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Randolph Center June Orientation

About Orientation

Orientation at Vermont Tech is designed to ensure a successful start to your college experience, regardless of your background or major.  Through orientation, students become familiar with the Vermont Tech campus, learn strategies for achieving academic success, and meet other students, staff, and faculty.

What Does it Cost?

A matriculation fee will be posted in the studentís fall semester billing statement. Your overnight residence hall room and meals are included in this matriculation fee which covers the cost of New Student Orientation.

Students may bring up to three (3) family members with them to June Orientation:
  • Family members will not be provided campus housing.
  • Family members will each be charged a $10 fee
  • Family members counts should be included in the on-line registration
A list of Randolph-area accommodations is available here.

Vermont Technical College does not provide child care service. The activities associated with New Student Orientation are for adults. While we strive to be family-friendly, we cannot accommodate children during this time.


Register for ONE of the following June Orientations:

Session #1:
June 23-24, 2013
Check-In begins at 9:00 am on Sunday, June 23 (Morey Hall Patio)
Check-Out ends at 12:00 pm on Monday, June 24 (Morey Hall Patio)
Space is limited to the first 100 students and their family members.
Register Today!

Session #2:
June 27-28, 2013

Check-In begins at 9:00 am on Thursday, June 27 (Morey Hall Patio)
Check-Out at 12:00 pm on Friday, June 28 (Morey Hall Patio)
Space is limited to the first 100 students and their family members.
Register Today!

Important Notes

The required VAST Orientation will be held on Wednesday, June 26.  Please plan to attend both the VAST orientation and the Session 2 New Student Orientation (June 26-28). More information can be found on the VAST Orientation page.

Vet Tech Students
have a required orientation session on June 27 from 4-5:30pm.  If you are planning to attend Session 1, please plan to come for this event as well.

Equine students
have a required barn orientation session and riding assessment from 1-4pm on June 24th for Session 1 and 1-4pm on June 28 for Session 2. Please bring:

  • Paddock boots and half-chaps OR Tall boots and riding breeches
    • Please NO Sandals or Shorts
    • Farm appropriate clothing is required
  • Riding Helmet


Feel free to contact Admissions at (802) 728-1445. We look forward to meeting you over the summer!