What is the ACCESS Orientation Program?
During the ACCESS Orientation Program, students and their parents will receive financial aid assistance including FAFSA information, residence life information, placement testing results, academic advisement, and career counseling. Additionally, students will participate in activities, workshops, and seminars to include topics such as college transition, school spirit, study skills, and test-taking strategies. It is expected that new students will leave the ACCESS Orientation Program week with all of the necessary tools and resources required for their Fall enrollment at the University, as well as for their first year of academic success. Students and parents will meet and have access to university deans and administrators who will provide them with critical information and resources for their successful matriculation. Morgan offers four one-week ACCESS Orientation Program weeks for a maximum of 250 students per session in order to accommodate at least 1,000 first-time freshmen during the month of July. The ACCESS Orientation Program pledges to increase access to college for a diverse student population, prepare students for their college matriculation, and provide a head start for students on the path to academic success. It is expected that the campus-wide ACCESS Orientation Program for freshmen which incorporates best practices in higher education will yield outstanding results for the entire undergraduate student population.
- Welcome Letter
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Online Registration Instructions
- Residence Life Letter
How to Register for ACCESS
Have you read the Welcome Letter, Online Registration Instructions, and Frequently Asked Questions? Do you have your official Morgan State University username and password that was sent to you in your acceptance letter from the Office of Admission & Recruitment? Are you prepared to pay the $250 registration fee online with a valid credit or debit card right now? If you are a student applying for the PACE Program, have you received a decision or confirmation from the School of Engineering? Do NOT click on the registration link below if the answer to any of these questions is "no".
For more information about the 2019 ACCESS Orientation Program, please contact the Office of Student Success and Retention at 443-885-3651 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!