In response to COVID-19 concerns, higher education institutions around the country are making preparations to hold new student orientation sessions online if necessary.

To address challenges and concerns for incoming students, it’s important that these virtual orientation experiences offer a sense of stability and support, and provide the information and resources that students need to set them up for success.

In the state of Florida, many schools are coordinating their orientation efforts and working together to effectively prepare first-years and transfers for their new normal. What can we learn from them?

Join us for a webinar with student services leaders from the University of Florida, University of Central Florida, and Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University who will share:

  • How these universities are planning to host student orientations for the 2020-2021 school year
  • Their approach to online advising, orientation modules and financial information for students and families
  • Technology solutions that can enhance remote orientations and trainings

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Heather White, Ed.D.
Associate Vice-President & University Dean of Students, University of Florida

Heather White has served as Dean of Students and Associate Vice President for Student Affairs since January 2018. In her role, she oversees the Dean of Students Office, Multicultural and Diversity Affairs, and the Counseling and Wellness Center. As the Dean of Students, she is responsible for student safety, the Division of Student Affairs emergency response, and the education of the University’s Code of Conduct.
Andre D. Green, B.S., M.S.
Director, Efferson Student Union, Activities and New Student Orientation, Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University

Andre D. Green serves as the Director of Efferson Student Union, Activities, Orientation & Campus Visits as well as an Adjunct Instructor at FAMU. He received his undergraduate degree from The Florida State University majoring in Human Sciences with minors in Child & Adolescent Development and Housing: Residential Sciences. He obtained a master’s degree from the University of Central Missouri in College Student Personnel Administration/Higher Education.
Adrienne Otto Frame, Ed.D.
Associate Vice President and Dean of Students, University of Central Florida

Dr. Adrienne Frame currently serves as the Associate Vice President and Dean of Students in the Division of Student Development and Enrollment Services. Dr. Frame’s area of supervision encompasses Career Services, Student Accessibility Services, Inclusive Education Services, First Year Experience, Neighborhood Relations and Safety Education, Counseling and Psychological Services, Academic Support for Student Athletes, Student Legal Services as well as the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities. Originally from Boston, Adrienne holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Denison University, a Masters of Education in Counseling from the University of New Hampshire, and a Doctorate in Higher Education from Florida State University.
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