Intercultural New Student Orientation – Asbury University
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Intercultural New Student Orientation

The Office of Intercultural Life is hosting an Intercultural New Student Orientation (INSO) program this fall for our incoming Intercultural Students (i.e. international, third-culture, and U.S. ethnic minority students).

This program will be held prior to the start of our standard, broader new student orientation program. The dates are the following:

  • Intercultural Students (INSO): August 19-21, 2024

Be sure to register so we can plan for your participation.  Our staff is excited to begin this journey with you!

Register for INSO

Why You Don’t Want to Miss INSO

  • Fun opportunities to make new friends 
  • Get acquainted with campus resources
  • Engagement and support from our Intercultural Life Staff   
  • Mentoring relationships with intercultural student leaders
  • Lunch and table conversations with our faculty members
  • Get aware of learning strategies as a new student
  • Attend a dinner ceremony with our President and the Administration members. 

Please note all plans at this time are subject to change. For assistance with questions, please contact Juan Gonzalez.

INSO Testimonials

“I really loved having INSO and having the community throughout the semester. I have made connections and friendships on campus that have made my experience and transition so much easier.” Student, Class of 2026

“The way we approach things with Christ-centeredness and heart holiness, we really get to see all aspects of a person and it makes them feel at home here.” Student, Class of 2024

“They provided us with so many fun activities to do and we got to know each other, it made me feel welcomed.” Student, Class of 2025

“My INSO experience has been really good and I have been learning so many things about different cultures as well.” Student, Class of 2026

“Outside of soccer, the Intercultural life has been my second home where I know many people and I feel very comfortable to express myself.” Student, Class of 2026

“It was really fun to join a group of people who are just like me, who have lived all over the world and have come here to get a good education.” Student, Class of 2026

“Meeting other people from similar backgrounds, was very helpful to start off the semester.” Student, Class of  2023

“I enjoy having different cultures here on campus and getting to know other people.” Student, Class of 2026

“It has been so fun. The leaders have been so welcoming and very caring. I love them all” Student, Class of 2026


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