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Orientation

Orientation Programming
orientation@uidaho.edu
phone: (208) 885-6757
fax: (208) 885-9494
Teaching and Learning Center
Room 232
875 Perimeter Dr.
MS 2431
Moscow, ID 83844-2431

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Think About it FAQ

  • By when do I need to complete the program?
    The sooner students have this information, the better equipped they will be for campus life.  While the firm completion deadlines are below, we are encouraging students with incentives to complete early.

    Students entering Fall 2014
    Completion deadline: November 2

    Students entering Spring 2014
    Completion deadline: April 3
  • What do I do if I have a "New Student Online Education" enrollment hold?
    First, complete the required Think About It program.

    Second, contact the Office of the Dean of Students at 208-885-6757, orientation@uidaho.edu, or stop by TLC 232.  

    Holds can be removed only during business hours. Our business hours are Monday through Friday at 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., excluding UI holidays and campus closures. 

    Staff in the Office of the Dean of Students will manually lift holds based on completion reports run only during business hours.  For example, if you finish the program at 10 p.m. on Friday, November 7.  The staff in the Office of the Dean of Students will remove your hold the next business day, which is Monday, November 10. Please plan accordingly so that you can register for classes on time.
  • What are the incentives for completing the program early?
    Fall 2014
    • Complete before August 25, receive a limited-edition Vandal t-shirt.  
    • Complete before October 5, receive a Vandal gold brain stress ball.  
    Spring 2014
    • Complete before January 15, receive a limited-edition Vandal t-shirt.  
    • Complete before February 26, receive a Vandal gold brain stress ball.  

  • How do I receive the incentives?
    The Office of the Dean of Students will contact the eligible students via email when the t-shirts and stress balls are ready for pickup.   
  • Who created Think About It?
    Think About It was created by CampusClarity in partnership with University of San Francisco to meet educational needs on their campus. They are now customizing the program for other campuses, University of Idaho now among them.