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Hundreds of newcomers attend orientation

In pictures — Incoming students from around the world visit LAU Beirut and Byblos to familiarize themselves with the campuses and services.

In pictures —

Hundreds of newly accepted students visited LAU Beirut and Byblos last week to familiarize themselves with the campuses, services and procedures before their spring classes start. Beirut’s orientation took place on February 8 and 10, while the Byblos orientation on February 8. Students included freshmen as well as transfers who have already racked up enough credits to be considered sophomores. The orientations, which take place each semester to welcome new students, were organized by the guidance offices of the respective campuses.

Beirut

orientation-spr2010-01-big.jpgFreshman students in Beirut began the orientation program with several presentations in Irwin Hall Auditorium.

 

orientation-spr2010-02-big.jpgFollowing the presentations, the students were taken on a tour of the campus which included this stop at the Riyad Nassar Library.

 

orientation-spr2010-03-big.jpgThe tour lasted about two hours, including a picnic.

 

orientation-spr2010-04-big.jpgStudents were given the opportunity to visit several stands and learn about student and alumni activities.

 

orientation-spr2010-05-big.jpgSeveral campus offices set up stands to inform students about their services.

  

orientation-spr2010-07-big.jpgA handful of student groups encouraged the students to join.

 

 orientation-spr2010-06-big.jpgStudents enjoyed lunch outside the Safadi Fine Arts Building during their campus tour.

 

 Byblos

orientation-spr2010-08-big.jpgDr. Mars Semaan, Dean of Students in Byblos, welcomed the newcomers during a morning presentation.

 

orientation-spr2010-09-big.jpgElie Samia, director of the Guidance Office in Byblos, highlighted the importance of academic advising for students to stay on track with their studies.

 

orientation-spr2010-10-big.jpgJoseph Kanaan, program coordinator at the Byblos Guidance Office, encouraged students to join one of the many clubs on campus.

 

orientation-spr2010-11-big.jpgRana Sakr, career guidance officer in Byblos, introduced students to the types of services offered and events organized through her office.

 

orientation-spr2010-12-big.jpgLike in Beirut, the Byblos campus offices and student clubs set up tables and stands for students to explore.

 

orientation-spr2010-13-big.jpgThe newcomers marched through the Byblos Student Lounge during a campus tour.

 


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