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Orientation

International Dates

All sessions are subject to availability in the reservation system. 

Regardless of when you attend A&O, you will have access to register for courses that count toward graduation requirements.

June

  1. 28–29

July

  1. 12–13
  2. 19–20
  3. 26–27

August

  1. 2–3
  2. 9–10
  3. 16–17

September

  1. 13–14

Session Descriptions

Two-Day: General, Freshman International

The Two-Day International A&O is intended for first-year freshman international students. Students will most likely select one of these dates unless directed otherwise in our reservation system.  

Two-Day: Engineering Direct to College

The Two-Day Engineering Direct to College A&O is intended for students who are directly admitted into the College of Engineering. 

Two-Day: Engineering STARS Direct to College

The Two-Day Engineering STARS Direct to College A&O is intended for students who are directly admitted into the College of Engineering and are apart of the Washington State Academic Red Shirt (STARS) Program.

Two-Day: Engineering Deans Scholars Direct to College

The Two-Day Engineering Dean Scholars Direct to College A&O is intended for students who are directly admitted into the College of Engineering and are apart of the Engineering Dean Scholars Program.

Two-Day: Foster School Direct Admit

The Two-Day Foster School Direct A&O is intended for freshman students who are directly admitted into the Foster School of Business. 

Two-Day: Allen School Direct Admit

The Two-Day Allen School Direct Admit A&O is intended for students who are directly admitted into the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering. 

Two-Day: Allen School StartUp Direct Admit

The Two-Day Allen School StartUp Direct Admit A&O is intended for students who are directly admitted into the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering and are apart of the Allen School's StartUp Program.