We can't wait to meet you.
Your orientation leaders will be some of the first current Otterbein students you will meet on campus. They’ve got all the inside information you want and need to know. They are here for you, so get to know them. They are excited to meet you!
Orientation Leaders are distinguished upper-class students who volunteer their time to prepare for and to welcome new students to campus. Individually, they represent a variety of academic majors, hometowns, extracurricular interests and cultures.
When you arrive on campus for orientation, you will join an orientation group that will consist of 15-20 students and two enthusiastic orientation leaders. Recalling their own experiences of what it was like to be a new student, your orientation leaders have chosen programs that will help you succeed both academically and personally, and they will enable you to meet other new students.
Interested in becoming an Orientation Leader?
Applications for 2015-2016 Orientation Leaders will be available beginning January 12. Applications are due January 21 by 5pm to the Center for Student Involvement. Interviews for previous Orientation Leaders will be held Friday, January 23. If you are a new applicant for this position, you can sign up for an individual interview for Sunday, January 25 in the Center for Student Involvement. All applicants will participate in the group interview on Sunday, January 25 from 12-3:30pm. All candidates will be notified of their status by Monday, January 26.
If you have any questions, please contact Leah Schuh at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-823-3204.