As a UMHB student, Cru Camp will be one of the most significant memories from your time at Mary Hardin-Baylor. In order to achieve this, we have made an effort to create a schedule for Cru Camp that not only provides you the opportunities to have your questions answered, but also provides a fun and engaging experience for your first day as a Crusader.
Cru Camp check-in begins at 8:00 am in Bawcom Student Union. The program begins promptly at 8:30 am in McLane Great Hall (3rd floor Bawcom Student Union).
|8:30am||Welcome/We Are Crusaders|
|9:15am||College Information Session|
|10:30am||Honors Program Pre-Advising Session|
Students will receive their advising time and location at check-in
|10:30am-4:00pm||Help Desk - located on the 1st floor of Bawcom Student Union|
|11:30am-1:15pm||Lunch, Resources Fair, and Finance Session|
|2:00pm||Athlete Information Meeting
For recruited athletes and their families
Please expect to stay the full day for Cru Camp. If you have something come up on your Cru Camp date, please contact the Center for Academic Excellence, and we will work to help you reschedule to a different date.
Our Interest Sessions are a campus-wide investment in our incoming freshmen. Faculty and staff members have worked to create a variety of topics to help our new students prepare for and thrive in their first year in college. Read more about each session below, or download our Interest Sessions Guide for further information.
Are you the first person in your family to go to college? If so, we have a great interest session designed just for you. We know that a first generation student's freshman year can be a unique experience when compared to other students' first year. Because of this, we want to provide you with valuable information that will be a huge help for your transition to college.
UMHB is excited to offer a new experience to our students through our Guide app. This tool creates a customized path that leads students towards success and graduation. This session will cover the Guide content and benefits for students as well as how Guide fits into a larger student success collaborative on campus.
When they come to college, first time freshmen start to realize just how different it is from high school. One of the most glaring differences between college and high school is what it takes to be successful at the collegiate level. In this interest session we talk about good study habits and what college professors expect of their students.
This interest session is designed to introduce students to the many opportunities our students have to get involved outside the classroom on UMHB's campus. Freshmen can feel overwhelmed when they seek to meet others who share their interests. We hope that this session, led by Student Life staff members from UMHB, will help new freshmen learn about the many opportunities they will have to find their place in the campus community.
At UMHB, our Christian faith forms the foundation for our mission as a university. Because we desire to help all of our students grow in their knowledge of Jesus Christ, we have a large number of opportunities for students to serve on or around campus. In this session our Baptist Student Ministry team will share with you the many opportunities a student has to be involved in the spiritual life of UMHB.
In this interest session you have the opportunity to hear from multiple university staff members who provide important resources for students' everyday life on campus. Topics such as what to do when students get sick and campus safety and parking procedures will be covered in this session.
The Center for Academic Excellence
Location: Mabee Student Success Center, Second Floor
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Page last updated February 27, 2018