Whether you are a Freshman, transfer student or Grad student, OSUXA is committed to helping you make the best transition possible. We know you have so many minefields like financial aid, class schedules, housing, and moving to navigate; we are here to help you along the way. We have programs and events that are specifically designed with new students in mind.
Here are some upcoming opportunities:
Anxious to get acclimated to your new campus? OSUXA’s experienced volunteers will be giving free campus tours. Email Destry Dobbs (email@example.com) for to schedule your VIP campus tour.
Let us be there to help you move in. During Move-In (August 16th), the OSUXA family is available to unload your vehicle and help you get your gear in your new residence. Email Destry Dobbs (firstname.lastname@example.org), to sign up for our freshman move-in services. The evening of August 16th we are hosting a massive Coed Dodgeball Tournament from 8-10pm in the Colvin Annex – you’re invited!
Spend your first Sunday (August 20th) worshipping with us at our annual Church on Campus event. This is a one-time worship experience designed with Freshmen in mind. You can expect dynamic worship, college-focused message and a free lunch! It will take place at 10:30am in the Student Union Little Theater.
Get introduced to the OSUXA family on August 17th during the XA House Party, as we celebrate the beginning of a new semester. With free food, live music and loads of fun this is one kick-off party you don’t want to miss. The Chi Alpha house is located at 231 S. Duck St (across from the YMCA). Click here for directions.
Don’t forget to check out our first Thursday Night Live on August 24th in the Starlight Terrace (Student Union 465).
We are a Family of believers who want to extend Christ’s love on our campus in a practical way. No matter where you are spiritually, we want you to be a part of our family. So join one of our Connect Groups, or check out Chi Alpha’s main weekly event Thursday Night Live and get connected with some good friends early in your collegiate experience.