365 Jag Orientation
365 Jag Orientation is designed to prepare new students for their Southern University journey. 365 Jag Orientation is MANDATORY for all first-time students (incoming freshman and transfer students) to Southern University and A&M College. New students can expect the following from 365 Jag Orientation:
- Academic advising and first year planning
- Information on paying for school
- An overview of academic policies
- An overview of student support services
- An overview of University rules, policies, and regulations
- The opportunity to build long lasting friendships
- An opportunity to explore Southern University and A&M College
All first time students to Southern University and A&M College must pre-register for 365 Jag Orientation according to the registration guidelines, as there is no on-site registration.
In addition to 365 Jag Orientation for students, Southern University and A&M College also offers Parent University to prepare parents/guardians for the Southern University journey. This is an opportunity for parents/guardians to learn about processes and procedures as well as learn how to successfully matriculate their student through Southern University and A&M College. Some sessions during Parent University are held in conjunction with 365 Jag Orientation sessions, while others are held separately. Southern University encourages all parents/guardians to attend Parent University, but children under the age of 15 years are prohibited from attending.
365 Jag Orientation Conduct
365 Jag Orientation is the beginning of your educational career at Southern University and A & M College. Students must take the 365 Experience seriously and be open to learn the Jaguar way. We encourage students to take full advantage of what is offered during your session. Failure to attend or participate in any part of 365 Jag Orientation is the responsibility of the student, and can jeopardize proper academic advising and course enrollment. 365 Jag Orientation strictly adheres to the Southern University and A & M College Student Code of Conduct, as well as all state and federal laws. Failure to abide by University policies, rules, and regulations will result in students being asked to leave the program and possibly jeopardizing their admissions status.