What to bring during orientation?

The orientation week at INTI international university lasts for 3 days. You can take a look at the orientation for June 2019 here
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During the orientation week, a lot of information about the university, faculties, facilities provided and so on are bombarded to you. In order to make the most out of this experience, here are few things that you can ring along during orientation.

Water bottle
It is no wonder that the orientation week is hectic and also involves a lot of ice-breaking sessions and other activities to make you feel more at ease in your new environment. With all these things happening around you, the most important thing to bring along is a bottle of water which you can refill during the day at the water dispensers found around the campus to keep you hydrated.

Notepad
As mentioned before, you will be bombarded with a lot of information during the orientation period that lasts up to 3 days. It is impossible to soak up all the information like a sponge unless you have an elephant’s memory. It is hence prudent for you to carry around a small notepad which you can fit in your pockets to jot down important information as they are being delivered to you.

Your student ID
This is important because without your student ID, the guards might not authorize access to the university premises unless you do some kind of registration. In order to avoid all this hassle, just bring your student ID which you can show to the guards before they let you in the university compound.

Casual and comfortable clothing and footwear
The orientation period involves a lot of activities to help you bond with your fellow groupmates and also so that you feel more at ease with the university’s surroundings. In order to enjoy and take part in all the activities, wear something that you can be flexible in.

Bring along a small bag or backpack
This will save you the hustle of having to carry around your personal belongings in your hands and at the same time keeps them safe from being dropped around and getting lost.
If you are joining university soon, all the best to your new journey!