Who are Orientation Leaders?
San Francisco State University's Orientation Leaders (OLs) are student staff who assist with the implementation of SF State's New Student Orientation Program. OLs are well-respected, academically balanced leaders on campus. OLs are chosen based on their current and potential academic, interpersonal and leadership qualities. The Orientation Leader team is selected in the spring and participates in the following summer orientation sessions.
Interested in Becoming An Orientation Leader?
Orientation Leaders are essential for the success of the Summer Orientation program and new student transition. Orientation is the process of engaging, informing, and assisting all new students and their guests (parents, family, friends, and other supporting figures) through the essential transition to a successful college experience. SFSU Orientation Leaders aid the facilitation of this process by providing new students, parents, and guests with an engaging introduction to campus and all its resources.
Orientation Leaders: 25-40 spots available annually!
Any questions can be directed to New Student Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org
Request for Additional Accommodations
The Office of New Student Programs welcomes persons with disabilities and will provide reasonable accommodations upon request.
If you would like reasonable accommodations for your visit for New Student Orientation, please contact Chris Trudell, Assistant Dean of Students via email at email@example.com
Requests must be made at least 3 weeks (15 business days) prior to your arrival to campus.