You will receive a complete schedule upon check in to your residence hall
Saturday, September 3
Residence Hall Move-In (Odd-Numbered Rooms)
Residence Hall Move-In (Even-Numbered Rooms)
International Student Writing Placement
9 a.m.–2:30 p.m.
Tomson Hall Atrium (level 1)
Student Employment Work Award Assignment Pick up
If you have been awarded student employment as part of your financial aid package, make sure you visit 1st floor Tomson (in the atrium) to complete your I-9 Verification form (you must bring proper identification found here) and W4 form. These forms must be submitted before you can begin working on campus. You will be given your work assignment once your completed documents have been submitted.
9 a.m.–1 p.m.
Keyboard Placement Assessments for Music Majors
See Music Information for more detail
11 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
Buntrock Commons South Plaza (Rainsite: Stav Hall)
Buntrock Commons, Viking Theater
Transfer Student and Families Welcome Program
Buntrock Commons, Lion’s Pause
What it Means to be an Ole
“A St. Olaf Welcome” Program (streamed live) — the official welcome to both new students and their parents/guests.
Say your goodbyes before this program, as students will head down the stairs to the Skoglund Fieldhouse immediately following the program to meet faculty advisors.
First-Year Student/Faculty advisor meet and greet
Cookout Dinner at your Residence Halls
6:30–7 p.m. First-year students living in Kittelsby and Hoyme
7–7:30 p.m. First-year students living in Mohn, Kildahl, and Ellingson
Christiansen Hall of Music, Urness Recital Hall
Living on a College Campus: Now that you have moved in and unpacked we should discuss how we all live together at St. Olaf. This session will give you the opportunity to meet some of the residence life staff and hear about the expectations residents should have each other in a college community.
Your residence hall