Registration - Available Online in June 2014
Note: Please contact the orientation staff prior to arrival if you require any special accomodations.
Registration for Orientation 2014 is required for all new students and families. The information you provide helps us prepare important resources and information that will await you upon your arrival to campus in August.
Meals will be provided for all students and registered family members during Orientation Weekend. These meals include lunch on Friday, August 22 through brunch on Sunday, August 24. A $75 dollar fee will be charged to each student's account to cover meals and costs incurred by Orientation. Please register all family members who will be attending Orientation. Each registered family member will receive a wristband to be used for entrance to the dining hall.
You may charge any fees to your student account or pay with a credit card during the online registration process. When you register, you may also sign up and pay for any of the following:
Orientation 2014 is proud to offer one-day programs designed for the siblings of your new Hope student (ages 5-17). There are two tracks offered, one for elementary and another for middle/high school students. These programs take place on Saturday, August 23 from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and again from 6:45 to 9:30 p.m. Activities include:
Elementary (Age 5-11)
- Arts and crafts
- Pillowcase art
- Letters and welcome signs for siblings
- Outdoor games
- Campus scavenger hunt
- Biology zoo
- Movie night
Middle/High School (Age 12-17)
- Campus tour
- Lawn games
- Recreational sports activities
- Downtown ice cream social
- Coffeehouse/movie night
There is a cost of $25/child associated with this program. This fee covers the cost of a Hope t-shirt and all activities for the day. Lunch is also provided. Space is limited to the first 120 registrants so register soon if you are interested in this program!
SAC Pass for Campus Movies
The Social Activities Committee (SAC) is a group of students who plan, organize, and oversee social activities for the student body. One source of entertainment sponsored by SAC is the weekly campus film series. Each weekend, SAC offers several showings of a recent movie, one that is no longer in theaters but has yet to be released on DVD. Admission for each movie is $2.
SAC offers a Half Pass for 6 movies at $10 or the Full Pass for 12 movies at $20. Both packs can be used all year.
The Milestone is the Hope College Yearbook. Order your copy for the 2014-15 academic year today! Yearbooks will be available by Fall 2015.
A yearly subscription to The Anchor, Hope’s student-run newspaper, can help parents stay connected to campus. The Anchor has been the college newspaper since 1887, changing and evolving into the weekly 12-page publication it is today. Students are responsible for every aspect of production, doing everything from sports reporting to campus beat editorials, as well as overseeing design and advertising.
As a parent, you have an opportunity to purchase a subscription and have The Anchor delivered to your house for $44/year. What better way to stay up-to-date on campus happenings and the lives of Hope students? A subscription to The Anchor will give you access to features about students and professors, current theatre productions, recent Hope sports victories, editorial pieces and much more.