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Sept. 5, 2018 La Grande, Ore. − Faculty return to Eastern Oregon University in mid-September to commence a new academic year.
Orientations, trainings and Fall Convocation make up EOU’s Opening Session that begins Sept. 17. That afternoon, President Tom Insko will address employees for Fall Convocation from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., in McKenzie Theatre. Following his remarks, faculty and staff are invited to a welcome back reception in the Loso Foyer.
Colleges and departments coordinate meetings and workshops through Sept. 21.
Incoming freshmen and transfer students can participate in East Tracks, a four-day outdoor adventure, Sept. 16 to 21 in Hells Canyon. Move-in day at the residence halls is Friday, Sept. 21, and Week of Welcome activities begin for new students at the EOU football game Sept. 22.
Fall term classes begin Wednesday, Sept. 26.
The complete Opening Session schedule is available at eou.edu/provost. For more information about Week of Welcome, visiteou.edu/wow.
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