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Freshman Student Orientation: Dusty Camp
Welcome to TAMIU!
Congratulations! We are excited about your acceptance to the University. Before you step foot into your Math 1301 course, there are a few things that you will need to know in order to prepare for your life as a Dustdevil. Freshman Student Orientation: Dusty Camp provides an unique experience that will help you adjust to the rigors of transitioning from high school to college life. Dusty Camp will assist with any questions you may have about financial aid, housing, academic expectations, and student involvement as a first year students at TAMIU. If you will be a new student in the spring, summer or fall of 2014, you will need to register for Dusty Camp 2014.
To register for Dusty Camp 2014 click on the link below:
Orientation is required for all new students and first-time freshmen.
Dusty Camp I (January 17, 2014)
Dusty Camp II (June 19 - 20, 2014)
Dusty Camp III (July 10 - 11, 2014)
Dusty Camp IV (July 24 - 25, 2014)
Dusty Camp V (July 31 - August 1, 2014)
Dusty Camp VI (August 11 - 12, 2014)
See what last year's students did at their Orientation by clicking links below.
Related Institutional Goals/Principles
|Imperative 1: Students||1.1 Attract and admit a diverse and international student body.|
|1.2 Increase enrollment, retention, and graduation rates.|
|1.3 Prepare students for successful leadership roles.|
|1.4 Engage students in activities that enrich their lives.|
|1.5 Provide programs and services that support established student outcomes.|
|1.6 Increase participation of students in study abroad programs|
|Imperative 3: Teaching and Learning||3.1 Establish and pursue student learning outcomes appropriate for each program and engage in systematic assessment and use of results for continuous quality improvement.|
Undergraduate Learning Principle 1: Respective and Expressive Communication Skills
Undergraduate Learning Principle 3: Integration and Application of Knowledge
Undergraduate Learning Principle 4: Understanding Society and Culture
Undergraduate Learning Principle 5: Appreciating Values and Ethics
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