Summer 2020 Orientation & Registration
Information for students accepted for the Summer 2020 semester.
Step 1: Placement Assessments
Given the potential for public health consequences due to the spread of infectious disease at large group events based on the World Health Organization's recommendations, we have decided to postpone our upcoming Placement Dates for the Summer 2020 semester. Please contact Aubriex Cason by email at email@example.com if you need to complete placements for the Summer 2020 semester. It is important to note that no COVID-19 cases have been reported at Lawrence Tech.
This is the first step in the orientation and registration process. In order to determine which classes you should enroll in, students are required to take placement assessments in a variety of areas. You must take your placement assessments before attending Orientation and Registration or registering for classes as your scores are required for the registration process.
Below are some useful tips to prepare you for these assessments:
Step 2: Summer 2020 Orientation and Registration (O&R)
O&R is designed to give you the opportunity to meet with Lawrence Tech advisers, staff, and students, register for your first semester classes, pick up your laptop, and get comfortable with your new learning environment. Lawrence Tech offers a variety of dates and times that will fit any schedule. O&R time slots vary by day between 9am-3pm and are based on availability. Click the RSVP link below to see detailed offerings.
Tuesday, April 21st
Tuesday, April 29th
Thursday, May 7th
Thursday, May 14th
Buell Building, Atrium
21000 West Ten Mile Rd.
Southfield, MI 48075
If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Admissions at 248.204.3160. If you are an international student, please find specific international orientation information here.
Step 3: Laptop Distribution
One of the great benefits of being a Lawrence Tech undergraduate student is that you are supplied a powerful laptop or tablet computer customized with all the software you'll need for your particular program of study. All undergraduate students who attend O&R will be given the opportunity to pick up their laptop during the O&R program. We recommend paying the laptop deposit prior to O&R for a faster and smoother distribution of your laptop. Below are the steps that need to be taken to pick up your laptop (these steps will vary slightly depending on if you are under 18 years old on the day you pick up your laptop). Everyone will need to:
- Pay the $500 laptop deposit using one of the following methods:
a) Before O&R--Call Michele Brantley in Student Accounting at 248.204.2175 to pay by credit card. We accept Visa, Master Card, Discover, and American Express.
b) During O&R--Pay in person by cash, credit, or check (payable to Lawrence Technological University)
- After you register for classes, sign the laptop contract. If you are under 18 on the day you pick up your laptop, you should review and sign the contract prior to attending O & R and know that both you and your parent will be required to sign the contract in order to receive your laptop. If you are over 18 on the day you pick up your laptop, you will be required to sign an online laptop contract at O & R.
Students who do not pick up their laptop during O&R will be able to pick it up at the designated laptop distribution dates for the Summer 2019 semester. In order to use financial aid to pay the laptop deposit, you will be required to wait until laptop distribution dates before classes begin. Prior to picking up your laptop you will need to visit the financial aid office for approval.
Step 4: University Housing
Are you interested in building long-lasting relationships, living in an exciting community environment, and having a sense of independence? Have you considered living on campus? If so, we have three residential units waiting for you! Check out our University Housing and submit your application at your student status page. Please note, you must first submit your $100 enrollment deposit in order to access the housing application.