Cornish Connection Fall 2013
It is our pleasure to be one of the first to welcome you into the Cornish College of the Arts community! Cornish is a vibrant place to aspire toward your dreams, learn more about yourself and your art, create your own perspective of the world around you and bring thoughtful innovation to all you do as a student at Cornish and as a member of this community.
Cornish Connection is the first integral step of many that will help provide you with the information and resources you need in order to be successful here at Cornish as a student, artist and individual. We hope to provide you with ample opportunities to experience and explore Cornish campus life and the surrounding Seattle area. Cornish Connection will also be your first opportunity to join other incoming students in orientation groups led by our Orientation Leaders (OLs). The OLs will help you to build relationships with your peers and make lasting connections with the students who will be with you throughout your collegiate and artistic journey.
Below is a very brief overview of dates you will need to plan ahead.
|08.28.13||Move-in day for new resident students|
|08.29.13 – 08.30.13||Cornish Connection Orientation|
Frequently Asked Questions
For New Students, Parents & Families
What is Cornish Connection?
Cornish Connection is a five-day new student orientation program for all incoming Cornish students. During Cornish Connection, we hope to provide you with information on all of the resources available to you at Cornish and in the Seattle area while helping you to transition into the Cornish community and prepare you for your first semester at Cornish!
Is it mandatory that I go to Cornish Connection?
Yes, all incoming Cornish students (first year students, transfer students, international students) are required to attend Cornish Connection.
How do I sign-up for Cornish Connection?
If you are an enrolled student entering Cornish College of the Arts in Spring 2013, you are automatically registered to attend Cornish Connection.
What should I bring to Cornish Connection?
Students should wear comfortable clothes, good walking shoes, a rain coat and warm clothes as necessary. You can bring a pen to take notes with throughout the sessions. Students will be provided with an orientation schedule and their Orientation resource folder at Orientation Check-in. This will include information on academic departments, places to go in Seattle, and other useful information you will need as a student at Cornish and person living in Seattle.