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Director's Welcome

Hello students! With midterms and class scheduling on the horizon, we've already begun our planning process to meet our newest prospective students. With our Summer 2014 Orientation Team recently selected, we're excited about the opportunity to get to know a new class of students. That being said, please take the time to review the summer schedule and steps to take in order to prepare yourself for Orientation. Feel free to call our office or email us if you have any questions.

Sincerely,

Donna Gross, Director of New Student Orientation

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Contacts

Orientation Office
Shippensburg University
210 Old Main
1871 Old Main Drive
Shippensburg, PA 17257-2299
Voice: 717-477-1164
FAX: 717-477-4007
Email: orientation@ship.edu 

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Name

Felicia Franklin
 

Major 

Criminal Justice / French
 

Graduation Year (Of College)

2014
 

Extra-Curricular Activities 

Pi Delta Phi (National French Honor Society)
 

Favorite Quote

  "One can only see well with the heart, the essential is invisible to the eyes."
 

Why Did You Choose Shippensburg?   

I chose Shippensburg because of it was a fresh start, as well as highly recommended by lots of people. Attending Shippensburg has definitely put me to ease with my decision. The campus, faculty, and staff, and all of the students make the experience even better.

 

What is your favorite thing Ship has to offer?  

One of my favorite things Ship has to ofer is the various classes that you can take. You can pretty much attend any class you can think of and more. For example, the French department offered a practice and theory of French translation course this semester, which is a rare course found among college campuses across the nation. 
 

If you could give any one piece of advice to incoming students, what would it be?   

One piece of advice that I would have for incoming students is to take advantage of all of the opportunities offered across the campus. There are so many programs and clubs to be involved in that will help you network with others and stand out among the crowd.