The academic year will begin with the Ethel & Leonard Tigay Orientation Week on Sunday, October 3, 2021.
One of the most innovative and important services that Reichman University provides to its students is a week-long orientation for first-year students. The Ethel & Leonard Tigay Orientation Week is designed to make your entry into the academic environment as smooth as possible. The orientation program provides new students with the opportunity to meet one another, get acquainted with the academic and administrative staff, check out the campus facilities, and engage in lectures and discussions. The orientation program includes various social activities, information sessions regarding administration, the use of the campus facilities, and a full day excursion that is pure fun. Participation in the Ethel & Leonard Tigay Orientation Week is mandatory for all first-year students.
The Ethel & Leonard Tigay Orientation Week is vital preparation for succeeding at Reichman University and participation in it is mandatory.
RRIS has a team of peer counselors who are students. Every counselor is assigned a number of freshmen students and will accompany you from the first day of the Ethel & Leonard Tigay Orientation Week throughout your first year at Reichman University.
Your peer counselor will contact you shortly before your arrival to campus (either for the preparatory courses or the Ethel & Leonard Tigay Orientation Week).
For more information regarding the Ethel & Leonard Tigay Orientation Week,
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*Due to COVID-19, the Ethel & Leonard Tigay Orientation Week will be according to the regulations of the Ministry of Health at that time. Students will be informed as early as possible on any updates.