New & Transfer Student Orientation
The Office of the Dean of Students coordinates the New & Transfer Student Orientation program (NTSO) for new freshmen and transfer students. NTSO introduces new students to university programs and services, provides an opportunity for new students to interact with staff, faculty, and administrators, and allots time for academic advisement and registration for classes.
During NTSO, new students also receive information about being successful at ECSU, meet with an academic adviser, and register for classes. All new students are required to attend an orientation program prior to enrolling in the Fall or Spring semester.
HOW TO REGISTER FOR NEW & TRANSFER STUDENT ORIENTATION
Step 1: Register for Orientation
All students wishing to attend NTSO must officially register to participate in the day of programming.
Register for New & Transfer Student Orientation using the following link: REGISTER FOR ORIENTATION HERE
- Spring 2017
- January 6, 2017
Step 2: Pay the Orientation Fee
All students participating in NTSO must pay the nonrefundable fee prior to attending your orientation program.
Participants will receive all official NTSO materials, administrative services, continental breakfast and lunch throughout the day.
- New & Transfer Students: $110
- Pay by Credit Card:
- Pay by Check:
- Make your check/money order payable to Elizabeth City State University and reference New & Transfer Student Orientation in memo line.
- Mail your orientation fee to: New & Transfer Student Orientation, Elizabeth City State University, 1704 Weeksville Road, Campus Box 814, Elizabeth City, N.C. 27909.
Step 3: Register for your ECSU Placement Test
Click HERE to register for Placement Testing during your selected NTSO
Step 4: Attend Orientation and Be Proud to be a Viking!
Students in need of special accommodations for testing must call the Counseling and Testing Center at (252) 335-3273.
Students wishing to schedule a placement testing date prior to NSO must call the Counseling and Testing Center at (252) 335-3273.
FAMILY EDUCATION RIGHTS & PRIVACY ACT OF 1974 (FERPA)
In accordance with the Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) guidelines, the Office of the Registrar is unable to provide confidential information pertaining to students without a written consent from a student. This is done by completing the Consent Form and returning it to the Office of The Registrar.
Once we have received this information, we will be happy to comply with your request. For additional information, visit FERPA.