Welcome!

Welcome to your Class of 2026 Orientation homepage! Beginning in May and going through August, you will be provided with several opportunities to connect to Stonehill through an in-person orientation, presentations and social opportunities! This website is here to serve as your home base for all of your Orientation information. Here you will find information on our overnight June Orientation program, as well as other tips and checkboxes to accomplish before you begin in August. 

Summer Orientation

June 21-22 or June 24-25
We are very excited to welcome the Class of 2026 to our in-person, overnight Orientation experience! These two-day programs will provide our first-year students the opportunity to learn more about their soon-to-be Stonehill experience.
Additionally, we will host a one-day program for our families on the first day of each Orientation Session.

New-Student Next Steps & Deadlines

Please review our New-Student Next Steps & Deadlines, and complete tasks as soon as you can to ensure a smooth transition to college and a fulfilling first-semester experience.

Meet Your Orientation Leaders

Orientation Leaders (OL) are Stonehill students with a passion to welcome in the Class of 2026! They have participated in more than 45 hours of training to assist in your transition from high school to college. Each student will be placed in an Orientation group this summer with two OLs serving as your guides. These student leaders will be with you through various presentations and group meetings to help you become more familiar and comfortable with Stonehill resources and services. They will also provide you with valuable information based upon their own experiences as Stonehill students.

  • Next Steps & Deadlines

    Please review your New-Student Next Steps & Deadlines, and complete tasks as soon as you can to ensure that your first semester experience is as fulfilling as possible.

  • Campus Resources

    Throughout your time at Stonehill, there are a number of different offices, services and departments on campus available to help you make the transition to college.

  • Get Involved!

    It won't be long until you're here on campus. Start exploring the various clubs, organizations and ways to get involved.

Contact us with questions about Orientation.

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The Office of Student Engagement provides opportunities that will empower students to create a fun and positive campus community. The office enjoys a strong working and advising relationship with the Student Government Association, class committees and many of the student clubs and organizations.