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The New Student Orientation program will begin at 8:00am on Thursday, August 24, 2017 and will continue through Saturday, August 26, 2017. A detailed schedule will be available in early August!
Yes, all new graduate and undergraduate residential students are required to attend new student orientation. If you have an emergent reason that you cannot attend, please email Learie Nurse, Dean of Students at lnurse@naropa.edu.
New Student Orientation will provide students with a better understanding of life at Naropa University. Each student will be placed in a small group of 15-20 students and paired with a Orientation Leader who is either a second third or fourth year student. Some of the ideas that new students will be exposed to include what makes Naropa and Boulder a unique and exciting place to live and go to school, how to build and balance academic and personal success, understanding diversity and the systemic nature of oppression, and where they can find further assistance for the transition to being a student at Naropa University. it will also provide students with an understanding of contemplative education and practices involved.
No. Transfer students will have the same opportunity to participate and integrate into the Naropa experience with first time first year students.
 

Incoming international students to Naropa will have an orientation program specifically for them, which is coordinated by the Coordinator of International Students and Scholars (ISS) on the Arapahoe campus in Lincoln Studio. International students should soon be receiving information from ISS regarding their arrival and this orientation program. If there are further questions, email Tashi Browder at tashi@naropa.edu or at 303-546-3562

Starting on Thursday August 26 through Saturday, August 26 undergraduate International Students will join other students for the rest of New Student Orientation.

Colorado Department of Heath requires all students to show proof of two shots of the MMR (Measles, Mumps & Rubella) Vaccine. If you have your childhood records you can scan and email them to Tashi Browder at tashi@naropa.edu or bring them to her in Student Affairs which is located on the 2nd floor of Wulsin Hall on the Arapahoe Campus.

If you cannot find your childhood records you can do one of the following:
  1. Contact any former schools you may have attended to see if they have your records
  2. Have your doctor fill and sign the immunization form that is included in the online orientation packet.
  3. Get a Titer test done to show you have immunity to MMR
  4. Get the shots again or
  5. Lastly you can sign one of the three exemptions on the bottom of the immunization form. 
Yes, you can park for free during new student orientation at all three campuses. The parking lots on the Arapahoe campus are limited, so if you do plan to drive, arrive early. However, once the academic year begins, you will need to purchase a parking pass if you want to park on campus. An email regarding purchasing parking passes will be sent to your student email account after the first day of classes.