REQUIRED. You can mail a check to the Admissions Office, 4245 East Ave., Rochester, NY 14618. Or you can pay online using a bank account transfer: Use your MyNaz account and password to log in to NazNet; here’s a video showing how.
Preference in housing selection is based on your deposit date. Living on campus is required for your first two years unless you're living with a parent or guardian within a 30-mile radius of campus. Fill out the online housing (and meal plan) application.
REQUIRED to start classes. Submit your immunization records online. First, obtain your immunization record from your physician's office. Beginning one week after you've paid your deposit to Nazareth, use the Naz Student Health Portal to submit the required information. Questions? Contact Health Services, email@example.com or 585-389-2500.
In early June, Campus Safety mailed to your home address instructions about how to get your NazID (the identification card required for all students), a parking permit (if you'll have a car on campus), and a security escort beeper (optional). If you replied by July 15, items will be sent to you in early August. Otherwise, please come to the Campus Safety office when you arrive on campus.
REQUIRED (Freshmen). A July 6 message to your Naz email provided a summer reading assignment that all freshmen complete before orientation. The book will be discussed in your Academic and College Success course, beginning during orientation in late August. Questions? Contact Andy Morris, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you haven't declared a major, you will get help through our GEM: Guided Exploration of Majors program. If you have questions, contact Josh Hine, academic counselor, email@example.com, or call 585-389-2870.
Will you be looking for a part-time or work-study job? Career Services has the scoop on working on campus, hiring procedures, eligibility, and more. Most Naz work study jobs are posted in August. Jobs will continue to get added. You can sort them by post date to see the newest ones posted.
What hardware or software will you need? What's the internet access around campus and in the residence halls? ITS has answers.
In the Shults Center, we have our very own Barnes & Noble College Bookstore where you can find all your course books, Naz spirit-wear, gifts, snacks, and supplies. You can also visit the bookstore online.
Orientation for freshmen and transfer students begins Aug. 25, 2016. This 4-day event is packed with information and experiences to help you settle in and be successful. Parents are encouraged to attend the first day, which includes sessions for parents.
Classes begin Aug. 29, 2016. Key dates are on the 2016-17 academic calendar.
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