) programs last
about 3 hours. Participating in campus tours, interacting with our
Orientation Leaders, and attending information sessions will answer your
questions, connect you to campus resources, and prepare you for a
smooth start to your college career. Students must register for a
specific NSO program by completing the online Registration Form.
New Student Orientation Dates, Times, and Location:
Thursday, November 12th, 2015, 3:30pm-6:30pm -- HT 216
Wednesday December 2, 2015, 5:00pm-8:00pm -- HT 216
Thursday January 21, 2016, 5:00pm-8:00pm -- HT 216
Online New Student Orientation
MC's interactive, Online New Student Orientation offers
students a different option to learn the information presented during
the In-Person Orientation Sessions. To participate in the Online Student
Orientation, simply click on the link. You may complete the Online NSO
in one sitting or break it up into smaller segments. Students are
responsible for knowing the material covered in the Online Orientation
Program. Once you click the link, have your MyMC logiN information
ready to begin.
Click the link to begin the Online New Student Orientation:
Your first step in college success!
New Student Orientation is a great way for new students to become familiar with the Germantown Campus, meet some of the faculty and student leaders, as well as understand what is expected in the college atmosphere.
What you will learn at New Student Orientation:
- Library Information
- Importance of Student Involvement (Clubs, Student Senate, etc.)
- How to make the most out of your college experience
- Department Information
- Campus Resources
- First Year Experience program
- Money Management and Scholarships
Contact Student Life for more information:
(SA186) or 240-567-7840