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Preparing for the Fall

SU cheerleaders spreading some SU pride! We are so excited to welcome you to campus in August! But until then, there will be lots of things for you to do to prepare for your arrival. Check back here periodically as we will update this page with more information as details become available.

Summer Preview Days

Registration for Summer Preview Days will begin in early May - check back after 5/5 for a registration link.

An early orientation to the first-year student experience at Susquehanna! Choose from one of four dates in June. You'll complete your foreign language placement tests, talk with faculty advisors about your fall course schedule, and gain more insights on what to expect when you arrive on campus in August. 2015 Dates: Monday, June 15; Monday, June 22; Saturday, June 27; and Monday, June 29.


This one-week service-learning opportunity in late July is open to 20 incoming first-year students. Participants are immersed in service projects and learning activities focused on homelessness, serving people in need in both the Susquehanna neighborhood and Washington, D.C.

Pack for College Checklist

Yes, be on the lookout for extra-long twin sheets this summer! 

Technology Needs

Bringing a computer to campus? It’s not required, but almost everyone does it. Check here for advice on how to ensure you’ll be compatible with Susquehanna’s network.

Move-in Day

Your first day on campus is Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015. Expect to be greeted by members of the O-Team, sporting bright orange shirts. They will be at the ready to help unload your vehicle with precision and style. The O-Team leaders join you for scheduled activities, small-group sessions and discussions during your first few days on campus.

Opening Convocation

On the afternoon of Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015, you will be officially welcomed into the Susquehanna student body during this ceremony.


Ashley Lynn Busby, Ph.D.

Ashley Lynn Busby, Ph.D.

Ashley Lynn Busby, Ph.D.

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Art History

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