Transfer Students


Spring 2019 Move-In

Get all of your move-in details on the Residence Life website. http://reslife.bloomu.edu/move-in-out.php

Be sure to follow the instructions communicated to you on MyHousing and Residence Life, because your move-in time is assigned specifically for you. The BU campus community will be here to help you move-in and welcome you home!

Spring Start Orientation, January 18, 2019

Spring Start will introduce students to our campus community, filled with various programs focused on helping students meet new people, becoming familiar with our campus culture, getting involved with student organizations and departments, and learning about important resources on campus. Don't forget to register for Spring Start Orientation, if you are beginning your time at BU in spring 2019.

The Official Orientation Schedule can be found on Guidebook.  Download the Bloomsburg University New Student Orientation Guidebook app or visit the Bloomsburg University New Student Orientation Guidebook website for complete details.

Get Excited Huskies! 

 

No Phone?  No Problem!  To access the desktop version of our New Student Orientation schedule, please click here.

Questions?  storient@bloomu.edu

Transfer Student Orientation Resources

 

  • Student Email — It is very important you check your Huskies email account on a weekly basis as this is the ONLY way we will communicate with you. If you have a smartphone, sync it to your phone!
  • Student Health Center — All new students are required to complete online health forms. These include Consent for Treatment, Health History, TB Screening Questionnaire, Immunization Dates, Medical Insurance Information, and the Notice of Privacy Practices.
  • On-Campus Parking — is regulated and strictly enforced by university police. Motorists are strongly encouraged to park in appropriate locations, obtain necessary permits, and follow posted rules to avoid almost certain parking citations and fines. The Permit Store, your one stop shop for registering your vehicle, purchasing your parking permit, and parking citation payment
  • Dining and Meal Plans — look through menus, locations, meal plans and upcoming dining events.
  • MyHusky — allows you to register for classes, pay bills, view and accept financial aid and provides other related services and information.
  • On-Campus Housing — Full-time new first year college students admitted as on-campus residents are required to live on campus unless they are over 20 years of age or are commuting from the home of their parent(s) or legal guardian(s) within approved commutable distance from campus (50 miles). Log into MyHousing for your housing information. If you have questions about housing, please contact the Office of Residence Life at (570) 389-4089 or to learn more.
  • Husky Mail Hub — distributes and processes mail for faculty, administration, staff and students.
  • Academic Calendar — for complete semester information regarding semester start and end dates, university breaks, and enrollment details.
  • Academic Advising — collaborates with students to ensure they are on track to complete requirements for their degree. Depending on your major, you will have different requirements. Contact the department of your major for more information about advising specific to your major!
  • Student Technology Support — has all the information you will need if you have any questions or experience any issues related to technology.
  • University Bookstore — was established to provide books and supplies in a convenient, on-campus location for you at competitive prices.
  • Transfer Facebook Page — is a resource to find roommates, locate housing, connect with other transfer students, and have any BU questions answered.
  • Map of Campus — Lost on campus? This will help you find exactly where you are wanting to go!
  • Shuttle Bus Services — offers campus and town shuttle bus schedule, route information, and more!
  • Financial Aid — We want your college education to be comprehensive, enjoyable and affordable. We're committed to assisting you in accessing effective financial aid resources and helping you financially plan your education for long-term success.
  • Office of the Registrar — is the central office for student scheduling and registration, as well as commencement, college transcripts, undergraduate degree clearance, enrollment verifications, military credits, transfer credits, changing of a major, or declaring a minor.
  • Tutorial Services — offers free peer tutoring services for students. All tutoring sessions must be scheduled through our office (we do not accept walk-ins) and will be held for one hour per week for each course you request and are matched for tutoring.
  • HuskySync — Discover unique opportunities to get involved on campus.
  • Placement Testing — We want to make sure you are starting with the right courses in reading, writing, and math.  This page describes your initial placements for those courses as well as your option to challenge placement into courses that you do not seem appropriate.  Placement testing occurs year round.