Information Session Descriptions
The following information sessions will be offered at both 1:45 and 2:45 p.m.
Need help in navigating college costs? This session will provide guidance on developing a plan for your investment in a Butler education. Hear about the range of financial aid options, the billing and payment process, and student employment opportunities from representatives of Financial Aid, Student Accounts, and Student Employment.
Living on Campus: Residence Life and Butler Dining
This session will provide you with information about living and dining on Butler's campus. Learn more about the housing options and meal plan; what is provided in residence hall rooms; when you learn your roommate and housing assignment; and what the residential communities offer to enhance your Butler experience.
Academic Opportunities Beyond the Classroom
Do you want to get the most out of your Butler education? Do you want to do more? Are you already thinking about what you'll do after Butler? Representatives from Study Abroad, Internship and Career Services, and the Center for High Achievement and Scholarly Engagement (CHASE) office will present about the numerous opportunities for intellectual engagement available to you as a Butler student. Come learn about study abroad, research programs, the Washington, D.C., internship program, and which offices can help you explore graduate school, gap year, and internship and career options.
Beginning Your Butler Journey
Come to this session to learn details about your first days at Butler, Welcome Week. An exciting and interactive time, Welcome Week allows students to meet new friends, connect with faculty and staff, learn about campus resources, and get acclimated to campus. Also during this session, representatives from the PuLSE Office will discuss the benefits of student involvement as well as the myriad of ways for students to connect with opportunities both on and off campus.