Jump-start your Robert Morris University career by
participating in the new RMU-Lead Pre-Orientation Program before the
University’s formal orientation begins on August 22, 2013. The RMU-Lead Program is an optional opportunity
that takes place just before orientation for all first-year students and is
focused around leadership development.
The program will help students to:
- Ease your transition from high school to
college life at RMU;
- Connect you with fellow students who share
- Develop a
strong network with both peers, faculty, and staff members prior to the start
- Learn from and be mentored by upper-level
- Develop an appreciation for diversity and a
- Get excited and be confident about your decision to attend RMU!
This experience is ideal for new RMU
students looking to continue their track record of being a student leader. Our
goal is that RMU-Lead participants start classes comfortable with RMU’s campus,
connected to dozens of fellow RMU students, curious about who you will become
with an RMU education, and confident that you will learn & succeed at
Robert Morris University.
Programming will focus on making
connections with other emerging and current student leaders, adapting to the
changes that come with college courses, sharing a unique experience in nearby downtown
Pittsburgh, and of course further developing the leader you already are!
Incoming resident students will move into their 2014-2015 housing assignment. Commuter students should arrange for their own transportation to campus for each day of the program.
The cost for the RMU-Lead Program is $300 (includes all meals, program materials,
activities and events, and extras). Space is limited. Payment is required a time of application in order to secure your
reservation. Online registration requires credit card payment for RMU-Lead fee. Contact us if you would like to register and pay by check.
Registration for RMU-Lead Class of 2018 will launch in Spring 2014.
For more information, contact:
Director of Special Programs & Student Community Standards
Office of Student Life