Meet Us All Year!
New Student Orientation may be the first you meet the team at the FYE Office, but it won't be your last. We are here and dedicated to serve all the first year students all year long. We host First Week get together before lectures start; we keep in touch through multiple channels such as moodle, SMS, Email, Posters and Social Media, we partner with other USP offices to bring you a variety of events, academic support and resources.
How to become an official USP student? First you need to attend Orientation Week. It is great time to connect with campus: you'll learn what it means to be a USP student, you'll meet with an academic advisor and register for courses, you'll hear from the faculty academic and professional staffs, alumni and current students.
How to get connected to the University
Offer letter Your offer letter provides you the first entry point in connecting yourself to the University. The offer letter will give you the following information
- Your Student ID number.
- Your programme of Study - will determine the Faculty you belong to.
- Your password
- Information on registration & student online services.
New Student Orientation
Orientation attending the orientation programme is a much bigger and better way to learn more on how to get connected to the following:
- Your respective School and Faculty and their locations at the FBE Building.
- Accessibility to the University facilities Book Shop, Banks, Restaurant, USPSA, SAS, ITS etc.
- Programmes, courses, academic advisors
- Lecture schedules and Lecture halls.
- Text books/ Course materials
- Hall of Residence
- FYE & SLS
- Get organized know when and where your Lectures & Tutorials are. Know when your assignments are due. Know the other requirements of your courses.
- Go to your Lectures this is what you are for. Do not miss your Lectures
- Get to know your academic advisor/Lecturers it is very important to know your academic coordinators, they are the best to assist you academically.
- Access student online services, access your Moodle pages, and access your student webmail all the time.
- Attend the FBE Academic Skills workshop.
- Find the ideal place for your study a cosy corner in the library or student Bures within the campus. If you are staying in the campus your room would be the best alternative. Try and avoid distractions.
- Get the right balance if you want to do well, you must study hard. Otherwise you are not going to pass your exams.
- Access student online services, access your Moodle pages
- Get involved in Campus Life Activities