Meet the Staff
Director of Orientation, Leadership and Service
2014 Orientation Coordinators
Senior, Exercise Science
Favorite campus tradition: Welcome Back Orange and Black!
What NSO meant to me: NSO helped me to fill in the blanks I still had on my mental map of campus before the year started.
Why I am excited for NSO 2014: I am excited to see all the new students who will be joining our ISU family. We have an enthusiastic team to put together NSO this year and I know that it's going to be a great event! There will be ample opportunities for new students to have questions answered, get to know the campus, and get to know other students.
Favorite campus tradition: Late Night Breakfast before exams!
What NSO meant to me: New Student Orientation was my chance, coming to a place where I knew literally no one but my parents, to make relationships that have lasted me to this day. NSO and the relationships I made there have been the key to my success at Idaho State.
Why I am excited for NSO 2014: I'm so excited that I get to be a part of a winning team! I believe that Orientation sets the tone for the new students and their level of buy-in here at Idaho State.
Sophomore, Ecology and Conservation Biology
Favorite campus tradition: Walk Through the Arch!
What NSO meant to me: NSO showed me how much ISU has to offer and made me feel like I really did choose the right school!
Why I am excited for NSO 2014: I am beyond excited for NSO this year! I can't wait to show everybody how awesome ISU is and what a great choice they made by coming here.
Senior, Sociology and Criminal Justice
Favorite campus tradition: Bingo!
What NSO meant to me: New Friends, new Opportunities, and new challenges all working towards a new goal and degree.
Why am I excited for NSO 2014: I am very ecstatic about getting to work with the community, be a contributor to ISU's campus, and welcome the newest incoming class of Bengals!
Favorite campus tradition: March Through the Arch!
What NSO meant to me: NSO helped me to become comfortable with campus, meet lots of friends, and it got me excited to be a Bengal.
Why I am excited for NSO 2014: I am excited to meet all of the new students and be a part of their first week at ISU!
Junior, Psychology and Leadership
Favorite campus tradition: March through the Arch!
What NSO meant to me: NSO helped me to start my college education on the right foot, and to be happy and excited doing it!
Why I am excited for NSO 2014: This year as an Orientation Coordinator, I am excited to be welcoming students to our University and to do all I can to make sure their experience here will be the best of their lives!
San Jose, CA
Senior, Exercise Science and Spanish for Health Professions
Favorite campus tradition: The Mud Run!
What NSO meant to me: NSO was my life raft as a freshmen. I was sacred to start school at a new place, in a new state with no one I knew and NSO gave me opportunities to get comfortable and meet people.
Why I am excited for NSO 2014: I am SO EXITED about NSO this year because its going to be bigger than ever before and the best kickoff to the school year ever! I am ready to be on the team because I want to initiate games and activities that will build strong friendships fast and introduce the new freshmen to campus in one big jump-start event!