Orientation for Students - Transfer CUSTOMS
Transferring to a new college is an exciting new adventure. While you have collegiate experience, MTSU has its own resources, processes and ways to navigate campus. Transfer CUSTOMS allows you to experience MTSU in a short orientation, advising and registration program.
Orientation sessions are offered for transfer students who will be attending MTSU for the first time. CUSTOMS orientation is offered to accommodate different schedules. Registration is required and costs for the orientation apply.
How is Transfer CUSTOMS structured?
Transfer students needs vary based on your previous college experience. Some of you are well equipped to understand how to be a successful student in a college environment. Some of you may have had a much different experience at your previous institution, and want a more in-depth orientation to MTSU. There are two options for transfer students.
- All transfer students are REQUIRED to complete CUSTOMS Online, our online informational modules to acquaint you with the resources on campus and the knowledge to prepare you to be a successful student at MTSU.
- On campus CUSTOMS experience, followed by virtual advising the next day- You can choose to come to campus for a more in-depth orientation to campus by selecting the July 13 or the August 5 Transfer CUSTOMS session. You will spend one day with our students and campus administration learning your way around campus and meeting other students. You will receive information about your academic major and will be scheduled for a virtual advising appointment and course registration the following day.
- VIRTUAL Advising & Registration only- You can choose to participate only in VIRTUAL Advising and not an on-campus CUSTOMS orientation to campus experience. By choosing any of the other transfer CUSTOMS dates, you will be participating in only virtual advising and registration on that date. Those dates are April 24, May 11, May 28, June 11, June 22, and July 30.
CUSTOMS is designed for all students. Special "Ports of Interest" will give you an opportunity to explore offices that address your individual needs or individual interests.
If you need disability-related accommodations, please contact the CUSTOMS office at least 5 days prior to your visit, so we may arrange accommodations.
What's more, our student staff is representative of our diverse student population. If you would like to know more about services available to students, our staff will be on hand to point you in the right direction.