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2015 Sessions will be held:
Important Registration Forms
Congratulations! Welcome to Andrew College!
We are looking forward to getting to know you and having the opportunity to work with you on achieving your academic goals. InSpire Day is the beginning of your Andrew College journey in a successful transition from high school to the College. Andrew College has a unique approach to orientation. New students will participate in a two-part orientation program, including an InSpire Day and the New Student Orientation (NSO).
InSpire Days are held in the summer proceeding fall semester. InSpire Day provides you and your parents with the opportunity to meet the college administration, faculty, and staff and returning Andrew students. You will participate in PRIORITY REGISTRATION for classes and receive your schedule as well as information about how to order your textbooks. All parents are encouraged to attend an InSpire Day to meet the President of Andrew College and learn about the rich heritage of our institution. Parents will also participate in informative sessions about campus technology, financial aid, residence life, and academics at Andrew. Lunch will be served in Turner Dining Hall for students and parents. After the day is over, parents and student will have an opportunity to meet and ask questions with the Financial Aid Office and Business Office as well as tour one of the four residence halls.
Andrew College New Student Orientation (NSO) is your first opportunity to experience life at Andrew College as a student! NSO will help you to feel at home in Cuthbert, Georgia, become familiar with the academic and co-curricular opportunities, learn about campus traditions, understand how to access campus resources and support services, and meet the Andrew community! NSO takes place during your first weekend on campus. You will participate in events that promote skills needed for college success as well as have fun! The weekend precedes a fantastic Welcome Week program featuring fun nightly activities. New Student Orientation is part of your graduation requirement, and we consider it a great opportunity to start college life!
Meet your InSpire Leaders
Sadie Springer, Sophomore
Program of Study: Early Childhood Education
Activities: Women's Soccer, Andrew College Digital Network (ACDN), Teachers Affecting Generation (T.A.G), Student Government Association, Andrew Ambassadors, Resident Assistant
Greatest accomplishment since coming to Andrew: "My greatest accomplishment I have at Andrew so far is going from not being involved in the college to being massively active now."
My advice: "My advice to everyone out there that is planning on coming to college, is that college is no cakewalk, but if you work hard and be active in student activities you will end up having one awesome experience."
Paul Clark, Sophomore
Program of Study: Pre-Ministry
Activities: Andrew Ambassador, Chapel Services, Theatre, Choraliers, InSpire Leader, 2014-2015 Resident Assistant
Greatest accomplishment since coming to Andrew: "Participating in the Andrew College production of 'Grease' and getting to know new people"
My advice: "Stay Strong, Keep the Faith because God is not done with you yet"
Abigail Fuller, Sophomore
Program of Study: Education
Activities: Softball, Equality Club, Teachers Affecting Generations (T.A.G), Phi Theta Kappa (P.T.K), Andrew Ambassadors, InSpire Leader, Resident Assistant, Student Government Association
Greatest accomplishment since coming to Andrew: "Being inducted into and becoming President of the honors society, Phi Theta Kappa"
My advice: "No matter what you do just keep swimming! Never give up and always be yourself!"
Marvin Fulcher, Sophomore
Program of Study: Theatre Arts
Activities: Andrew Ambassadors, Resident Assistant, School Mascot, Equality Club, Student Government Association (S.G.A), InSpire Leader, Theatre
Greatest accomplishment since coming to Andrew: "Gaining new found friends and discovering more about myself"
My advice: "Be yourself and make sure you make YOU, your number 1 priority!"
Samantha Gidney, Sophomore
Program of Study: Business Administration
Activities: Phi Theta Kappa VP of Service, Member of the 2014 Honors Reading Group, AndrewServes, Softball, Served of the Student Committee, InSpire Leader, Resident Assistant, Student Government Association
Greatest accomplishment since coming to Andrew: "Being chosen for the 2nd Team All-Conference for softball"
My advice: "YOU are in control of how great your college experience is, so make the most of it. Make friends, laugh often, and be the best that you can be."
For more information regarding InSpire Days or New Student Orientation, please contact the Student Activities Department at 229-732-5949 or firstname.lastname@example.org.