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Orientation for Majors in the College of Health


In 3 Easy Steps!    

1st step
Complete the New Student Orientation through the Office of Orientation and Transition.

  • Start on the Office of Orientation and Transition's website.
  • Look for the first year or transfer student tab to access the orientation modules

2nd step
Complete your College of Health New Student Orientation Canvas Course.

  • If you listed health as your area of interest in your orientation, or a specific major, you will be enrolled in the non-credit Student Resource Canvas Course. 
  • Review your Umail email account for an email invitation to join Canvas page. 
Resource Site

What if I didn't receive an email?

  • If you do not receive an invitation to enroll in the canvas page, or decide to pursue Health, after you have registered for Orientation, please email Lorraine Brown, with your full name and unid.

3rd step
Schedule an appointment with your academic advisor for your first semester.

After finishing your college canvas course, you will be directed to our advising website to setup an appointment for first semester course planning. 

Register for your first semester at the U.

What should I do once I've finished orientation with the CoH?

The end of the short presentation will direct you to schedule an advising appointment to register for classes.

Book Now

You will have access to this Canvas information site beyond your orientation so you can refer to this information as often as you need during your student career at the U.

Pick Your Path

As a student in the College of Health we recommend exploring your options early.

  • Find your advisor so they can help you every step of the way.
  • Apply for scholarships early.
  • Connect with classmates by finding groups and activities that interest you.



We recommend setting an appointment as soon as you've finished orientation and check back often. Your Advisor is here to help from start to finish.

  • Class Schedule
  • Degree Path
  • Graduation
  • Career Counseling

Find Fun

Yes, seriously find ways to have fun. Once you've accomplished what needs to get done find the things you enjoy. Take a look at a few options.


Did you know nearly $2.6 BILLION in scholarships went unclaimed in 2018?


Financing your education helps prevent debt. Less debt means more of what you want to do. We've made it easier than ever to apply for our general scholarships.

You can use one application for the entire process. Make sure to search what scholarships are available to you.