Orientation Services

Freshman Orientation

Summer 2021

Summer 2021 Orientation will be conducted virtually for the continued health and wellbeing of our Bronco Family.

Orientation is a mandatory enrollment requirement for all new students. Pay close attention to all orientation details and deadlines as failure to complete your orientation requirement will result in your admission being withdrawn.

Virtual Orientation Experience Components

1. Virtual Orientation Experience Reservation

REQUIRED

Make your Virtual Orientation Experience reservation beginning March 15. The reservation deadline is May 17 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time. 

2. CPP Online Orientation

REQUIRED

The CPP Online Orientation will be available beginning June 1. You must complete the CPP Online Orientation for your Orientation Registration Hold to be removed.

3. Virtual Orientation Day

REQUIRED

Attend your reserved Virtual Orientation Day on Zoom from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Pacific Time, which includes iMeet CPP and Virtual Advising & Registration.

Bronco Family Virtual Orientation Experience

You may add up to two guests to your Virtual Orientation Experience reservation for no additional fee. Your guests will receive access to the Bronco Family Online Orientation, be subscribed to the Bronco Family e-newsletter, and receive access to a variety of resources. Guests can be anyone who is supporting you during your time at CPP - parents, grandparents, siblings, family members, close friends, or anyone else in your support network. 

More Information about the Bronco Family Virtual Orientation Experience

Why Do I Need to Participate in Orientation?

  • Orientation prepares you for academic success by introducing you to faculty and staff, teaching you about registration tools and academic culture, and connecting you to important academic support resources.
  • Orientation helps you connect to the campus community by providing opportunities to meet other students.
  • Orientation empowers you to be an active learner by teaching you about CPP policies, introducing you to resources to help when times are tough, and giving you the tools you need to become a critical thinker.

Students register for classes during an orientation session