Winter Welcome is a day of events that is designed to introduce you to the Hofstra campus, the rigor of academic life, our rich culture and traditions, on-campus resources, and the exciting diversity of Hofstra and the community around us. You will have the opportunity to participate in social activities, athletics events, and trips to New York City. Get ready to become a member of the Hofstra community.
Winter Welcome 2014 is on Friday, January 24, 2014. Students living on campus will move in on Thursday, January 23, 2014. There will be optional events (service project, trips to NYC etc) taking place on Saturday, January 25, 2014.
Sign up for Winter Welcome starting December 2013.
You will receive an email confirmation sent to your Hofstra email address with in two business days with details on check-in times and location.
View the Schedule of Events
You will receive a printed copy of the schedule at check-in on Friday, January 24, 2014.
Our student organizations and departments have planned many events, programs and activities to help your transition to Hofstra.
Questions? Read our FAQ or contact the Office of Student Leadership and Activities:
- Phone:(516) 463-6914
OUR VIRTUAL FOLDER
During Orientation, new students receive a lot of information about on-campus resources at various sessions. Sometimes the volume of information can be overwhelming. We have compiled information about these resources in our virtual folder. With the virtual orientation folder you will be able to peruse the available programs at your leisure, on your computer. Additionally, the virtual folder is part of Hofstra’s Yellow and Blue make Green environmental initiative as it reduces the amount of paper products distributed during at programs.
Safety on Campus
Thank you for choosing Hofstra and let you know about some of the cultural resources available to you here on campus. We also wanted to remind you about the importance of getting involved in your own culture here on campus and within the cultures of your classmates. Immersing yourself in your own culture and exploring other cultures are both hallmarks of the collegiate experience and getting to know yourself and other cultures better prepares you to be a global citizen and succeed in your chosen field.
Below is a list of web sites that can also assist you in finding a cultural home here at Hofstra. If you ever have any questions or you want to get involved in one of our 20 cultural student groups, please stop by the Multicultural and International Students Programs office in Student Center Room 242.
- Hofstra University Diversity website
- President Rabinowitz’s Message on Diversity Issues
- The Office of Multicultural & International Student Programs
- LGBTQ Student Life At HU
- Hofstra Center for Civic Engagement
- Hofstra University Cultural Center
- Hofstra University Museum
- The Interfaith Office