Welcome Week is home to many events that are meant to connect new students and welcome back returning students. A full schedule will be listed mid-summer, however below are highlights of some of the signature of events of Welcome Week 2015.
Sunday, September 20
University Housing Move-In Day
Dixon Rec Night
Monday, September 21
Pick up your football tickets
Learn about #beBeaverBold
Tuesday, September 22
Battle of the DJs
Wednesday, September 23
New Student Walk & Convocation
Welcome Picnic/Pep Rally and Class Picture
Thursday, September 24
First Day of Classes for Fall Term
Beaver Community Fair
Friday, September 25
OSU football v. Stanford
Saturday, September 26
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