Welcome new Bulldogs!
DOG DAYS: New Student Orientation assists transfer students in starting their Fresno State career on the right track. Attending orientation is an important step in making the transition to life as a Bulldog and is the best way to acclimate yourself as a new Fresno State student.
DOG DAYS gives students the opportunity to meet with an academic counselor, meet with a department advisor from your major, and receive priority registration. While new transfer students may already be familiar with college, it is also an opportunity to learn about all of the policies and procedures that are unique to Fresno State.
Transfer students are required to attend orientation and must accept admission to the university in order to register for Dog Days. Parents and guests are welcome to attend and will have separate concurrent programming.
Students may begin registering for summer orientation on March 15, 2015 via my.fresnostate.edu.
Reserve your spot early, dates will fill up quickly.
Click here for the dates of orientation.
If you are interested in what will be going on, check the orientation schedule to see what your orientation day will look like.
There is a lot of information to learn during orientation. Therefore, students must be present for the entire program in order to be cleared for registration. No exceptions.
Preparing for orientation
There are some things that need to be done before your DOG DAY. Check the pre-orientation checklist mailed by the Admissions & Records office to make sure you come prepared.
Summer orientation program fees:
- Student: $70
- Parent/Guest: $20 for the first guest, $15 for each additional guest
* NO refunds will be issued once payment is made.
The fees cover:
- Program materials
- Lunchtime meals
- Administrative costs
- Staff salaries