Welcome Class Of 2026!
Next year represents a major turning point in your life—your first year of college. While you are busy preparing for the next chapter in your life story, Marywood University's Orientation Team is eagerly awaiting your arrival and preparing for a fantastic Orientation Experience.
All incoming students will receive their university credentials by mail after they have placed their deposit with the institution.
Students should then use the provided credentials to access their personalized New Student Checklist, where you will be able to access important links pertaining to Orientation and other requirements to prepare for your Marywood career to begin!
Please contact the Office of Student Engagement at 570-340-6015 if you have any questions.
Your Orientation date will depend on the College to which your academic major belongs. Students are encouraged to attend the session that aligns with their major, but it is not required to do so. Students who are undeclared are invited to attend the session that aligns with the major they are most interested in!
Orientation will serve as an opportunity to meet faculty and staff, get to know future classmates in an assigned small group, receive your fall class schedule, ask questions, tour residence halls, take part in the Class of 2026 photo - and have fun!
College of Arts & Sciences - Thursday July 14
Students from the following majors within the College of Arts & Sciences are encouraged to attend this session:
Arts Administration (Art, Theatre, Music)
Biology (General, Pre-Chiro., Sec. Educ., Pre-Prof.)
Communication Arts/Secondary Educ. Theatre
English (Secondary Ed., Literature, Writing)
History (General, Pre-Law, Social Science-Sec. Educ.)
Information Security (Cyber Security)
Mathematics (General, Sec. Educ.)
Music (Performance, Education, Therapy, Theatre)
Pre-Physician Assistant Studies
Spanish (General, Secondary Educ.)
Studio Art (3-D, Ceramics, Illustration, Painting, Sculpture, Photography)
College of Health & Human Services and College of Professional Studies- Friday July 15
Students from the following majors within the College of Health & Human Services are encouraged to attend this session:
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Nutrition and Dietetics
Psychology (General, Clinical)
Students from the following majors within the College of Professional Studies are encouraged to attend this session:
Aviation Management (Airline Management Pilot/Flight Operations)
Early Childhood and Elementary Education
Early Childhood and Elementary Education/Special Education
Management (General, Health Service Administration, Hospitality Management)